Flam / Roll object
Jun 25, 2006 at 2:12am
Flam / Roll object
i made this patch that does rolls of up to 64th notes with control from the pitch wheel…….when the value is first set the first note is off with the second, but then after it goes fine….can anyone look at this patch and see why it doesnt’ sync the first two notes?
i think it might be because the of the bang from the tempo…?
Jun 25, 2006 at 3:13am
im very new to max…..what’s the difference between an object, external, abstraction?
so far i’ve only been trying out .pat files ….. how do i use the files that people post?…im on a pc btw.
Jun 25, 2006 at 4:02am
Quote: papermesh wrote on Sat, 24 June 2006 21:13
an abstraction is just a patch, a .pat. these can also be used as an object, then it is a subpatch.
a collective is a selfcontained group of patchers and externals.
a standalone is a collective with max-msp runtime included so you can run it without max installed.
Jun 25, 2006 at 11:17am
thanks for the info….where do i put the objects and such to view other peoples patches??
it says to put in the objects folder but i cant find one in my cycling74 directory.
everybody forget about that posted patch…i finally figured it out…
Jun 25, 2006 at 11:51am
Quote: papermesh wrote on Sun, 25 June 2006 05:17
Jun 25, 2006 at 12:09pm
On 25-Jun-2006, at 13:17, papermesh wrote:
Textbook answer: anywhere in your search path.
The real answer: there are a thousand answers.
What this means: in a factory Max/MSP installation, the following
(The second one may have a slightly different name on Windows).
These folders are searched recursively (that means: Max also searchs
Additionally, you the user can define additional folders for
If it’s an external, you can just double-click to install it.
Put your objects in any of the above-named places. See what I mean
There is documentation for all this stuff. For instance Max Getting
> it says to put in the objects folder but i cant find one in my
If it really says “objects folder” somewhere in the Max
Hope this helps,
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Jun 26, 2006 at 8:58am
not unless you post it as text into the mail… ;-)
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