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2d.wave~ External Two dimensional Phase-driven oscillator using a buffer~ as a wavetable
Similar to wave~, but with an additional axis. A given ms range of an audio file will be divided into n rows. Y phase input will determine which row(s) will be used for playback. Try loading a 16-bar loop and setting your rows to be 16(or 7 for that matter). Try also using a short(150 ms or so) section of an audio file as a 2-d wave table. Set the phasor of one axis to be very fast, and one to be very slow.
3D_Table_Display External Specifically created to display tables from a table object in spectacular color with beveled edges, without letting those bothersome users actually edit the tables!
Specifically created to display tables from a table object in spectacular color with beveled edges, without letting those bothersome users actually edit the tables!
aka.serviceusb External Service USB control
Service USB control. Service USB is a universal interfece that is especially suitable for fischertechink's robot kits.
at.hashtab External hashtable object
hashtable object that stores pairs
bufedit~ External It enables you to modify data in buffer~
It enables you to modify data in buffer~. It will be useful for making weird sound or impulse response. Don't ask me why don't you use peek~... I didn't know peek~ untill I've finished coding of bufedit~. bufedit~ has advantages and disadvantage with peek~. Advantage of bufedit~ is a lot of supported messages, for example, it is possible to make a window with a few command without Uzi, or when performing convolution and if impulse response is static or less changes, bufedit~'s fft command will help you with computational expences. And unlike peek~, bufedit~ can store value greater than 1. Disadvantage is that I strongly believe DZ's programming skill is superior than mine and I've not tested bufedit~ much yet (it seems stable for me). So please use bufedit~ at your own risk, I don't owe any responssibility to disbenefit caused by using bufedit~.
buffer~ External Multichannel sample buffer
buffer~ works in conjunction with many different objects, including play~/groove~ (to play the buffer), record~ (records into the buffer), info~ (to report information about the buffer), peek~ (to write into/read from the buffer like the table object), lookup~ (to use the buffer for waveshaping), cycle~ (to specify a 512-point waveform), and wave~ (to specify a waveform).
cda External Python script which gives audio CD support for Windows : import .cda tracks into [buffer~], retrieve CD infos from CDDB (artist, title, track names...). Requires [Pyext] external, Python 2.4.x and some additional python modules.
Warning ! For Python lovers only (or for CD fanatics) :

As there's still no cd support in max/Msp for windows, it is an attempt to provide one. It is written in python and runs through the great [pyext] object, which is a python wrapper for max/Msp, by Thomas Grill. Luckily, it's really stable, and relatively fast ! When the device is "cold", it takes 5s for importing 2 megs and about 30s for a 4-5min file. Same or faster than Sound Forge, and already in your buffer~ ! Last but not least, it doesn't interrupt MSP process while importing...
cosx~ External cos(x) for signals
cos(x) for signals. this is a real sine function based around pi - unlike msp's cos~ which is based around 1 so it can be used as a lookup table for phasor
cpPan~ External constant power pan
Takes a mono audio input and pans it across two output channels. The panning uses an internal table of 1024 samples to reduce CPU load. The panning position is set through the right inlet, which can accept either signal or float input. Panning input should be limited to values between 0. and 1., with hard left equivalent to 0 and hard right equivalent to 1.
custom wave maker Patch a wavetable synthesizer where you can draw in what the wave looks like with your mouse.
his is basically a wavetable synthesizer where you can draw in what the wave looks like with your mouse. There are also some options to "fix" the wave you drew, including smoothing and normalization (normalization is a little buggy on other people's computers, not sure why). Look for future updates to this one, it's not done just yet.
cycle External Send successive numbers / stream of data to successive outlets cyclically
cycle takes two (optional) arguments. The first specifies how many outlets the object has (which can be arbitrarily large), and the second, if non-zero, uses a mode where separate "events" always restart at outlet 0. The default mode is to cycle through all the outlets. A separate event is one in which a different action triggers the next input. numbers which arrive from dumps from objects like table and coll are considered to belong to a single event.
cycle~ External Table-lookup oscillator or function generator
Table-lookup oscillator or function generator. cycle~ uses a stored table of 512 samples to generate functions. By default it uses a sine wave, but you can give it a function stored in a buffer~ object.
D3DOBJTable.mxo External External
defer External De-prioritize a message
When Overdrive mode is enabled, objects such as metro operate at interrupt level. This locks out other processing from happening, which may affect timing performance. If you want to execute a time-consuming task, such as using an Uzi for repetitive operations or the bang message to a table object, you can defer the interrupt level output to the lower priority main event level by passing a message through the defer object.
DGLColorTable.mxo External External
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debug: SELECT prenom, nom FROM auteurs RIGHT JOIN auteur_libraries USING (id_auteur) WHERE auteur_libraries.id_library='139'Alain Bonardi
Isis Truck
When manipulating human knowledge such as perception, feelings, appreciation, veracity of facts, etc., the classical logic that recognize only two truth degrees (true or false) is not always the most suitable.

To solve this problem, more than two degrees are considered in the non-classical logics. The fuzzy logic is one of these logics.

In this logic, facts are represented through membership functions: when the membership value is equal to 1 the fact is exactly true; when it is equal to 0 the fact is exactly false; in between there is an uncertainty about the veracity of the fact.

These membership functions are called "fuzzy subsets". They can be of different shapes: gaussian, trapezoidal, triangular, etc.

Thus the aim of the fuzzy logic is to propose a theoretical framework for the manipulation - representation and reasoning - of such facts.

The Fuzzy Lib library implements all the tools that are necessary to handle this manipulation: representation of a fuzzy subset (among them are the fuzzification, defuzzification and partitioning), reasoning process (generalized modus ponens, fuzzy implications, t-norms, t-conorms, etc.).

This version 1 of the Fuzzy Lib enables to implement fuzzification, uncertain reasoning and defuzzification for any number of data in the framework of Max/MSP environment.
debug: SELECT prenom, nom FROM auteurs RIGHT JOIN auteur_libraries USING (id_auteur) WHERE auteur_libraries.id_library='106'--/// Vade v001 is meant to help bring a structured method for building modular and reusable performance patches for Max/MSP and Jitter - it isnt a complete low level programming system, rather an immediately useful set of pre-made objects and patching methodologies for building modules and automatically creating dynamic and scriptable user interfaces.

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