[PD] max/ pd lexicon

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at at.or.at
Thu Apr 23 01:09:10 CEST 2009

I don't know of a Pd/Max lexicon, but I'll bet there is something,  
since it is a frequent question.  I can say that there is no  
filtergraph~, that's one thing that looks quite nice.   You can do all  
the filtering, just without the nifty GUI.

Try searching the archives of this list to see what other people have  
done for Max->Pd.


On Apr 22, 2009, at 12:00 PM, steve grealish wrote:

> Hi everyone. This is my first posting to the list. I'm pretty new to  
> PD, but I know Max/Msp pretty well. Sadly, my Max demo ran out and I  
> don't have much money, but thank goodness for PD. I was wondering if  
> there exists a sort of Max/PD lexicon that gives the name of certain  
> objects in Max (like cycle~) and the name of a similar or comparable  
> object in PD (osc~). If not, I think it would be a useful project  
> for an experienced PD and Max user with some free time. If anyone  
> knows of such a thing or any other good online documentation and  
> resources it would be a huge help to me and probably many others. I  
> think this would be really helpful for popularizing the software. I  
> know a few Max users who don't want to get into PD because they  
> don't want to relearn a bunch of things. I'm specifically looking  
> for PD versions of groove~, gizmo~, degrade~, and filtergraph~.  
> Also, If there is any sort of autotune type patch or spectral delay  
> or anything else thats really cool I guess. Thanks,
> -Steve
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