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'''Nicolas Déflache'''
  
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'''Contact''': please use contact form on website
  
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'''Website''': http://www.nicolasdeflache.fr
  
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'''Specialty''': Sound artist (Theater, Contemporary Music), Consultant, Programmer.
  
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'''Area of Expertise''': Max/MSP, Max4Live, IRCAM software, Audio Engineering
  
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'''More info''': using Max since 2003
 
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'''Ádám Siska'''
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'''Contact''': Please use contact form on my website
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'''Website''': http://www.sadam.hu/
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'''Specialty''': Software developer, composer & laptop artist.
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'''Area of Expertise''': Max/MSP development (mainly externals in C++ and Java); expertise in real-time networked performances and audio analysis & synthesis
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'''More info''': I'm the author of the collection of externals entitled 'The sadam Library'; I've also contributed to several major Max-based projects since 2006. See my CV for more details.
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==Asia Minor==
 
==Asia Minor==

Revision as of 11:15, 12 December 2012

If you wish to offer your services as a consultant or programmer to others working on projects that include Max, MSP, or Jitter, you may provide a brief listing identifying yourself and your services. This page is intended to serve as a starting point for further contact rather than a place to publish a CV or examples of your work.

Here is an example entry:

Max Gardener

Contact: <your contact email>

Website: <your website's URL>

Specialty: Consultant/Programmer

Area of Expertise: Jitter, Arduino, Max object programming


United Kingdom


David Butler

Contact: david@theimpersonalstereo.com

Website: http://www.theimpersonalstereo.com

Specialty: Systems integration, installations, custom C-coded Max/Jitter objects

Area of Expertise: Networked applications, advanced show control applications, lighting control (DMX, Art-Net), video & OpenGL

More info: I work in the entertainment industry and am experienced in developing custom solutions for video/lighting/show control problems in very short timescales.


Luke Woodbury

Contact: luke@lukewoodbury.co.uk

Website: http://lukewoodbury.co.uk/

Specialty: Consultancy, programming, hardware, interactive and multi-sensory installations, resources for special educational needs, immersive experiences and assistive technology

Area of Expertise: Max/MSP/Jitter, Arduino, DMX lighting, OSC, tablet and wireless interfaces, vibro-tactile technologies, motion tracking

More info: I have been performing, installing and doing daily work with Max for several years. I am currently contracted within a special needs school to continue development of their sensory studio.


Europe


Nicolas Déflache

Contact: please use contact form on website

Website: http://www.nicolasdeflache.fr

Specialty: Sound artist (Theater, Contemporary Music), Consultant, Programmer.

Area of Expertise: Max/MSP, Max4Live, IRCAM software, Audio Engineering

More info: using Max since 2003


Ádám Siska

Contact: Please use contact form on my website

Website: http://www.sadam.hu/

Specialty: Software developer, composer & laptop artist.

Area of Expertise: Max/MSP development (mainly externals in C++ and Java); expertise in real-time networked performances and audio analysis & synthesis

More info: I'm the author of the collection of externals entitled 'The sadam Library'; I've also contributed to several major Max-based projects since 2006. See my CV for more details.



Asia Minor


<your name here>

Contact:

Website:

Specialty:

Area of Expertise:

More info: