52 Tools tagged with "utility"

  • KeyMidi with added features

    I needed to use the KeyMidi Extra but I couldn't figure out why I wasn't getting any sound in my project.


  • Multichannel audio in MaxForLive!


  • 128 to CC with scalable output

    Get continuos control messages (cc) from a 0-127 midi device. This takes 0-127 midi input and mimics a continuos controller message.


  • HoaLibrary v2.2

    The CICM is pleased to announce this new release of the HOA Library. The HOA library allows musicians and composers to synthesize, transform and render sound fields (in 2d and 3d) in a creative and artistic way.


  • zsy.ds4

    [zsy.ds4] is is a simple max patch to handle Dualshock 4 inputs (over bluetooth).


  • sync’ing looper


  • Alias Clips

    Alias Clips is a Max for Live device that brings the functionality of what are commonly called "alias clips, ghost clips, mirroring" etc.


  • JavaScript Object-Printer (v 1.1)

    This a Max 7  JavaScript module (or JS-Extension for Max 6.1) that prints the content of any JavaScript Object formatted (intended, with property names and data types) into the Max Console.


  • Bang Sprayer



  • MySQLJDBC

    MySQL Connector/J for MXJ The MySQLJDBC MXJ object provides max with a simple interface to the MySQL Connector/J native Java driver that converts JDBC (Java Database Connectivity) calls into the network protocol used by the MySQL database.


  • HoaLibrary v2

    The CICM is pleased to announce the new release of the HOA Library that includes 3D rendering. The HOA library  (High Order Ambisonics)  is a collection of C++ classes and a set of FAUST functions destined to sound spatialization.

    The HOA library allows musicians and composers to synthesize, transform and render sound fields in a creative and artistic way.


  • This midi interface is the attempt to do what no one has done before ( I think at least ).


  • Saxelectro Many Knob M4L device


  • atp.abstractions

    A large and growing repository of Max 5/6 abstractions, javascripts, shaders, etc I've made and found useful over the years.


  • Launchpad Router

    Launchpad is a utility that allows for the automatic filtering of messages from the Novation Launchpad into Max/MSP in a convenient format, and allows for lighting feedback to be sent back to the launchpad.


  • Macbook Keyboard

    Macbook Keyboard is a useful little abstraction for the convenient use of receiving keyboard messages.



  • cata.drop


  • WHITEBOX PRESET DIAL

    A simple PRESET DIAL utility for 16 presets.   Recall settings really quickly with this!   Takes up the same room on your interface as an Ableton dial if you reduce the typeface size and dump the logo.   Use it in your own device design.


  • Multi Object Gen


  • jpg from mov


  • jit grab iidc

    by sdf 2009-2012 Made in Max 5 specifically for the iSight camera, this utility patch gives quick access to some of the IIDC parameters of that camera.  The matrix output of jit.qt.grab is connected to a send object for getting the data into other patches.  The grab-to-disk patcher from jit.qt.grab.maxhelp is also connected, but is not available from presentation mode. Using jit_grab_iidc_005.maxpat

    • Make sure the iSight is connected to the FireWire of the Mac* you're using before starting Max; it might not matter, but it seems safer that way
    • When you click open it might beach-ball for a while, sometimes its quick, but it can take a long time; stay calm and listen for the sound of the iSight coming online;
    • there are two bang sources built into this patch: select local42 (you'll probably want to hack this bit of the patch unless you have a version of sdfsys)
    • view mode toggles between camera and mirror
    • down the right side of the patch, in presentation mode, are controls for nine iidc parameters: focus, gain, shutter, brightness, saturation, hue, exposure, temperature, edge_enhancement.  To use them they must first be switched on.


  • Wii Controllers

    Wii Controllers is a Max/MSP interface for composers and artists interested in getting started with the Nintendo Wiimote for creative application.


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