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absmin~ External compares 2 signals, returns the signal closer to zero
Ambi2Bin~ Abstraction Converts from ambisonics to Binaural.
You will need an ambisonics decoder to decode to 7 speakers (6 speakers horizontal symetrical ring and one speaker on top).

The patch convolves the speaker inputs with the apropriate impulse responses from the MIT HRTF IR collection.
asin~ External Arc-sine function (asin(x)) for signals
begin~ External Define the top of a portion of a signal processing network that can be turned on and off with selector~
ctr.grain~ External Read grains from a buffer~ within a range
Read fragments of recorded material with granular techniques, allowing users to change grain density and dimension and to modulate pitch transposition in a simple and effective
delay2~ Abstraction delay
This abstraction is a shortcut for using the standard MSP delay tap objects in a single delay situation. It is for those too lazy to connect a tapin~ and a tapout~ manually. The original version of this abstraction was called delay1~ and used the named-delay-line objects delread~ and delwrite~ from MAX/FTS on the ISPW. The MSP version takes advantage of the tapout~ object which may be either a constant or variable delay, depending on whether a signal or float is connected to its inlet. (See the MSP Users manual on tapout~ for details.)
delay~ External Delay calculated in samples, without feedback
delay~ is a simple delay line useful for delaying a signal a small number of samples. Using tapin~ and tapout~ it is difficult to delay a signal less than the current signal vector size. With delay~ you can specify the delay in samples via an int in the right inlet or with an optional second argument.
disarrain~ External an interpolating version of disarray~
fftin~ External communicate between a pfft~ and the outside world...
flextdelay~ External Delay signals with a signal as delaytime (in samples) that could be smaller then the vectorsize.
With the flextdelay it's like the standard msp delay~ possible to make the delay smaller than the vectorsize, which is not possible with tapin~ and tapout~. But like tapout~ it's also controllable with an audio signal (as number of samples).
It's fast, and uses interpolation and an allpass filter.
gain~ External Logarithmic fader for signals
Logarithmic fader for signals. gain~ is a slider that scales signals. It can also make a smooth transition as you move from one value of the slider to the next. Parameters of line's formula that translates between slider values and the signal scalar can be changed via messages or by selecting the object and choosing Get Info… from the Max menu. The formula values are the same as for the linedrive object.
gate~ External Switch input to different output signals
Switch input to different output signals. The gate~ object is a version of the Max gate object for signals. It takes an argument for number of outputs (one is the default) and lets you route an incoming signal by sending an int to its left inlet. If there is more than one input, gate~ shuts off all outputs except the one you select, where 1 selects the left outlet, 2 selects the next one to the right, etc. gate~ can also control the activation or deactivation of part of a signal processing network. For an example, see the begin~ help file. Note: "shutting off" a signal means disconnecting it from a gate~ output and outputting a zero signal instead. This is different from the behavior of the Max gate object.
grain.pulse~ External granular synthesis - Outputs a single grain when it detects a pulse from a 'train~' object.
Outputs a single grain when it detects a pulse from a 'train~' object. Allows a higher density of grains to sound than with 'grain.bang~' because it does not rely of the scheduler.
harmv2~ Abstraction harmonizer
This abstraction provides a basic harmonizer element, which performs real-time transposition of an input audio signal, by constantly alternating, cross-faded, transposed "grains" of the incoming sound. harmv2~ must be used with a tapin~ object and DC filter as shown in the help file (see the MSP manual for details on tapin~, and see adc1~ in this manual for information of the DC filter). The tapin~ is not integrated into the harmv2~ abstraction because multiple harmonizers may share (read from) the same delay memory.
hoa.grain~ Abstraction An ambisonic granular synthesizer.
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