Max for App
First of all, I want to say thank you to Dan Nigrin for his support. Finally, I’m entered in the World of applications built with Max/MSP. I think that I’ll prepare a little tutorial available on my website to explain my experience, maybe it can be useful for someone. In fact, in this months I had many requests about many of my applications. But now, something is available in download directly from App Store. In my official website you can find everything, especially in “programming” section. This video is a demonstration of one of this softwares.
Every software is certificated by Softpedia.
I show you this applications, with something new.
Scale Finder: A minimalistic and user friendly OS X utility which helps you find the notes of every scale from a small keyboard user interface. Scale Finder is a free and very easy-to-use Mac OS X application which enables you to find the notes of every scale you want.
Common Keys Finder: A minimal and user friendly OS X tool that allows you to find common notes between two scales with ease using a small keyboard interface. Common Keys Finder is a free and easy-to-use Mac OS X application which enables you to find common notes between two scales.
Digital Machine: A lightweight and streamlined Mac OS X sound generation utility that provides a simple GUI for creating and manipulating soundscapes. Digital Machine is a free and easy-to-use Mac OS X application which enables you to create experimental soundscapes by manipulating sounds and producing digital beats.
Sine Waves Orchestra: A lightweight and easy-to-use Mac OS X sound generative utility designed to produce a probabilistic composition using sine waves. Sine Waves Orchestra is a free sound generative Mac OS X application that will enable you to create probabilistic compositions with sine waves.
I remember to everyone that this applications are only for Mac, so aren’t compatible with Windows or smartphone.
PS (for users): If you’ll use this on some projects, please let me know. I’ll repost your work. I think that is useful for me and for you.
How was MAX used?
Everything is built with Max/MSP 6 and uploaded on Mac App Store.