New Max/MSP ebook in Spanish and English
Francisco Colasanto, who works as assistant director at Centro Mexicano para la Música y las Artes Sonoras (CMMAS) in Morelia, Mexico, has released the first two modules of a new ebook about Max/MSP on the center’s web site CMMAS.org. The first module is free (after registering with the site) and covers the Max interface. The [...]
Next up in the “Programming Guide for Artists” series
Francisco Colasanto — an Expo ’74 exhibitor and skilled Max user, teacher, and technical coordinator at CMMAS — has released the second volume of his “Programming Guide for Artists” books. His first volume was the first Spanish-language book devoted to Max. The second volume is an eBook and takes advantage of video and sound available [...]
I recently encountered an interesting group of people doing what they call “sketching in hardware”. Look at last year’s conference to get an idea of the diversity of this concept. Underlying all this diversity is a breadboarding approach that feels very much like Max: connecting modules as a form of experimentation, trying to simplify the [...]
Book on writing audio externals in C for Max and Pd now available
Eric Lyon, developer of numerous cool MSP objects including the FFTease series, has written an amazingly comprehensive new book on writing audio externals in C for Max and Pd. Eric takes you through a series of twelve examples to illustrate how to implement audio and DSP concepts in external objects. Learn more about Designing Audio [...]
Putting Max into Words
Our Italian friends Maurizio Giri and Alessandro Cipriani, authors of Electronic Music and Sound Design, tell us why their book is worth checking out and offer insight into its writing in this interview with Cycling ’74.
An Interview with Francisco Colasanto
Francisco Colasanto recently published Max/MSP: Guía de Programación para Artistas, the first Spanish-language book devoted to Max. In this interview, we get a chance to catch up with Francisco and learn more about his in-depth book as well as his work at CMMAS in Mexico and elsewhere.
One of the blessings of love is what others bring into our life. Or rather, what others may leave lying on the coffee table for us to stumble across...