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    Author: Gregory Taylor Published by: Cycling '74
    Provides the recipes for over a dozen step sequencers that range from basic to surprisingly deep.

    Author: Eric Lyon
    This book guides the reader step-by-step through the process of designing externals, from concept through implementation in English.

    Author: Peter Elsea
    Explores topics from the fundamentals of acoustics through the basics of recording, composition with the tools of music concreté, and music production with MIDI instruments, softsynths and digital audio Workstations. Later sections of the book cover synthesis in depth and introduce high powered computer composition languages including Csound, ChucK, and Max/MSP.

    Author: Francisco Colasanto
    Music and sound focused academic text on how to program with MaxMSP, written in Spanish.

    Max/MSP: Programming Guide for Artists, Volume 2 Max 6: Interface

    Teaching techniques for different levels and a reference source on the Max programming language, written in English and Spanish.

    Max/MSP: Programming Guide for Artists, Max 6: Synthesis I

    Teaching techniques for different levels and a reference source on the Max programming language, written in English and Spanish.

    Authors: Alessandro Cipriani and Maurizio Giri (Foreword by David Zicarelli)
    Explains sound design, music and concepts through Max, and gives lots of examples throughout. Available in Italian and English. Volume 1 updated for Max 7.

    Author: V. J. Manzo
    Use Max to write custom software for musical interaction. The book will discuss the concepts needed to complete your project, complete many projects in a step-by-step style guide, and look at numerous included software examples of working systems.

    Author: Todd Winkler

    Author: Masayuki Akamatsu
    Numerous Max books in Japanese

    Author: Julien Bayle
    A guide explaining the Max integration inside Ableton Live, the LOM use and much more (Available in French and English)

    Author: Carlos D. Perales
    An introduction to the digital synthesis through Max MSP or vice versa. At the same time that the different types of synthesis and their theoretical principles are explained, the resources offered by this digital tool are explored through a detailed explanation of practical examples.