Nixie tube display for Max
by nick rothwell / cassiel
Nixie tube display for Max, using JSUI. Download: www.loadbang.net/space/Software/Nixies. (Four years old, and originally written for Max 4, but still perfectly functional in Max 5.)
by nick rothwell / cassiel
Python for MaxMSP using Jython within MXJ. Download: www.loadbang.net/space/Software/net.loadbang.jython.
Max + Live To Twitter
by Andrew Spitz
Max To Twitter & Live To Twitter let you post tweets directly from Max/MSP and Ableton Live. Read more and download here: http://www.soundplusdesign.com/?p=4213
Pedant is a tool for comparing the efficiency of different methods. Open the subpatch, and hook up the two sets of objects you'd like to compare. Set the number of iterations, and each method will be ...
by Arvid Tomayko
A Max object written in java (using mxj) to communicate back and forth over a single persistent TCP/IP socket with a TCP/IP server, something the net.tcp objects that ship with Max can't do. Opens a s...
by Andrew Benson
A simple Arduino sketch and Max patches for using an Arduino as a sensor interface. Includes code for driving multiplexers as well. The provides an easily extensible example for beginners and studen...
by Mathieu Chamagne
[MMF-Fantastick] : Max Multitouch Framework for iPad, iPhone & iPod-touch + Fantastick MMF-Fantastick is an extension of MMF (Max Multitouch Framework) : a set of abstractions to control max us...
by Tim Lloyd
Just a little abstraction for a shift+"~" keyboard shortcut to toggle dsp on/off in a patch.....
bach: automated composer’s helper
by andrea agostini
Authors: Daniele Ghisi and Andrea Agostini bach: automated composer's helper is a cross-platform set of patches and externals for Max, aimed to bring the richness of computer-aided composition in...
Fileout finally available in max. Use this to write bytes to a file. Made to use with filein Everything is included in the .zip-file. [Updated V1.1] - changed input from lists to int due to max.lis...
Enter your Xively API and a feed number and you will able to download the JSON data via the dict feature in Max 6. This is an update over the Pachube / COSM tools.
The UBC Toolbox is a collection of 50+ modules that can be used to quickly construct Max patches. The modules include players (eg. fm players, soundfile players, samplers, granulators, etc.) effects...
lops – list manipulations object
Version mid-2010; created early 2010, ported to intel Mac mid-2010; for Max 5. An object which performs a number of simple list operations: filling a list to a specified size, creating a list by re...
The MRautoScalerBP is a bpatcher designed to deal with 3-axis accelerometers. Turn on the autoScaler function, move your sensor and the patcher will detect the range of the sensor and set all necessar...
XY Markov Player
by Ben Carey
Markov chain patch for creating probabilistic automations based on XY pad movements.
Data at Intervals
by Ben Carey
Simple abstraction for recording data streams at a user specified sampling rate to disk as .txt files. Recall and read streams of data with included ramp time - envisaged for use with line or line~. A...
Small update: A couple of abstractions have been added and some existing ones have been cleaned up a bit. This is a growing set of abstractions dealing with simple drawing issues. It includes: ...
imp.dmx – DMX for Max.
by David Butler
imp.dmx is a cross-platform collection of Max/MSP/Jitter abstractions for dealing with DMX data in various forms. It focuses around the use of jitter matrices to store data, which the objects then rea...
RTC-lib (Real Time Composition Library)
by Karlheinz Essl
A collection of patches for Max/MSP which offers the possibility to experiment with a number of compositional techniques, such as serial procedures, permutations and controlled randomness. Most of the...
Big Search Path
by Timothy Place
A larger version of max's search-path inspector so you can see more of the path and add more search-paths. (ca. 2001) This is no longer needed as of Max 5.
by Jean-Francois Charles
"A Tutorial on Spectral Sound Processing Using Max/MSP and Jitter", an article available in this issue of the Computer Music Journal: http://www.mitpressjournals.org/toc/comj/32/3
This is the 'walkie-talkie' patch which appeared as part of the Review of Pluggo in the October 1999 issue of Electronic Musician.