Life of Schwag
Just so you know we care about giving away free stuff to promote our company, here is a list of things that have been given away over our 8-year history.
Cycling ’74 Updates Max/MSP/Jitter for Mac Intel
Cycling '74, a San Francisco-based music software company, today released Max/MSP v. 4.6 and Jitter v. 1.6 which add Universal Binary support for Intel-based Macs running OS 10.4 or later.
Most Embarrassing Celebrity Crush
For this installment of the c74office journal, you can learn who matches this description for the people at Cycling '74. Be sure to click on the heart to see the celebrity photo.
When a new shipment of Lemurs arrive from France, the excitement begins to grow at c74 headquarters. But it's not what you think. Yes, we are happy to receive a new shipment because it means people like the Lemur and are buying it. And, yes, it's always good to see that the big box of expensive hardware you just purchased arrived safely. Despite these good reasons, which occasionally lead to hugging the delivery driver, the best part is the BIG BOX.
Om NAMMa Shiva (Part N where N=3)
The nature of the booth traffic is visible not only in a relative dearth of exciting action demo photos on my part (I am giving them aforementioned demos, and thus otherwise occupied), but also in my relative lack of trade show mobility. There are a few exceptions.
Om NAMMa Shiva (Part N where N=2)
We’re behind the Apple booth. This is a good thing in that we are beside and right in the demo audio line of fire of the Sony booth; two such circumstances would probably make anyone mad as a hatter.
Om NAMMa Shiva (part N where N=1)
Greetings from the Los Angeles equivalent of a serious cold snap (which equates to an exceptionally nice respite from a Midwestern winter). Yes, it’s NAMM time again….