by klaus filip
abstraction, that divides an octave to any amount of tones (output==frequency)
by Jeremy Bernstein
Bill Orcutt's shell object: execute shell commands via this excellent Max object Mac OSX (Intel, Fat 32/64-bit) + source code (for Max 6.1.0 and newer) (last update: 13 March 2013) old PP...
My favorite Midi monitor, can't live without it. On request I will send sources. I just have to check if and how to complete the St.ools with subpatchers used in those collectives
by Roby Steinmetzer
UI example how you can use Lcd to create customized breakpoint function editors
by andré sier
Chaos Library. Place the 'new object' listing in Application Support/Cycling '74/init. The Universal Binary version for intel mac can be found here : http://s373.net/code/A-Chaos-Lib/A-Chaos.html
by Anders Dahl
example patcher displaying various animated custom matrixctrls, knobs, sliders, etc, with supporting image files
a drop-in replacement for the OS9 pushkeys object, using the modifiers object instead.
by Joshua Kit Clayton
uses the quicktime api to retrieve a file from a url and save to disk
by Peter Nyboer
a simple li'l fm synth, controllable by keyboard. Adapted from John Bischoff's FM Surfer example.
a textedit-like ui patch for entering and displaying text, with the advantage of complete tweakability.
by Marcel Wierckx
an lcd-based bpatcher which performs a similar function to Max's built-in rangebar. This one has some nifty features which the (ageing) rangebar lacks.
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.
G4 floating-point non-Java mode
by Adam Schabtach
Object for setting the G4 CPU's floating-point calculation mode to non-Java mode, which may improve MSP's performance in some situations.
by Robert Henke
the new new new monolake step-sequencer (extensive graphic ui, including max 4 features)
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)