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Max/MSP is a graphical environment for music, audio, and multimedia. In use worldwide for over fifteen years by performers, composers, artists, teachers, and students, Max/MSP is the way to make your computer do things that reflect your individual ideas and dreams.
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bogus External non-existent object

bondo External Synchronize a group of messages

borax External Report information about note-ons and note-offs

bpatcher External A patcher in a box in a patcher window

bpm External A simple patch that converts float and integer to a bpm value for metro.

bucket External An n-stage shift register

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buddy External Synchronize input from different sources

button External button Output a bang

capture External Capture incoming numbers and display in text editor

cartopol External Cartesian to Polar coordinate conversion

change External Filter out repetitions of a number, report zero/non-zero transitions

clip External Limit numbers within a certain range

clocker External Metronome that reports time since it started

closebang External Send a bang when a Patcher window is about to be closed

coll External Store and edit a collection of different messages

colorpicker External Select a color using a modal dialog

comment External Text comment in a Patcher

conformpath External Convert paths of one pathtype and/or pathstyle to another

cos External Cosine function

cosh External Hyperbolic cosine function

counter External Count the bang messages received, output the count

ctlin External Output incoming MIDI control change messages

ctlout External Send MIDI control change messages

cycle External Send successive numbers / stream of data to successive outlets cyclically

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