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hoa.plug~
 External 

A partcher that duplicates patcher for hoa processing. hoa.plug~ facilitates the modularization of patches for ambisonic processing. The number of inlets and outlets is dependant on the number of inlets and outlets objects within its subpatch window, the ambisonic order andf the 1st argument. The 2nd argument is the name of the patcher to load and the 3rd argument is the mode pre, no or post decoding. 
abs
 External 

Absolute value of input Absolute value of inputArguments: optional float to set float version;Inlet: int or float;Outlet: int or float 
add%
 Abstraction 

Adds a certain percentage to values in left inlet. 
alea
 Abstraction 

random based object A bang in the left inlet makes a random selection of a supply sent to right inlet before. Note that there is no repetition check of chosen elements. 
algo1
 External 

performs probability
and cumulative distribution operations to produce a deterministic matrix. The object is an implementation of a 0th order Markov chain with stochastic
and deterministic elements. The left inlet of the object takes input in the
form of lists of up to 256 values. The program then performs probability
and cumulative distribution operations to produce a deterministic matrix.
Then random floatingpoint numbers are entered into the right inlet. The
numbers are sent through a stochastic operation that matches the random
number with the previous index, finds a new index based on probability, and
outputs the new index. When given random numbers in a rhythmic sequence, it
outputs a MIDI stream that can be viewed as a generated score when Max/MSP
and a composing program are transmitting on the same internal MIDI bus. 
apass1~
 Abstraction 

basic allpass filter This basic allpass filter is equivalent to the standard MSP allpass~ object, albeit with an additional inlet to control the smoothness of changes to the feedback gain coefficient. 
atoi
 External 

character to integer conversion. atoi converts a symbol, list, int, or float into a list of up to 255 integers. This can be useful for formatting messages into a stream of sysex bytes or serial commands. Both inlets receive any message, convert to a character string, and output a list of int values. The first inlet immediately translates and transmits. It also responds to bang, outputting what is in the buffer. The second inlet is used to concatenate to what is in the buffer. 
bangbang
 External 

Output bangs from righttoleft Bangbang takes an optional argument giving the number of outlets (default two, max 40). It takes any message in its inlet and sends 'bang' out its outlets, right to left. Also can be abbreviated "b" 
bangone
 Abstraction 

Helps to avoid unwanted double triggers but only within a time specified by it right inlet or a parameter. 
between
 Abstraction 

random based object Bang (or any input) in left inlet outputs a random number between min and max excluding max. 
betweenlin
 Abstraction 

random based object Bang (or any input) in left inlet outputs a random number of a linear scale between min and max with a certain number of elements. 
betweenlinurn
 Abstraction 

random based object Bang (or any input) in left inlet outputs a random number of a linear scale between min and max with a certain number of elements. An already chosen element is blocked until all the others have been selected ("repetition check"). 
betweenlog
 Abstraction 

random based object Bang (or any input) in left inlet outputs a random number of a logarithmic scale between min and max with a certain number of elements. 
betweenlogurn
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random based object Bang (or any input) in left inlet outputs a random number of a logarithmic scale between min and max with a certain number of elements. An already chosen element is blocked until all the others have been selected ("repetition check"). 
binop1 +  * /
 External 

Arithmetic operators +  * / The arithmetic operations: addition (+), subtraction (), multiplication (*), and division (/), can be defined as either floating point or integer following the argument's type. The argument is optional for integer arithmetic. The right inlet acts to change the argument value but causes no output. The left inlet introduces the other operand and causes output to be produced. Bang (at left) causes output without changing either value. 
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