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MetroQ Patch Queues items and outputs them at a fixed rate
MetroSeq Javaclass (mxj) allows you you to specify a time division per metro tick.
Rythm generator
metro~ Abstraction Like metro but is based on audiorate.
PulseMetro External This is a metronome that counts measure numbers, beats numbers within measures, and subdivisions of the beat ("ticks").
qmetro External Queue based metronome
The qlim object is similar to a combination of metro and jit.qball. In Jitter, most execution take places in the low priority queue to prevent drawing to the screen at interrupt. Most objects also support automatic "drop-framing" in order to keep up with realtime if the requested operation cannot be calculated in realtime. Certain things like OpenGL drawing commands are not suitable for this kind of "dropframing" and instead, the metronome driving such events must be "dropframed" using jit.qball in order to ensure that they will not backlog the queue. The qmetro is a single object replacement for this functionality.
qmetro External A queue-based metronome.
like metro -> jit.qball.
ramps Patch 'ramps' is an abstraction to make loop of ascending and descending ramps setting time and interpolation values. If the interpolation segment is not a multiple of the range size it is rounded to nearest value.
'ramps' is an abstraction to make loop of ascending and descending ramps setting time and interpolation values. If the interpolation segment is not a multiple of the range size it is rounded to nearest value. Arguments 1) loop (first inlet): the number 1 generates a loop of ascending and descending ramps; 2) on-off (second inlet): start and stop the ramps; 3) metro: (third inlett) metronome time in milliseconds; 4) interpol: (fourth inlet) interpolation value; 5) maxvalue (fifth inlet): high threshold of the ramp; 6) offset (sixth inlet): optional initial value for the ramp. Note that if the offset value is egual or greater then the 'maxvalue' argument you can generate only descending ramps. Outlet 1) Left outlet outputs the ramps int; 2) Right outlet outputs a bang with every zero transition .
rh.palipan Abstraction This abstraction allows you to display two integer values between 11 and 99 as a palindrome. rh.palipan is useful for randomizing panning or any other parameters where two 'related' but separate integers are required.
Input
Left inlet bang triggers the random selection and and output.
The middle inlet turns on a metronome for timed random output.
The right inlet sets the metronome speed in milliseconds.

Arguments

The first argument (int) sets the metronome speed in milliseconds (optional).

Output

Left outlet is an integer value between 11 and 99.
Middle outlet is an integer value which is the difference between the left and right integer values.
Right outlet is an integer value between 11 and 99.
setclock External Control the clock speed of timing objects remotely
Create a named redefinition of the timing source used by various objects. The setclock object allows you to create one of several modes of timing that provide alternatives to the standard millisecond clock. Each setclock is associated with a name (its first argument), and this name may be passed as the argument to a "clock" message to numerous objects that use timing in Max, such as metro, line, and pipe.The subpatchers below demonstrate each of the four setclock modes. Double-click to see them.
St.Metro Abstraction Powerful metronome.
tempo External Metronome controllable in beats per minute
Output numbers at a metronomic tempo
tl.metro Abstraction Alternative metro. If audio is running, tl.metro is driven by phasor~. If audio is of, tl.metro resorts to standard metro
Useful for tight sync to audio as well as non-real-time rendering.
train~ External Pulse-train generator and metronome
Pulse-train generator and metronome. train~ generates a pulse signal whose period is specifiable in terms of milliseconds (see <~ for a method of making a pulse wave at a specified frequency). It also sends out a bang when going from 0 to 1, so it can be used as a metronome with a floating-point interval. The signal output can be used as a control input for sah~ as shown in the example below, or at very small intervals, it is audible.
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