UBC Max/MSP/Jitter Toolbox:
Please note that UBC Toolbox version 0.98 will only run on Max 5.0 or higher and some of the modules in versions 0.99 and 1.00 require Max 6.0
Download the UBC Max/MSP/Jitter Toolbox (version 1.0) for Max 6 or 7 (32-bit versions of Max only) here
Download the UBC Max/MSP/Jitter Toolbox (version 0.99) for Max 6 (32-bit versions of Max only) here
Download the UBC Max/MSP/Jitter Toolbox (version 0.98) for Max 5 or Max 6 here
Download the UBC Max/MSP/Jitter Toolbox (version 0.92) for Max 4.3 - 4.6 here
UBC Toolbox modules (version 0.97) have been re-designed to support multiple instances of the modules within the same patch, so you can
now have as many independent copies of the modules in the same patch as your computer CPU will allow. Each bpatcher can be given an additional numerical argument
which alter its message names. For example, a delay module created with the argument - 6 will respond to messages such as [delayOnOff_6 1 ] or [ delayVolL_6 90 1000 ].
UBC Toolbox modules (version 0.98) has an object named UTB which will load and size the UBC toolbox bPatcher supplied as an argument. Create a
new object, and type [ UTB reverb ] OR [ UTB reverbBP ] and when you hit return the bPatcher will be loaded. If the module requires arguments add the arguments after
the toolbox name as in [ UTB auBP "AUMatrixReverb" ]
UBC Toolbox modules (version 0.99) has several new player modules designed for multichannel environments as well as some combined vbap / ambisonics
Requirements and Restrictions:
This version of the UBC Toolbox modules (0.90) require Max/MSP 4.3 or higher and Jitter 1.1 or higher.
Versions of the UBC Toolbox are available for Macintosh OS-X (with either PPC or Intel processors) and for Windows XP.
One or two modules do not yet have externals compiled for Windows XP so they will not run on Windows hardware.
Copyright and ownership information is included in the Info panel
associated with each module. These modules may be freely used and distributed provided that:
- they are not sold or included as part of a software product for sale,
- that the code is not modified,
- that the UBCToolbox logo is not removed.
Once the UBC Toolbox modules have been downloaded and installed, feel free to work through the
UBC Toolbox Tutorial created by Greg Newsome. This tutorial
provides a step-by-step description of how to use the Player and Effects modules.
Anyone wishing to use NoteAbilityPro in conjunction with the UBC Toolbox should read through
the Max/MSP - NoteAbilityPro Tutorial created by David Litke. This tutorial
covers all the ways that Max/MSP and NoteAbilityPro can be used together in conjunction with the UBC Toolbox.