Lformat? Scramble?

Oct 14, 2007 at 11:01am

Lformat? Scramble?

I’m resurrecting some patches from years ago (Max 3 days), and have run across some “orphaned” externals.

Lformat doesn’t appear to be part of the Lobjects collection anymore (though it still appears in the documentation), and there doesn’t seem to be a direct replacement, either. Hunted around some and can’t find any mention of this change, nor does there seem to be a direct replacement.

James McCartney’s scramble (very useful, btw) seems to be one of the few List Ops not to have been turned into a zl mode. Karlheinz Essl has a scramble replacement (as part of his RTC-lib), but it’s an abstraction rather than an external.

Anyone know if there are any externals out there that will replace these two? There used to be a “random-permut” that did more or less the same thing as scramble, but that’s long gone too.

Thanks,

Charles.
(*huge* fan of the Lobjects)

#34169
Oct 14, 2007 at 2:39pm

Scramble is now part of Gary Nelson’s Random Library

http://www.timara.oberlin.edu/~gnelson/maxdownloads/downloadmax.htm

#114889
Oct 14, 2007 at 8:36pm

>I’m resurrecting some patches from years ago (Max 3 days), and have
>run across some “orphaned” externals.
>
>Lformat doesn’t appear to be part of the Lobjects collection anymore
>(though it still appears in the documentation), and there doesn’t
>seem to be a direct replacement, either. Hunted around some and
>can’t find any mention of this change, nor does there seem to be a
>direct replacement.
>
>James McCartney’s scramble (very useful, btw) seems to be one of the
>few List Ops not to have been turned into a zl mode. Karlheinz Essl
>has a scramble replacement (as part of his RTC-lib), but it’s an
>abstraction rather than an external.
>
>Anyone know if there are any externals out there that will replace
>these two? There used to be a “random-permut” that did more or less
>the same thing as scramble, but that’s long gone too.

don’t know about Lformat, but i still have (and use) scramble, th
eone by J McCartney, and it works on my max 457, osx.4.10, on a ppc
mac….

an dit seems to be on maxobjects

http://www.maxobjects.com/?v=objects&id_objet=993&requested=scramble&operateur=AND&id_plateforme=0

best

kasper

Kasper T. Toeplitz
noise, composition, bass, computer

http://www.sleazeArt.com

http://www.myspace.com/sleazeart

#114890
Oct 14, 2007 at 8:49pm

Awesome! Thanks Don!

Kasper: Sorry, I should have mentioned that I’m on an Intel Mac, so I’m looking for Universal Binaries. You’re right, there is an OS X version of the original external.

Charles.

#114891
Oct 25, 2007 at 10:42am

Charles Lyons schrieb:
> but it’s an abstraction rather than an external.

Which is a big advantage, you never have to worry about updates for the
next decades of Max it will work in Max 5, Max 6 and Max 10. It will
even pass to the new 100 THz poxel processors of the year 2089 without
problems…

I’d always prefer an abstraction over an external even if I’ve written
it myself… ;-)

Stefan


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#114892
Oct 25, 2007 at 10:03pm

> James McCartney’s scramble (very useful, btw) seems to be one of the few List Ops not to have been turned into a zl mode. Karlheinz Essl has a scramble replacement (as part of his RTC-lib), but it’s an abstraction rather than an external.
>

I also made a abstraction as part of the CNMAT MMJ Depot:

http://www.cnmat.berkeley.edu/MAX/downloads/

it works as well as an external.

mz

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