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Objects
xj.rmod1~Abstraction ring modulator
xj.sharedfloatAbstraction for use mainly with GUI objects
xj.shelfilter~Abstraction calculates coefficients for 2nd order shelving filter
xj.stbal1~Abstraction makes a balanced mix of inputs A and B
xj.stgain2~Abstraction stereo gain control
xj.stgate2~Abstraction continuous audio gate, using angle index to choose among 2 inputs
xj.stpan2~Abstraction pans input to 2 outputs equally spaced on a circle
xj.sw1~Abstraction audio switch
xj.throw~Abstraction With [xj.catch~]dynamic duo of send~ and receive~
xj.trim1~Abstraction signal attenuator unit
xj.zrev1~Abstraction reverb unit
zerocross~External detects the amount of noise present in a signal

Libraries
ISPW Compatibility Library This library provides a set of abstractions which allow a certain degree of compatibility between MSP and Miller Puckette's Max0.26/FTS for the ISPW/SIM (Ircam Signal Processing Workstation/Station d'Informatique Musicale). It contains abstractions for all of the ISPW (signal) objects whose name has changed in MSP, and some additional abstractions to replace objects found in the "lib" and "ISPW jimmies".
Jimmies The Jimmies is an historical collection of patches, abstractions and external objects developed for the MAX/FTS environment on the ISPW at the beginning of the 1990s, and assembled into a formal collection of tools by Zack Settel in 1993.

Zack Settel developped a new free version of the Jimmies called xjimmies : http://www.maxobjects.com/?v=libraries&id_library=100
xjimmies Parts of the nSLAM audio suite.
The "xjimmies" library included with nSLAM v2.0 offers new functionality not defined in the original "jimmies" running under Max/MSP.
Specifically, a number of new objects have been added for working with multichannel sound, sound source simulation and immersive audio. The name of the library, formerly "jimmies", was changed to "xjimmies", since the "X"-platform library runs in both PD (Windows/OSX/Linux) and now, in Max/MSP (Windows/OSX).

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