This patch contains examples of useful messages for playing MIDI files with the seq object.
This example demonstrates how to dynamically alter probability.
The way audio Max compiles audio signal networks is, whenever audio is turned on, MSP outlets send out the message ‘signal’. (In other words, that’s how Max knows how MSP objects are connected to each other, and thus knows how to calculate the audio signal network.) The [route signal] object detects the selector ‘signal’ and sends a ‘bang’ out its left outlet in response. The [t signal] object converts that ‘bang’ back into the message ‘signal’.
To use floating point numbers with the poly object separate the integer portion and the fractional portion. Then recombine them after the poly object, as in the example.
If you have a patch in which you are flashing a button object using metro, the flashing may be delayed due to different degrees of operation priorities when used in a more complicated patch. Here are few things to consider if you’d like to prioritize or have more control over the flashing.