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allpass~ External Allpass filter
apass1~ Abstraction basic all-pass filter
This basic all-pass filter is equivalent to the standard MSP allpass~ object, albeit with an additional inlet to control the smoothness of changes to the feedback gain coefficient.
bypass~ Abstraction Connects the first input to the first output.
Can be used to replace for example biquad~s or something like that without breaking connections if you would like to undo back later.
multiallpass~ External Stackable allpass filter
This external can chain between two and twenty four allpass filters and allows the output of the chain to be fed back into the input. It's basically a static phaser. Based on Ross Bencina's phaser code on musicdsp.org
pass~ External Elminate noise when listening to a muted subpatcher
Elminate noise when listening to a muted subpatcher. Use pass~ before the outputs of a subpatcher you intend to mute. When the subpatcher is disabled using mute~, the pass~ object outputs a zero signal. Otherwise it passes the input to the output. If pass~ isn't used, the output of a muted subpatcher could be any signal, even one making unwelcome noise, because the function of mute~ is not to zero the volume of the output but to eliminate the DSP processing (and therefore the CPU utilization) of the subpatcher. An alternative to using pass~ would be to put a volume control on the output that is set to zero when the subpatcher is muted.
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