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pv External Store and retrieve variables specific to a patcher
pv is similar to the value object, which allows a number, symbol or list to be shared among several objects. However, pv is local to a patcher and its subpatchers. In this example, there are two subpatchers in this help file, each with its own copy of "pv private". Changes to "pv private" objects in one subpatcher do not affect those in the other. However, there is a "pv public" object in this patcher which is accessible to both subpatchers. You can use pv when you need to share a value within a patcher or subpatchers, but there may be multiple copies of the patcher around. Thus, pv is most useful for patchers you will make into files and reuse repeatedly.Also double-click on the patcher "more" for more information about pv features.
pvar External Connect to a named object in a patcher ; send receive
pvar lets you build user interfaces in one part of your patcher that are connected to the "process" part in another part of the patcher. pvar does not work globally (as send and receive do). The pvar object and its associated object must be in the same patcher.
pvcompand~ External pvcompand~ either expands or compresses the differences between the amplitudes of the spectral frames.
pvcompand~ either expands or compresses the differences between the amplitudes of the spectral frames. The threshold is interpreted as dB and useful ranges are from about -60 to +60. Positive values increase the "peakiness" of the sound and negative values tend to whiten the spectrum.
pvgrain~ External a spectrum analyzer for granular resynthesis
pvharm~ External a harmonizer
pvoc~ External
pvoc~ optional arguments: low frequency to synthesize, high frequency to synthesize. These parameters, together with the MSP sound vector size will determine how many sinusoids are resynthesized. Calling for more sinusoids than your computer can handle will probably crash Max/MSP.
pvtuner~ External a spectrum quantizer for tuning to arbitrary scales
pvwarp~ External Experimental spectrum warper
Experimental spectrum warper. An internal frequency warping function is created either according to specification or with the autofunc message.
sadam.tcpClient External Bidirectional TCP client.
sadam.tcpClient will open a TCP connection to a specified Ipv4 address on a specified port and will send and receive arbitrary information through this connection. Currently it is only able to manage binary data (either by sending bytes directly to the object or by registering it to a binary stream represented by sadam.stream) but in a later release it will support any arbitrary Max message.
sadam.tcpSender External Send data through the network using the TCP protocol.
sadam.tcpSender will send data to a specified Ipv4 address on a specified port. Currently it is only able to send binary data (either by sending bytes directly to the object or by registering it to a binary stream represented by sadam.stream) but in a later release it will support any arbitrary Max message. The connection is not kept alive, instead, it is opened each time a message is being sent and closed just afterwards. This makes sure that the underlying operating system would send the messages instantaneously.
sadam.udpSender External Send data through the network using the UDP protocol.
sadam.udpSender will send data to a specified Ipv4 address on a specified port. Currently it is only able to send binary data (either by sending bytes directly to the object or by registering it to a binary stream represented by sadam.stream) but in a later release it will support any arbitrary Max message.
sampv1~ Abstraction simple sampler voice element
This is a simple sampler voice element using the MSP play~ object. The interest of sampv1~ is that all of the commands are on a higher level: velocity (scaled to MIDI values), transposition (in cents) onset, rise and decay times (in milliseconds), and sample name/number.
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