PeRColate

PeRColate

PeRColate is an open source set of extensions to Max/MSP, developed by Dan Trueman at Princeton University and R. Luke DuBois at the Computer Music Center, Columbia University. It contains a partial port of the STK, as well as a number of objects replicating unit generators from classic MUSIC-N languages. It is widely used as an extension to the Max API. A series of audio plugins based on the objects are also distributed by the authors.

PeRColate is named after the initials of Perry R. Cook, one of the authors of the STK.

External links

* [http://music.columbia.edu/PeRColate PeRColate Home Page]


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