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ajm.polyroute Abstraction route messages to poly~ targets with OSC syntax
Depends on the OSC-route object (http://cnmat.berkeley.edu/downloads)
andOSC Patch Receives OSC data from Android´s andOSC app.
This object receives OSC data from Android´s andOSC app. To visualize it you have to connect a "flonum" object to each outlet.

Important: You must have "OpenSoundControl" and "OSC-route" objects from CNMAT to run this one.
audiorouter Patch audio fx routing example
i wanted to use 4 filters on 8 outputs of a tap delay line; this selects 2 audio lines to go: thru/thru; thru/eq; eq/thru. with a pretty little matrix to control it (currently inside the patch). (i used 4 of these & 4 svf~ s)
dot.OSCexpand Abstraction Simply expands OSC address strings so that the route object can parse them.
Simply expands OSC address strings so that the route object can parse them.
dot.OSCroute Abstraction Native-max OSC parser allowing multiple OSC addresses to be dynamically added and removed.
Native-max OSC parser allowing multiple OSC addresses to be dynamically added and removed. Arguments or right inlet set addresses to route. Left outlet outputs matches with index corresponding to argument order.
dot.router Abstraction Performs OSC namespace translation, scaling, and clipping for an arbitrary number of mapping connections.
dot.route~ Abstraction Separates signals from max-messages.
dot.typecheck Abstraction The dot.typecheck object routes input according to data type.
ej.cycle.js Javascript (js) route value to different outlets.
like cycle... but for any type of message.
ej.route.js Javascript (js) route data by type.
route data by type.
f0.efxgate Abstraction route via effect. also works with jitter
f0.route_index Abstraction route lists beginning with index
f0.route_pattern Abstraction prepends indexes from a pattern
fe.fwd Javascript (js) Dynamic remote router
Sends messages dynamically to any bound [receive] object, in a very different way than [forward], with automatic prefix features and much more...
gate~ External Switch input to different output signals
Switch input to different output signals. The gate~ object is a version of the Max gate object for signals. It takes an argument for number of outputs (one is the default) and lets you route an incoming signal by sending an int to its left inlet. If there is more than one input, gate~ shuts off all outputs except the one you select, where 1 selects the left outlet, 2 selects the next one to the right, etc. gate~ can also control the activation or deactivation of part of a signal processing network. For an example, see the begin~ help file. Note: "shutting off" a signal means disconnecting it from a gate~ output and outputting a zero signal instead. This is different from the behavior of the Max gate object.
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