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== Overview Material ==
 
== Overview Material ==
  
[http://cycling74.com/docs/max5/vignettes/core/rewire.html ReWire Vignette]
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* [http://cycling74.com/docs/max5/vignettes/core/rewire.html ReWire Vignette]
 
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* [http://cycling74.com/docs/max5/refpages/msp-ref/rewire~.html ReWire Reference]
[http://cycling74.com/docs/max5/refpages/msp-ref/rewire~.html ReWire Reference]
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* [http://cycling74.com/2006/09/18/rewire-essentials-1-from-maxmsp-to-your-host/ ReWire Essentials, Part 1]
 
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* [http://cycling74.com/2006/12/15/rewire-essentials-part-two/ ReWire Essentials, Part 2]
[http://cycling74.com/2006/09/18/rewire-essentials-1-from-maxmsp-to-your-host/ ReWire Essentials, Part 1]
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[http://cycling74.com/2006/12/15/rewire-essentials-part-two/ ReWire Essentials, Part 2]
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== Using Max with Reason ==
 
== Using Max with Reason ==

Revision as of 15:30, 23 October 2012

Contents


Overview Material

Using Max with Reason

In the ReWire Essentials tutorials (linked above), we used Max as both a mixer (hosting application) and "device" (controlled application). These are the two sides of the ReWire connectivity equation, and Max can work equally in both modes. In order to dive into ReWire at a deeper level, let's look at a connection to one of the most-used ReWire packages there is: Propellerheads Reason.