Mattly's Max Library
These are bits and pieces of my library of tools (abstractions, jsui widgets, etc) for creating Max/MSP patches. They require Max/MSP 5.0.x or later.
A 1-to-1 Global MIDI-learn system for CC controls that works similar to Ableton Live.
Turns coordinates into notes and notes into coordinates. Works similar to the keyboard aspect of stretta's "fourths" patch, but can display notes from external sources.
Manages several grids via one master one.
Basic front-end for talking to a Monome. Uses an OSC prefix of /monome and looks for button presses. Send it messages via the inlet and the prefixing is taken care of for you.
a someone misleadly-named grid controller. in addition to turning "x y 0" messages into "led x y 0", it can also take "x y blink 4" messages and cause that light to blink 4 times per second.
Divide a large grid into smaller ones, then put it back together again. Designed for use with a monome but could be used in other contexts.
Concatenates a message into a symbol.
Copyright (c) 2008 Matt Lyon
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