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hoa.record~ External An audio file recorder for ambisonic soundfield.
hoa.record~ creates an sfrecord~ object with the best arguments to record of an ambisonic soundfield. The limit defined in Max is 15 inputs then the maximum order can be 7.
pg.energy~ External Estimation of the minimum, the average, the maximum and the sum of the amplitude.
alea-walker External Random walk. The walker takes off from the start value and moves back and forth between the upper and lower boundries.
Random walk. The walker takes off from the start value and moves back and forth between the upper and lower boundries. The step is controlled by maximum step. The weight may be used to control the general direction of the walker: values closer to 1 move her up, values closer to 0 mover her down.When an output value goes over the boundary it is automatically recalculated as it would be elastically reflected by this boundary.
brown-rhythm Abstraction Generates a brownian-movement-like rhythm
Generates a brownian-movement-like rhythm of a geometrical row of entry delays (ED) between a minimum and a maximum entry delay and a certain number of ED-values. The brownian factor determines the distance between two succeding rhythmical values. A factor of 0 produces a periodic rhythm, wheras a factor of 1 will output random values of the given range.
budda Abstraction budda is buddy but works also with bangs. maximum number of in/outs is 16
buffir~ External buffir~ is a buffer~ based fir(finite impulse response) filter.
buffir~ is a buffer~ based fir(finite impulse response) filter. an input signal is convolved with n samples of a buffer. Currently the maximum number of points is 128.
clip~ External Constrain a signal between two values
Constrain a signal between two values. clip~ takes two arguments specifying the minimum and maximum between which the output signal will be constrained. You can also change these via the middle and right inlets, which can be floats or signals.
cv.jit.dilate External This will make shapes fatter and although it will make noise all the more noticeable
In binary mode, a pixel will be marked ON if any of its neighbours is ON. This will make shapes fatter and although it will make noise all the more noticeable, it is a good way to get rid of small holes in an image. In greyscale mode, however, each pixel is given the maximum value of the pixels around it. You can toggle between both mode using the "greyscale", or "grayscale" attribute followed by a 0, or a 1. You can also change the shape of the neighbourhood with the "mode" attribute. Mode 0 uses 8 neighbours, and mode 1 uses 4 neighbours forming a cross.
deltaclip~ External deltaclip~ limits the change between samples in an incoming signal.
deltaclip~ limits the change between samples in an incoming signal. Similar to clip~, but with respect to slope rather than amplitude. Useful for envelope following and lowpass filtering. Typically you will want your minimum slope to be negative and your maximum slope to be positive.
dentist~ External dentist~ punches out all but a select set of partials.
dentist~ punches out all but a select set of partials. The argument is the maximum frequency from which to select partials. Bang to reset partial selection. Send an int to specify how many partials to resynthesize
Dfxmaximum.maxpat External Abstraction
DfxmaximumComponent.maxpat External Abstraction
dot.autoscale Abstraction Rescales numbers according to auto-detected maximum and minimum values.
dot.boundary Abstraction Mutes, clamps, wraps, or folds a stream of numbers at a predefined minimum and/or maximum value.
Mutes, clamps, wraps, or folds a stream of numbers at a predefined minimum and/or maximum value.
dot.clip Abstraction Clips a stream of numbers to a minimum, maximum, or both.
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Libraries
SFA Max/MSP Library
Stefano Fasciani The SFA-MaxLib is a collection of Max/MSP objects developed in the context of the VCI4DMI. It includes functions and utilities in the form of FTM externals, FTM abstractions and Max abstractions. FTM is a shared library for Max/MSP developed by IRCAM, which provides a small and simple real-time object system and a set of optimized services to be used within Max/MSP externals.

List of FTM Externals: sfa.eig - eigenvalues; sfa.inputcombinations - combination generator; sfa.levinson - levinson-durbin recursion; sfa.lpc2cep - lpc to cepstra conversion; sfa.rastafilt - rasta filter; sfa.rmd - relative mean difference; sfa.roots - polynomial roots;

List of Abstractions: sfa.bark.maxpat - energy of the Bark bands from time domain frame;sfa.bark2hz_vect.maxpat - Herts to Bark conversion;sfa.barkspect.maxpat - energy of the Bark bands from spectrum; sfa.ceil.maxpat - ceil function; sfa.featfluxgate.maxpat - gated distance on stream of feature vectors; sfa.fft2barkmx.maxpat - utility sub-abstraction of sfa.bark; sfa.fft2barkmxN.maxpat - utility sub-abstraction of sfa.barkspect; sfa.hynek_eq_coeff.maxpat - hynek equalization coefficients; sfa.hz2bark.maxpat - Hertz to Bark conversion; sfa.hz2bark_vect.maxpat - Hertz to Bark conversion for vectors; sfa.hz2mel.maxpat - Hertz to Mel conversion; sfa.idft_real_coeff.maxpat - utility sub-abstraction of sfa.rasta-plp; sfa.maxminmem.maxpat - minimum and maximum of a stream of data; sfa.mfcc.maxpat - MFCC coefficients; sfa.modalphafilter.maxpat - 1st order IIR lowpass on a stream of vectors; sfa.nonlinfeqscale.maxpat - linear spectrum to Bark or Mel scale conversion; sfa.rasta-plp.maxpat - PLP and RASTA-PLP coefficients; sfa.spectmoments.maxpat - 4 spectral moments (centroid, deviation, skewness, kurtosis); sfa.3spectmoments+flatness.maxpat - 3 spectral moments (centroid, deviation, skewness) and the spectral flatness; sfa.spectralflux.maxpat - spectral flux on stream of spectrum vectors; sfa.spectralfluxgate.maxpat - gated spectral flux on stream of spectrum vectors; sfa.std.maxpat - standard deviation; sfa.win_to_fft_size.maxpat - smaller FFT size given frame size; sfa.GCemulator.maxpat 3D gestural controller emulator;

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