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pg.adaptor~ External Adapter for packed signal (Max5 only).
pg.pack~ External pack object for signal (Max5 only).
pg.unpack~ External Unpack object for signal (Max5 only).
aka.datagram External Converts a symbol to a udp packet; and converts a udp packet to a symbol. It also converts integer numbers to/from binary data in a udp packet
Converts a symbol to a udp packet; and converts a udp packet to a symbol. It also converts integer numbers to/from binary data in a udp packet. aka.datagram is designed to use with Mr. Matt Wright's otudp/udp object.
bat.bezierSpline Abstraction Abstractions for generating Bézier-spline control curves.
This package contains three abstractions for creating Bézier spline curves in Max: [bat.bernsteinPolynomials], [bat.bezierSpline], and [bat.bezierSplineBSM]. The latter is designed to create control signals using Bézier splines that are constrained to (all but) ensure a slope of 0 at the ends. Ultimately, it provides an artistically useful way to shape control signals in expressively-significant ways.
chuck~ External [chuck~] encapsulates the ChucK music programming language in max/msp
Version 1.6 (Max5) of the [chuck~] Max/MSP object
is available for free download:

http://music.columbia.edu/~brad/chuck~/

for Macintosh OS X (10.5/6).

The new [chuck~] object is up-to-date with the latest (v 1.2.1.3)
release of the ChucK language, including the LiSa live-sampling
unit generators and the unit-analysis generators in the
1.2.1.3 package.

[chuck~] imbeds the ChucK music-programming language in Max/MSP,
bringing a sophisticated set of synthesis and signal-processing tools
into the Max/MSP environment. [chuck~] also features an advanced
timing and scheduling system in addition to a functional-style
programming interface for algorithmic operations. Full source for
the object and the language are also on-line.

No Windows version is available at present -- sorry!

This is a fun object -- enjoy it! For more information about ChucK,
visit the ChucK web page:

http://chuck.cs.princeton.edu/

Brad Garton, Director
Columbia University Computer Music Center
http://music.columbia.edu/~brad
Density Standalone Application Density Granular Synthesis Environment
Density is a new real-time software designed especially for LIVE asynchronous granular synthesis and sound file granulation, a genuine granular playground able to generate a wide range of usual and not so usual effects: time/pitch shifting, time/pitch jittering, intricate textures, grain fountain/pulverizer, recording and manipulation of buffers, complex scrub pad exploration, dynamic envelope shape drawing and many more. Besides the basic tools, even more advanced tools are available to control the grains! You have smooth transitions (interpolation) between global presets (snapshots), you can navigate with hyperVectorial pads or/and sequence your snaps using the "snap rhythm improviser" which provides an unique & powerful way to generate incredible sound phrases. Like any good live-oriented tool, all widgets are controllable via MIDI and OSC protocol, easy to map and manipulate with your MIDI controller. All is packed in an optimized visually sharp interface, easy to use and access when fast improvising live or lazy composing in a studio.
devosc External Read devosc data from /dev/osc and output as a binary "fullpacket" message
flushp Abstraction flush is not only flushing, its also unpacking. For those cases where you'd need to pack the values again, like for poly~s, flushp does this.
ice.demux External Demux is special unpack replacement objects that feature strict inlet to outlet alignment of all data.
For those curious, this object transmits and processes null values when items aren't present in order to keep lists tidy.
ice.mux External Mux is special pack replacement objects that feature strict inlet to outlet alignment of all data.
For those curious, this object transmits and processes null values when items aren't present in order to keep lists tidy.
imp.dmx.artnetin Abstraction "imp.dmx.artnetin receives DMX data broadcast using the Art-Net UDP networking protocol. It cannot receive data which is sent using the newer unicast mode. The first argument sets the Art-Net subnet (0-15) and the second the Art-Net universe (0-15).
When a packet is received, it is decoded, and sent out the left outlet as a list of ints. This can be directly connected to an imp.dmx.write object as a method by which to bring an external DMX source into jitter. Additional information about the received packet is sent out the right outlet.

NOTE: This abstraction uses an external java object. The .java and .class files for this object are included in the imp.dmx package. If this object cannot be found check the files are included in your search path.

NOTE FOR USING MULTIPLE COPIES OF THE OBJECT: The raw byte data received over UDP by imp.dmx.artnetin is sent via a Max send object using the name 'imp.dmx.artnetraw'. This is done to allow multiple copies of imp.dmx.artnetin to receive data. The first copy of the object to be created will bind to the port, and will then send data to all other copies, which will fail to bind."
imp.dmx.artnetout Abstraction "imp.dmx.artnetout broadcasts DMX data using the Art-Net UDP networking protocol. It cannot send data using the newer unicast mode. The first argument sets the Art-Net subnet (0-15) and the second the Art-Net universe (0-15).
To send data, a list of values should be send into the left inlet. A bang sends the most recent data again.

NOTE: This abstraction uses an external java object. The .java and .class files for this object are included in the imp.dmx package. If this object cannot be found check the files are included in your search path.
iter External Unpacks lists one element at a time through its outlet
Break a list up into a series of numbers
jit.pack External Make a multiplane matrix out of single plane matrices
The jit.pack object merges N single plane matrices to make a single N plane matrix.
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Libraries
GMU externals
GMEM GMU externals is a library of advanced granulation DSP engine for MaxMSP. It is the external-only distribution of the GMU package.
imp.dmx
David Butler imp.dmx is a cross-platform collection of Max/MSP/Jitter abstractions for dealing with DMX data in various forms. It focuses around the use of jitter matrices to store data, which the objects then read and write to. The aim is to provide the bridge between your patch and whatever object or method you use to output DMX from Max. The abstractions use native Max objects only, excepting the Art-Net patches which use some custom java networking objects, included in the distribution package.
If you have any questions or suggestions, please contact me at david@theimpersonalstereo.com.
Check for updates at http://www.theimpersonalstereo.com.
Litter Power Pro package
Peter Castine The Litter Power package consists of over 60 external objects, including a number of new MSP noise sources, externals that produce values from a wide variety of random number distributions, and externals for mutation and cross-synthesis.
Litter Power Starter package
Peter Castine The Litter Power Starter pack consists of about two dozen external objects, including a number of new MSP noise sources, a wide variety of random number distributions, time-domain mutation, and several very useful utilities.
MaxAlea
Carl Faia MaxAlea contains various objects for random distributions and functions. MaxAlea was begun as a Max port of an existing PatchWork Library created in 1991-2 by Mikhail Malt. While the distributions and functions found in MaxAlea are similar to those found in the Patchwork version ,there are many differences in their functioning. The environment of Patchwork is static and is not designed for real-time work. Part of the incentive for creating these objects to work with Max was to have a dynamic and real-time environment with which to experiment and work with these algorithms in a manner as simple and straightforward as possible. One can change variables and manipulate the output in many ways in real-time. There are several different versions of the various stochastic models/processes best presented in the now classic references by Denis Lorrain and Charles Dodge. Carl Faia has used a variety of sources for the creation of this library which include the Lorrain, Dodge and Malt implementations as well as sources found on the WorldWideWeb. The externals found in the package include several random distributions, examples of random walks and 1/f noise algorithms, as well as one or two utilities written specifically for the MaxAlea library. Carl Faia wanted to make a coherent collection (as he thought Malt had managed to do in PatchWork) of these various algorithms and provide an interface easily accessible using the Max environment for real-time control. All these algorithms have been created using a seeded version of the random function found in the standard AINSI library. That is, each time the function is first run there will always be a different set of random numbers (unlike the random funtions found in Max, PatchWork and other versions of random number generators).
net.loadbang.groovy
Nick Rothwell net.loadbang.groovy is a package which supports the Groovy scripting/programming language within MXJ for Max/MSP.

Groovy is an agile, dynamic language for the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) which builds upon Java by providing features such as closures and support for domain-specific programming (such as XML processing and database access). It integrates seamlessly with Java and is very similar in syntax.
net.loadbang.web
Nick Rothwell Jetty-based embedded web server for MaxMSP. The server is packaged into an MXJ object, and can serve files from any directory in MaxMSP\'s search path. The server implements two-way communication with Max: the object reports web requests into the Max world, and Max can create attribute bindings for JSPs.
Panaiotis Objects
Panaiotis The Mac version is UB.

These Max objects have been enhanced since the documentation to the left was written. Help files for the objects provide information on enhancements.

The matrix object has been substantially upgraded. It now combines features of unpack, spray, funnel, append, and prepend into one object. This makes a great object to place between controllers and jit objects because it acts like a multi-prepend. There are new configuration commands and enhancements to the old: even, odd, mod,and range, among others). Most commands can be applied to inlets of outlets. There is also a mute function that adds another layer of control. Matrixctrl support has been enhanced. See the help file for full details and examples.

Most other objects now fully support floats. RCer and autocount will count in float values, not just integers.

Notegen16 is a 16 channel version of its predecessor: notegen. It is more generalized and much more efficient.
pg.library
Pierre Guillot The pg.library is a collection of externals for Max 5 and Max 6. It includes a data, a msp and a fft library.
The Data library is a collection of externals for Max 5 and 6 that can be useful for the management, the transformation and the generation of data. The Dsp library is a collection of externals for Max 5 that allows you to pack/unpack signals and to adapt signals for the operations with packed signals. It includes a quasi-synchronous granlular synthesiser and chaotic signal generator. The FFT library is a collection of externals for Max 6 for spectral description and analysis of a signal.
SuperCollider Compatibility Lib
Timothy Place A package of objects to make porting SuperCollider patches to Max/MSP easier... (ca. 2001)
VASP
Thomas Grill VASP is a package for PD or Max/MSP consisting of a number of externals extending these systems with functions for non-realtime array-based audio data processing. VASP is capable of working in the background, therefore not influencing eventual dsp signal processing.

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