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242.cgaExternal channel-independent bit quantization
242.colorspaceExternal colorspace conversion
242.constrainExternal color range constraining
242.cutoutExternal two-source rectangular mask
242.eclipseExternal meta-imaging
242.eclipse02External 2-source meta-imaging
242.eclipse03External meta-imaging with threshhold inversion
242.fromageExternal cheezy 2-image wipes
242.imgmatrixExternal image switching/routing matrix
242.keyscreenExternal three-source 'bluescreen' style chroma keying
242.modgainExternal wraparound channel gain
242.reneExternal three-source chroma keying with transparency
242.rgbavgExternal pixel averaging filter
242.rgbavg02External 2-source pixel averaging filter
242.rgbseekExternal performs color searching on an image
242.trafficExternal tristimulus color tinting
absmax~External compares 2 signals, returns the signal farther from zero
absmin~External compares 2 signals, returns the signal closer to zero
agogo~External agogo modal synthesis model, STK, synthesis toolkit
bamboo~External bamboo wind chime PhISM model, STK, synthesis toolkit
blotar~External flute guitar hybrid model, STK, synthesis toolkit
bowedbar~External physical model of a bowed percussion bar, STK, synthesis toolkit
bowed~External physical model of a bowed string instrument, STK, synthesis toolkit
brass~External physical model of a brass instrument, STK, synthesis toolkit
cabasa~External cabasa shaker PhISM model, STK, synthesis toolkit

PeRColate PeRColate is an open-source distribution of a variety of synthesis and signal processing algorithms for Max, MSP, and Nato. It is centered around a (partial) port of the Synthesis Toolkit (STK) by Perry Cook (Princeton) and Gary Scavone (Stanford CCRMA). Like the STK, it provides a fairly easy to use library of synthesis and signal processing functions (in C) that can be wired together to create conventional and unusual instruments. Also like the STK, it includes a variety of precompiled synthesis objects, including physical modeling, modal, and PhISM class instruments; the code for these instruments can serve as foundations for creating new instruments (one example, the blotar, is included) and can be used to teach elementary and advanced synthesis techniques. Given it's STK heritage and educational function, PeRColate is largely un-optimized, though all the objects run on a 80MHz 7100, which is pretty good. PeRColate also includes a number of objects not from the STK; some are from RTcmix and others are our own evil creations, designed to crash your computer, but only after making some kind of interesting sound or image.

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