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Max/MSP is a graphical environment for music, audio, and multimedia. In use worldwide for over fifteen years by performers, composers, artists, teachers, and students, Max/MSP is the way to make your computer do things that reflect your individual ideas and dreams.
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sprintf External Build and format messages / lists of numbers and symbols / words

sqrt External Square root of a number

standlone External Configure Parameters for Standalone Application

stripnote External Filter out note-offs messages

strippath External Remove path information from a full pathname, leaving just the filename

substitute External Subsitute a symbol for another symbol in a message

suspend External Reports Mac OS suspend/resume events

sustain External Hold note-off messages, output them on command

swap External Swap left and right inlets to outlets

swap External Swap left and right inlets to outlets, reverse the sequential order of two numbers

swatch External a color swatch for RGB color selection and display

switch External Select among alternative inputs, switch between inputs

sxformat External Format a system-exclusive MIDI message using expr

sysexin External Output incoming MIDI system exclusive messages

table External Store and graphically edit an array of numbers

tan External Tangent function

tanh External Hyperbolic tangent function

tempo External Metronome controllable in beats per minute

text External Collect and format messages as a text file, output single lines of text

textedit External user-entered text in a patcher

thisobject External Send messages to a patcher, communicate with an object in an inspector

thispatcher External Send messages to a patcher

thisTimeline External Send messages to a timeline

thisTrack External Send messages to a timeline track

thresh External Combine numbers into a list, when received close together

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