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Moonlib includes three sub-sections: nilib, which is a kind of wrapper between Pd and Gtk, sublib, which is a collection of gui control objects, and other, which are miscellaneous objects:
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Located in Package: pd-moonlib
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* tabenv: like env~, an enveloppe follower, but computing on a table,
so possibly much speeder than real-time env~'s computation
* tabsort, tabsort2: returns the indices of the sorted table,
tabsort2 is bidimentionnal
* gamme: one octave of a piano keyboard used to filter/choose
notes in a selected scale
* absolutepath/relativepath: to use files (sounds, texts, presets,
images, programs...) nested in the patch's
directory (and in subdirs)
* sarray and slist: to creates shared dynamic arrays or lists with symbols
* sfread2~ and readsfv~: to pitch the direct-from-disk reading of sound files
* dinlet~: an inlet~ with a default value (when nothing is connected to it)
* mknob: a round knob ala iemgui vslider (with its "properties" window)
* dispatch: creates one bus name for many buttons' buses: from the
N pairs (slider1-snd/slider1-rcv) ... (sliderN-snd/sliderN-rcv),
creates only one pair of buses named (slider-snd/slider-rcv),
in which datas are prepended by the number of the "sub-bus"
* joystik: an improvment of Joseph A. Sarlo's joystick
* image: an improvment of Guenter Geiger's one. Same name, but it's
compatible. Here you can share images through different objects,
preload a list of images, and animate this list.
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Located in Package: pd-moonlib
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a random collection of Pd objects by Iain Mott
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Located in Package: pd-motex
56602.
A collection of externals from Iain Mott that mostly provide some math functions for Pure Data:
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Located in Package: pd-motex
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* polygate~ - switch between multiple signal inputs, variable
fade rate both linear & equal power
* shuffle - a no-repeat random generator, outputs numbers within a set range
* pan~ - equal power stereo panning
* system - sends a system message to the console
* ln~ - natural log + inverse
* rec2pol~ - convert rectangular coordinates to polar eg. can be used
to convert sine & cosine rfft~ output to phase & magnitude
* pol2rec~ - inverse of rec2pol~
* getenv - Sends value of an environment variable argument on bang
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Located in Package: pd-motex
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Open Sound Control for Pd
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Located in Package: pd-osc
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This library allows one to construct and parse OSC messages within Pd. It includes support for ordinary OSC-messages, typetags, timetags and bundles.
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Located in Package: pd-osc
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These objects are transport-agnostic, so you can use them to transmit OSC over UDP, TCP/IP, serial port, or in fact whatever you want. However, you will have to install additional libraries that will handle the transport layer (like pd-iemnet or pd-comport).
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Located in Package: pd-osc
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library of stereo panning algorithms for Pd
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Located in Package: pd-pan
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A library of stereo panning algorithms from various sources, including equal power panning and linear panning. Panning objects include: equal_power_pan~, gogins_pan~, gpan~, linear_pan~, square_root_pan~, and pan_core~. pan_core~ can be used as a "core" for objects that implement other pan algorithms. All of these objects are implemented in Pd.
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Located in Package: pd-pan
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