Reactivision TUIO to MIDI patch
by Matthieu Pernaud
a simple patch who translates the data of 16 fiducials markers into some midi CC and midi note on /note off. it's not rocket science, but can be useful as a startup patch, or can help...
by Guillaume Evrard
OSCKAR is a tool that allows you to quickly use data coming from various hardware devices and network (HI, MIDI, Wacom, Keyboard, OSC, other messages) inside your own patches. It's developed for La Gr...
MIDI UDP LINK – M4L communication via Ethernet
H! here is a little useful Max4Live patch with a Java external to realize a lightwidth ethernet connection instead MIDI cable.It also works over Wi-Fi. The communication based on the UDP protocol like...
MIDI Monitor – view all incoming MIDI data with JS and LCD
by Peter Nyboer
Idiron AV Patches
Idiron AV is a bespoke Audio/Visual set-up for integrating synchronised visuals with improvisational musical performances and Idiron Soundtrack livesets. It aims to minimise hardware resources used ...
imp.mscdecode – MSC for Max.
by David Butler
imp.mscdecode - Version 1.0 An abstraction for decoding MIDI Show Control commands from the original SysEx into a human (and Max) readable form. Allows you to build MSC capability into your patches, ...
matrix midi mapper
These are three 16X16 matrix patches that allow you to map midi input into max by moving a fader or pressing a key.
This handy little machine automatically assigns MIDI control numbers and channels to your synths or DAWs, to aid in their programming. You can set it either to assign consecutive control-numbers on th...
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 topher lafata
midiparty is an mxj class which parses midi files and spits them out in either textual or raw format. Right now the demo file is very messy but you will get the idea.It is a work in progress. Good int...
by Francois Weber
Compare MIDI value to screen and cue value. If MIDI data (first inlet) is equal (+/- 1) to screen value (2nd inlet), then MIDI pass through.