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am.string~ External Implementation of the Karplus-Strong algorithm for synthesizing string and drum sounds.
This is a flexible implementation of the Karplus-Strong algorithm. A Lagrange FIR filter is used for the variable delay so that smooth pitch bends and vibrato can be achieved without artefacts. See the webpage for details.
dot.wmp Abstraction Process the data from a Wii Motion plus and remove gyro bias.
Process the data from a Wii Motion plus and remove gyro bias.
flip Abstraction Returns the compliment of a number. A combination of Burkhardt's "flip" object and Tanaka's "flip" abstraction, plus much more...
hr.plus~ External
kastro~ External Implementation of Jaffe and Smith Karplus-Strong algorithm (for OS X).
KS8BP Module a module that creates audio using the Karplus-Strong pluck algorithm
KSBP Module a module that creates audio using the Karplus-Strong pluck algorithm
Modal Triad External The Modal_Triad object generates chords in root position or inversions. It takes traditional chord names, chord function numbers, Roman numerals, tonicizations, etc. It even takes altered chords like Ebdom7b9#11.

created by V.J. Manzo
The modal triad object allows a user to play tertian chords of any quality. It receives scale data from the modal_change object and, when a tonic and mode is selected, the object receives the numbers 1-8 in its leftmost inlet to output the notes of the chord function associated with that number. For example, in major keys, the numbers 1, 4 and 5 are always major chords, 2, 3, and 6 are minor, so, if C Major is selected, a 2 sent to the modal_triad object will yield the notes of a d minor chord.
For each selected chord, the notes of that chord are sent to the object’s 7 outlets in the following order: root, third, fifth, seventh, ninth, eleventh, thirteenth. Alterations like flat ninth or sharp eleventh are inferred by the chord function as it relates to the selected tonic and mode.
The second inlet of the object allows the chord tones, received as pitch classes, to be restricted to one octave.
The object also takes Roman numeral functions to yield chords. The standard capital Roman numerals for major, lower case Roman numerals for minor are used. A lower case Roman numeral iv in the key of C Major will yield an F minor chord regardless of the fact that chord has non-diatonic chord tones in it, the Ab.

A capital Roman numeral with a plus sign next to it will yield an augmented chord, and a lowercase Roman numeral with a zero next to it will yield a diminished chord.
In the same manner, a user can use letter names to build chords. A capital C will yield a C Major chord while a lower case e will yield an e minor chord. A capital C plus will yield an augmented chord and a lower case d zero will yield a d diminished chord.
(set to C Major)
This object also receives messages for tonicizations. A user can send the message Roman numeral V/5, to yield the 5 of 5 (a D Major chord in the key of C Major). The V Chord Tonicizations produce a Dominant 7th chord for each scale degree in the selected mode. That is, the root, 3rd, 5th, and 7th will form a Dominant 7th Chord exactly one perfect 5th above a given scale degree. The 9th, 11th, and 13th pitches of the chord are inferred according to the selected mode and NOT the mode from which the tonicizing chord prevails.
Similarly the object allows other types of tonicizations including leading tone tonications and minor four tonicizations. Augmented 6th chords and Neopolitan chords can also be implemented.
It even takes altered chords like Ebdom7b9#11.

created by V.J. Manzo
www.vjmanzo.com | www.vincemanzo.com
movie++ External A replacement for the standard movie object in Max. It does everything movie does, and: reports length and dimensions of the current movie or any movie file
A replacement for the standard movie object in Max. It does everything movie does, and: reports length and dimensions of the current movie or any movie file (without loading in a window); allows the window size/position and autofit & border status to be set with arguments or via messages to the object, and can remember them as new movies are loaded; plus other minor tweaks. (If anyone in the Pittsburgh area has a firewire camera they can lend me for a week, firewire output can happen.....or just buy jitter.....)
operand Standalone Application with the rise of granular synthesis becoming more and more popular, either being with synthesizers or sample manglers. the one thing i have not seen of it, is step sequencers, none at all.
this is where operand comes in.
• drag and drop sample folders [aiff/wav/mp3].
• effects [stereo filters, multitap stereo delay, stereo reverb and stereo stutter. [updated]
• stereo audio/effect matrix. [new]
• colour coded filter, stutter, delay and reverb step effect grids. [new]
• store/recall setting for pitch, duration and panning. [new]
• key controls [sample channel hits with keyboard, tap tempo].
• random pitch/pan/duration.
• global and dedicated step/clock controls. [updated]
• external audio recording.
• plus much more.
plusequals (+=) External plusequals (+=) is the C accumulation object. More convenient than the accum object, because it manages lists and avoid to use three objects to do the same work. V.2 is now universal binary.
plus~(+~) External Signal addition operator
vb.median External a median filter for streams of floats or integer values
a median filter is a non-linear filter used to remove short impluses from an input signal.
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