Polyvoice Trio with Multiphonic Arpeggiator
A multichannel, polyphonic arpeggiator with played-note ordering in the arpeggiation. Multichannel operation lets it arpeggiate different sounds as well as different notes. Each sound plays in a diffe...
This is an editor for Mutable Instrument's Shruthi-1 DIY synth. It is in version 1.0.0: Supports all the synth parameters and all the Shruthi-1 filter boards as of Shruthi-1 firmware 0.97 It ...
Logistic Map Synth
by Akihiko Matsumoto
Demo Movie http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BGtYcqfWsvI Features Chaotic Noise Generator Based on Logistic Map Algorithmic Lambda Generator Recording Synthesized Sound Monitoring Spe...
Inertial sensing in Max
These Max patches enable you to easily use inertial sensor data in your Max software. I-CubeX inertial sensors allow you to capture various parameters: Acceleration: GForce3D-6 Orientati...
Sensing people in a room
Instrument a room for an interactive installation and make visitor movements matter by using motion sensor data within Max. Create interactives for exhibits. I-CubeX motion sensors allow you to ...
Biosensing in Max
A quick and easy way to connect, configure, process, map and route I-CubeX biopotential sensors within Max. Research and experiment with human body neurophysiology. I-CubeX biopotential sensors all...
Making A Slick Max Standalone presentation from Expo ’74 workshop
by Dan Nigrin
These are the slides used for the presentation I made at Cycling's Expo '74 in New York on October 15, 2011, titled "Making A Slick Max Standalone: Tips and Tricks." Many people that create Max sta...
This is a beta version. I need some returns to upgrade this object. You can find a dump sysex and a help for this object. This patcher is developed on Mac OsX and not tested on Windows. Have Fun
IanniX is a graphical standalone open-source sequencer, based on Iannis Xenakis works, for digital art. IanniX syncs via Open Sound Control (OSC) events and curves to your real-time environment, for e...
by Peter Nyboer
an example of how to use cnmat's osc/otudp objects to communicate data over a network. Includes a standalone for your non-Max-enabled machines.
by Leo van der Veen
Standalone score editor to Csound using the expr object to create formulas and so on... (thanks to J. Jester for the numlets-external and TapTools for the tap.typecheck-external)