Provides polyphonic voice-allocation by allocating data to different individual voices.
If there is no second argument, or if the second argument is poly sends any notes it cannot hold out the rightmost outlet. If there is a non=zero second argument, poly steals voices: when poly receives more notes than it has voices, it turns off the note it has held the longest and puts the new note in its place.,
Common Box Attributes
Out left outlet: The output is the voice number of the note-on or note-off being sent out.
Out 2nd outlet: The output is the pitch of the note-on or note-off.
Out 3rd outlet: The number is the velocity of the note-on or note-off.