MC

MC

MC allows multiple channels of audio in a single patchcord. It also supports standard MSP objects operating on many channels of audio at the same time. MC objects typically have an mc. or mcs. prefix.

Visualization objects, like meter~ and scope~ will automatically adapt themselves to multichannel signals present at their inputs.

Existing MSP objects work inside a "Wrapper" that allows them to operate on multichannel signals. Many new objects have also been added to provide multichannel signal manipulation.

MC Categories

MC can be split into several categories:

Spatialization: Working with multiple channels over multiple speakers.

Complexity: Creating more complex patches using MC objects.

Polyphony: Using MC to manage polyphony.

Gen: Dealing with MC signals in Gen.

Events: Generating events for MC objects.

Other MC Topics

Plug-in Support is provided by the mc.vst~, mcs.vst~, mc.amxd~ and mcs.amxd~ objects.

MC Mixing and Panning can take many forms, including up- and down-mixing, multi-speaker panning and advanced routing.

Common Help Files

See Also

Name Description
Sound Processing Techniques Sound Processing Techniques
mc.adc~
mc.cell
mc.channelcount~
mc.combine~
mc.dac~
mc.degrade~
mc.deinterleave~
mc.dup~
mc.evolve~
mc.gradient~
mc.interleave~
mc.list~
mc.mixdown~
mc.noteallocator~
mc.pack~
mc.resize~
mc.route
mc.separate~
mc.target
mc.targetlist
mc.unpack~
multirange