karma~ by Rodrigo Constanzo & raja & pete
The karma~ object is a dynamically lengthed varispeed sample-recording and playback object with complex functionality, which references the audio information stored in a buffer~ object having the same name.
Version 1.1 (current public release): For the mac version (.mxo) there are 2 versions of the external included (along with the help file). The (b) version is the 32/64bit version that will run in any version of Max (versions 5 or 6 or 7, 32 or 64 bit). The non-b version is a purely 64-bit external. The features in both are the same. The windows version comes in the form of a 32-bit version (.mxe) and a 64-bit version (.mxe64).
Version 1.4 (interim experimental build, do not use): OS X only. This experimental version adds feature requests and so, but was never intended for full public release. Here for comparison only.
Version 1.5 (current development version, fully functional): OS X only for now, 32 & 64 bit UB (.mxo). Like version 1.4 - feature additions and bug fixes. Up to 4 channels operation, optional audio rate sync outlet (object arg #3 flag), state-machine added to data (list) outlet, etc.
Version 2.0 (future version): Soon.
You can find out more information and download the public release version here: http://www.rodrigoconstanzo.com/karma
You can follow the GitHub repository here: https://github.com/rconstanzo/karma
To build karma~ on your machine, clone this git repo into the
source directory of the Max SDK.
For example, if your Max SDK lives in
~/Documents/Max 7/Packages/max-sdk-7.1.0, then the path to the Xcode project for the 1.1 (b) version of the external should be at
If you choose to place the git repo somewhere else on your system, the project won't build immediately after cloning, and you will have to futz with the build configuraiton in order to get it working.
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