Andrew Spitz used Max to coordinate his music players, called Skube, through a custom network and to access APIs for playing and managing music.
Robert Henke (Monolake) creates electronic music and multimedia installations with his custom Max for Live devices and Max patches that connect sound with lighting effects and video.
SUE-C uses live camera input and simple video processing in Max to animate hundreds of different objects for her live performances and recorded work.
Masato Tsutsui creates stunning, audio-driven live visuals in Tokyo clubs powered by the interactive 3D graphics system in Max.
Ali Momeni's Time Machine uses Max to automate time-lapse and stop-motion animation, capture face and movement recognition, and connect to a video archival system.
Ryan Holsopple of 31 Down uses switches, sensors and buttons from the stage to retain control over the sound and lights.
Your serial number was emailed to you if you purchased Max 5 or 6 directly from Cycling ’74. If you cannot find it, log into your NetSuite account, choose the “My Account” tab, and click on the “Max 5 & 6 Serial Numbers” link to see the list.
When you visit your Ableton account on ableton.com, click the “View License Details” link under the list of products you own. The serial numbers will then be displayed.