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pg.mel~ External Spectrum above the mel scale and MFCCs.
pg.scale External A scale object with autoscale mode and boundary mode.
3Dmatrix External perform matrix-operations on 3D-points: translate / scale / rotate / skew
@ Abstraction scales a standard slider (ranging from 0 to 127) between min and max.
scales a standard slider (ranging from 0 to 127) between min and max. The type of the first argument specifies the output type.
aleamapper External Prinipally designed for the MaxAlea objects, the middle outlet outputs input variables below the minin boundry, the right outlet outputs input above the maxin boundry. A kind of combination of the scale and clip objects.
Prinipally designed for the MaxAlea objects, the middle outlet outputs input variables below the minin boundry, the right outlet outputs input above the maxin boundry. Allows a finetuning of scaled boundries and/or a utilisation of data which falls outside these boundries. May also be used to zoom into a particular region of a distribution. When creating discrete variables from continous, the upper boundry must be increased by one more than the value wished.That is, for values between 0 and 127 one selects 0 and 128.
Alpha controls the shape, beta the scale." External
apass2~ Abstraction all-pass filter
This is a second-order IIR (infinite impulse response) all-pass filter which performs a symmetric (log scale) phase shift, without modifying the frequency content of the input signal.
au.grayscale External fast accurate b+w conversion
au.scale External completely smooth zoom in / zoom out
au.self.scale External auto-scale based on data in each frame
bargraf~ External BETA for Max5 available !

draws the signal level (dB, exp scale)
between-lin Abstraction random based object
Bang (or any input) in left inlet outputs a random number of a linear scale between min and max with a certain number of elements.
between-lin-urn Abstraction random based object
Bang (or any input) in left inlet outputs a random number of a linear scale between min and max with a certain number of elements. An already chosen element is blocked until all the others have been selected ("repetition check").
between-log Abstraction random based object
Bang (or any input) in left inlet outputs a random number of a logarithmic scale between min and max with a certain number of elements.
between-log-urn Abstraction random based object
Bang (or any input) in left inlet outputs a random number of a logarithmic scale between min and max with a certain number of elements. An already chosen element is blocked until all the others have been selected ("repetition check").
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Libraries
KN-Lib 2.7
Roland Cahen KN-Lib is a collection of everyday abstraction tools. It contains mouse and keyboards facilities, converters, calculation, random, interval and scale generators, midi utilities...etc

(The old version is no longer available.
If necessary it can be downloades at :
ftp://ftp.forumnet.ircam.fr/pub/max/FAT/misc)
KnLib2.8.1
Roland Cahen KN-Lib 2.8 is a collection of everyday abstraction tools. It contains mouse and keyboards facilities, converters, calculation, random, interval and scale generators, midi utilities...etc
Most of them are finished, a few are in progress.
Modal Object Library
V.j. Manzo The Modal Object Library is a collection of objects for Max/MSP that control modality.

Included are objects for all 28 diatonic modes (scales), the Messiaen modes, chords, triads, progressions, modal relationships and modal analysis. This library would be especially useful to those interested in algorithmic composition and interactive music systems.

Free registration is required. Registration forum offers patches, and objects based on this library.

created by V.J. Manzo
www.vjmanzo.com/mol | www.vincemanzo.com
SFA Max/MSP Library
Stefano Fasciani The SFA-MaxLib is a collection of Max/MSP objects developed in the context of the VCI4DMI. It includes functions and utilities in the form of FTM externals, FTM abstractions and Max abstractions. FTM is a shared library for Max/MSP developed by IRCAM, which provides a small and simple real-time object system and a set of optimized services to be used within Max/MSP externals.

List of FTM Externals: sfa.eig - eigenvalues; sfa.inputcombinations - combination generator; sfa.levinson - levinson-durbin recursion; sfa.lpc2cep - lpc to cepstra conversion; sfa.rastafilt - rasta filter; sfa.rmd - relative mean difference; sfa.roots - polynomial roots;

List of Abstractions: sfa.bark.maxpat - energy of the Bark bands from time domain frame;sfa.bark2hz_vect.maxpat - Herts to Bark conversion;sfa.barkspect.maxpat - energy of the Bark bands from spectrum; sfa.ceil.maxpat - ceil function; sfa.featfluxgate.maxpat - gated distance on stream of feature vectors; sfa.fft2barkmx.maxpat - utility sub-abstraction of sfa.bark; sfa.fft2barkmxN.maxpat - utility sub-abstraction of sfa.barkspect; sfa.hynek_eq_coeff.maxpat - hynek equalization coefficients; sfa.hz2bark.maxpat - Hertz to Bark conversion; sfa.hz2bark_vect.maxpat - Hertz to Bark conversion for vectors; sfa.hz2mel.maxpat - Hertz to Mel conversion; sfa.idft_real_coeff.maxpat - utility sub-abstraction of sfa.rasta-plp; sfa.maxminmem.maxpat - minimum and maximum of a stream of data; sfa.mfcc.maxpat - MFCC coefficients; sfa.modalphafilter.maxpat - 1st order IIR lowpass on a stream of vectors; sfa.nonlinfeqscale.maxpat - linear spectrum to Bark or Mel scale conversion; sfa.rasta-plp.maxpat - PLP and RASTA-PLP coefficients; sfa.spectmoments.maxpat - 4 spectral moments (centroid, deviation, skewness, kurtosis); sfa.3spectmoments+flatness.maxpat - 3 spectral moments (centroid, deviation, skewness) and the spectral flatness; sfa.spectralflux.maxpat - spectral flux on stream of spectrum vectors; sfa.spectralfluxgate.maxpat - gated spectral flux on stream of spectrum vectors; sfa.std.maxpat - standard deviation; sfa.win_to_fft_size.maxpat - smaller FFT size given frame size; sfa.GCemulator.maxpat 3D gestural controller emulator;

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