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2threshattack~ External Two-threshold attack detector, aka a Schmitt trigger http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schmitt_ color="#CC0000">trigger
a-pt2~ External msp poisson trigger interp noise generation
msp poisson trigger interp noise generation
a-pt~ External msp poisson trigger noise generation
msp poisson trigger noise generation
bangone Abstraction Helps to avoid unwanted double triggers but only within a time specified by it right inlet or a parameter.
beep External trigger system alert sound
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.
ddg.mono External a monophonic synth controller for Max/MSP.
a monophonic synth controller for Max/MSP. implements last/high/low note priority and legato/retrigger phrasing. most useful if you are creating monosynth emulations (as ido all the time). includes a help file with a complete example - strap it across your \"notein\" or \"kslider\" and go crazy. the external will work with previous versions of Max, but the .help file uses a polyphonic kslider (and is therefore Max 4-specific).
delay External Delay a bang
The delay object takes an optional argument - the delay time in milliseconds. A bang in the left inlet is delayed by a specified amount of time set by the argument or a number in the right inlet. A number in the left inlet sets the delay time and then triggers a delayed bang.
dot.fromsignal~ Abstraction Samples a signal triggered by change.
dot.MIDIpedal~ Abstraction Detect triggers from a MIDI-pedal through an audio-input.
Detect triggers from a MIDI-pedal through an audio-input.
dot.schmitt Abstraction A trigger with hysteresis.
dot.schmitt~ Abstraction Detect triggers from envelope of a signal.
dspstate~ External Report information about current DSP settings
dspstate~ can be used for calculations that require the sampling rate of current DSP processing block size. You can also use the leftmost outlet to trigger some event when the audio is turned on or off. dspstate~ outputs state information automatically whenever the audio is turned on or off. You can also get the information by sending a bang. Connecting a signal to the dspstate~ object's inlet reports information about that signal, although currently, all signals have the same sampling rate and vector size. Note that dspstate~ will not output anything if the audio is not turned on in its window.
EAMIR - Monochrome Standalone Application Monochrome is an interactive music system for composition and performance. Monochrome takes user input from a graphics tablet and generates a piece in reaction to the artists gestures on the tablet.

created by V.J. Manzo
Monochrome is an interactive music system for composition and performance. Monochrome takes user input from a graphics tablet and generates a piece in reaction to the artists gestures on the tablet. The software calculates user input such as pen orientation and pressure to control pitch and velocity. As the artists begins to fill the canvas, changes in modality and timbre can be triggered to occur in response to the amount of shading that has occurred in a given section of the canvas.

created by V.J. Manzo
EAMIR - P5 Glove Standalone Application The P5 glove controller sends 5 streams of continuous data for each of the five fingers on the glove. Data is also sent with respect to the glove’s X Y and Z orientation.

created by V.J. Manzo
The P5 glove controller sends 5 streams of continuous data for each of the five fingers on the glove. Data is also sent with respect to the glove’s X Y and Z orientation. In this example, the EAMIR software translates the finger bend data to chords from the C Major scale. Buttons on the glove can be programmed to trigger modulation (common-tone, chromatic mediant, etc.). X, Y, and Z data can be programmed to control dynamics, arpeggiation tempo, and other aspects of the performance.

created by V.J. Manzo
www.vjmanzo.com/cv | www.vincemanzo.com
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