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(Adding a section for glossary. This could be a place for tutorials on specific DSP terms like latency, aliasing, zipper noise. It is less Max-specific than Topics and Techniques, and more "what is" than "how to".)
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Revision as of 16:11, 22 January 2013


Welcome to the Cycling '74 Wiki - a place where you can help shape and maintain a repository of useful information about Max, MSP, and Jitter. As a quick look around will show, pages and sections are constantly appearing, under development and being expanded. Since this Wiki is a work in progress, your help is going to be essential in terms of defining both the content and form for the Wiki. So consider this a call to action – the Editing QuickStart page will help you get started sharing the Max, MSP or Jitter information that you value.

Those who come after you will thank you as we thank you now. Onward!

All About Max

Learn more about Max, MSP and Jitter.


Max and Technology

Using specific technologies within the Max environment


Max Interfaces

Using Max with the rest of the world

DMX
Kinect
Lemur
Monome


Topics and Techniques

Learning Max-specific techniques and strategies


Terminology

A glossary of DSP and image-processing terms with examples in Max.


People and Places

Max in the real world - workshops/courses, events, and resources


Do you want to write an article?

Here is some information that can help.