This example demonstrates a particular logical task: make one text clickable, and as soon as it is clicked upon, make it unclickable and set some other text to be clickable. In other words, have two texts, only one of which is clickable, and which swap their states whenever the clickable one is clicked.
This example demonstrates how to make a slider object spring back to a specified value.
This patch demonstrates a simple video file player with simple controls.
This patch contains examples of useful messages for playing MIDI files with the seq object.
This patch demonstrates how to use gain~ to smoothly scale a signal.
This exmaple demonstrates a simple way to ramp amplitude with number~.
The example demonstrates a simple way to play an audio file.
This example demonstrates how to harmonize a single MIDI note with multiple pitches.
This example demonstrates how to play an audio file.
This example demonstrates how to dynamically alter probability.