I’m prety new to Max MSP and Java but I need to make a Max Java Object that will take audio in on 1 inlet and output it with EITHER a reverberation or delay effect.
I’m completely stuck on the coding. All I know is that i need to create a mxj quickie, e.g. "mxj quickie reverbobject MSPOBJ_PROTO" and then open up the class file etc.
Please excuse my ignorance with any incorrect termanology if any. As I said, I’m new to all this.
Sounds like a weird assignment, a delay line being such a basic thing compared to a reverb effect – although you could argue that a reverb may be just a bunch of delay lines.
Anyway, you don’t – need – Java to do that. Just check tapin~/tapout~, and, why not, yafr in the Max factory examples.
Thanks for getting in contact with me.
I already know about using the tapin~ or yafr object already but unfortunately the assignment has to be done using java. I have decided I want to make a delay unit but i have no idea where to begine or what to do!
Well, to program anything in Java within Max, you need to go through the relevant tutorials & documentation first (in Applications/Max5/java-doc).
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