a collection of Pd GUI objects for musical performance
Descriptionjmmmp is a collection of Pure Data GUI objects for musical performance, including controlling the DAC, volume, debugging, linking up with other programs, etc.
* array-edit - edit properties of arrays
* but - Monochrome bang button
* clock - Chronometer with display in seconds
* dacm~ - Mono dac~ for lazy people
* datei-o - Sends the message "open ../../"
* datei-r - Sends the message "read ../../"
* datei-w - Sends the message "write ../../"
* dsp01 - DSP switch
* f+ - Counter with variable increment
* gui-edit - edit standard GUI objects fast
* lbang - loadbang which can be triggered more often
* liner~ - practical implementation of [line~]
* liner+~ - practical implementation of signal envelopping
* mat~ - Level meter with amplitude control
* maat~ - Level meter with amplitude control, stereo
* met~ - Level meter with amplitude control, with VU
* metrum - Metro with GUI
* m-i - Automatic conversion of MIDI controller
* mk - shows the controller number and MIDI value
* oscD - Counts received OSC messages
* oscS - Interface for sendOSC
* pd-colors - Pd color palettes (Data Structures + Tcl/Tk)
* rec-name - Automatic naming for a record/playback engine
* sguigot - spigot GUI implementation
* sliders - GUI for incoming midi data
* snaps~ - snapshot~ GUI implementation
* spectrogram~ - Spectrogram with 512 bins resolution
* stoppuhr - Chronometer with two layers
* tastin - Gate for keyboard input
* uhr - Shows the time
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