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Mira 1.1.7 is now available

Good news, everyone: Mira 1.1.7 is out. Don’t forget to download an updated version of the Mira package for Max, in addition to the new version of the Mira app. So what’s new in Mira 1.1.7? In a word, speed. With this new version, we wanted to focus on stability and speed. We optimized the [...]

Join the Mogees Action

Bruno Zamborlin developed a new product that will allow you to turn every day objects into musical instruments. The iOS software shown on the Kickstarter page is based on the Max patch that Bruno uses for his live performances and installations. Mogees consists of a mobile app and a small sensor that detects and [...]

Things at CES 2014 That You Might Connect to Max

Whew! Boy am I not exhausted from not attending CES. Via my patented investigative technique of reading other news sources I am pleased to bring you this secondhand report of Things You Just Might Want to Consider Connecting to Max, If You’re So Inclined in that Direction. Up first. Smart lighting. So here’s the problem. You’re [...]

Mira Video Roundup

Two months ago, Mira was born. Of course, that doesn’t mean that development has stopped–far from it. Since the moment it came into the world, Mira has continued growing steadily. At this point you might well be wondering just how little Mira is coming along. Well, according to babycenter.com, at two months of development “your [...]

An early look at our mobile development

At the Code Control Festival in Leicester England this past weekend we gave attendees an advance peek at some of our mobile projects. Sam Tarakajian, our principal mobile developer, showed a new iPad app, the Mira controller for Max, that makes it possible, with as close to zero configuration as possible, to make [...]