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ej.mtof Javaclass (mxj) MIDI to Frequency (with tuning adjustment, works for lists)
microtuner External Versatile MIDI-to-frequency converter for microtonal synths, can read mtx tuning files (version 1.1).
Evolution of the mtx_loader object, microtuner is a Max object that can be used as a variable mtof (MIDI-to-frequency converter), capable of reading mtx tuning text files (native format of Max Magic Microtuner). It is endowed with three modulation range outlet couples that can be used to control scale-relative pitch bend and modulation with microtonal precision (so that the upper and lower limits for the pitch bend wheel, for instance, will be actual tones of the microtonal scale).
mtof External Convert MIDI note values to frequency in Hertz
mtof External Convert a MIDI note number to frequency.
mtof~ External signal rate midi to frequency conversion
mtof~ External Convert MIDI note numbers to frequency at signal rate.
mtx_loader External mtx tuning files loader (v. 1.4)
Variable mtof MIDI-to-frequency converter, can read mtx tuning text files (native format of Max Magic Microtuner). Immediate access to a free library of 3,400+ tuning files.
St.mtofms Abstraction Like mtof but you can tune it to a different A with the first parameter (default 440 Hz)
It will output looplength out of the middle outlet in ms and out of the right outlet in samples according to the second parameter (default Max's samplerate which is set in the DSP status window)
Xmtofact Patch Scales linear values to non-linear speed factors.
Scales linear values to non-linear speed factors. The first argument sets the reference note, the optional second the scaling factor.
Xmtoflact Patch Scales linear values to non-linear speed factors.
Scales linear values to non-linear speed factors. Does it the same as Xmtofact but uses a lookup table, hence its limitation on the input which has to be an integer in the range [0, 127]. The first argument sets the reference note, the optional second the scaling factor.
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