Find a Max Trainer


    On this page, you can find people around the world who offer their skills for one-on-one training or tutorials for Max, MSP, and Jitter. If you consider yourself to be such a person, we encourage you to email us to be added to the list with this information when applicable - Contact: Website: Specialty: Area of Expertise: Location: More info:
    Visit this page for a list of various ways and places to learn Max or hire a Max programmer.
    Note: Cycling '74 provides this page as a courtesy to our customers and to our community. We do not personally endorse any workshops, individual consultants or trainers.

    United States

    Thomas Martinez: thomasjohnmartinez@gmail.com Website: http://customarttools.com Speciality: Patient and Experienced Max Tutor. Great for projects with a deadline or just for fun! Area of Expertise: Video Manipulation for Live Performance and Installation. Audio Processing and Spatialization. Max for LIve. See this link here for a Max Talk I did on some sound processing: http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/50769917 More Info: http://thomasjohnmartinez.com
    Anthony Palomba: apalomba@computational-arts.com Website: computational-arts.com Specialty: Composition, audio/visual performances and art installations Area of Expertise: DSP, sound design, electro-acoustic composition, generative graphics, game development (Playstation,Xbox,PC,Unity), custom app and plugin development Location: Austin, Texas More info: I studied computer science and music composition at the University of Texas and have gone on to explore the many cross currents of art and technology. Over the years, I have used many tools, but my favorite has always been Max, I have been using Max for over 10 years and am very knowledgeable in implementing creative ideas that utilize audio and video elements. I have a passion for teaching programming skills and modeling the creative process that allows people to express themselves in Max. I offer a learning experience for beginners as well as advanced users.
    Les Stuck: les@cycling74.com Website: www.lesstuck.com Speciality: Bringing out the best in beginners, intermediate, and advanced Max users and abusers. Area of Expertise: Organization, Spatialization, Max for Live, OpenGL, Working with Dance More Info: Check out some of my patches in the Max examples folder.

    Canada

    Kyle Duffield: mail@kyleduffield.com Website: http://www.kyleduffield.com Specialty: I can assist at a range of skill levels and provide insight into a range of topics. I offer technical consultancy, tutoring, software development, and commissions. Area of Expertise: Interactive Installation, Arduino / electronics, OpenGL, Kinect, audio, DMX, programming logic, project management, software design and workflow. Location: Toronto, Canada More Info: Kyle Duffield Toronto based interactive installation artist and designer and technical consultant who operates out of the studio and event space Electric Perfume. He has used Max since 2010 and has delivered numerous large scale interactive installations using Max including work that has been permanently acquired by the Art Gallery of Hamilton. Additionally, he has been teaching Max since 2012 privately, as well as at numerous institutions, including Ontario College of Art and Design University, Interaccess Media Centre, SAW Video, and Electric Perfume and has taught online courses for the Australian based R.P.P. He has also worked as a developer and technical consultant for artists to realize their interactive projects. 

    Central America

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    South America

    Oscar CARMONA: cursosmaxmsp@gmail.com // osfacar@gmail.com Website: http://oscarcarmona.wordpress.com/ Specialty: Max for Live & Max/MSP/Jitter courses in Santiago of Chile. Training, One-on-one tutorials, Courses, Skype tutorials, etc. Area of Expertise: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced level Max, MSP, and Jitter. Specialising in Realtime Audio Processing, MaxForLive and OpenGL. More info: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Clases-MaxMsp-Chile/1578149182422276 Based in Chile.
    Adina Izarra: adina.izarra@gmail.com Website: http://prof.usb.ve/aizarra/ Specialty: Musical Composition and interactivity Area of Expertise: Interactivity in music Location: Guayaquil, Ecuador More info: Private classes offered

    Europe

    Nicolas Canot: nikanomail@gmail.com Website: http://nicolascanot.tumblr.com/ Specialty: Group training, one to one tutorials Area of Expertise: Sound creation, Composition, Improvisation. More info: I'm a sound/digital artist, improviser, guitar player and teacher based in Reims, France. My work is focused for several years on electronic/electroacoustic music and sound creations, often relative to real or fictional acoustic spaces (binaural works, headphones live performances, computer controlled rotating speakers, multi-channels sound installations etc). My sound creations/installations were performed/showed in France, England, Romania, Portugal and soon, in Canada or Poland. I perform as a solo artist and regularly collaborates with visual or sound artists as well as jazz instrumentalists like Sylvain Darrifourcq, Luis Vina, Jean-Christophe Hanché, Eduardo Cunha, Alexandra Grimal, Luis Eurico Costa, GMTW, Ivan Polliart, Jean-Baptiste Berger, Fabien Cali, José Alberto Gomes, João Menezes or José Pedro Coelho, to name some of them. I'm an associated artist, curator, publisher, translator for 23.03 [art contemporain collective : http://www.2303.fr/] as well as former artist of Tacomma [improvised music collective]. I also teach sound art theory, history & practices, conducting workshops in High Schools and Universities using softwares such as Max/MSP/Jitter, Pure Data, Ableton Live, Arduino etc.
    Julien Bayle: julien@julienbayle.net Website: julienbayle.net Specialty: sound & visual interactions, interface design, max for live Area of Expertise: sound & dsp design, visual & jitter hardcore design More info: using Max since 2006, teaching it since 2010
    Coralie Diatkine: info@coraliediatkine.eu Website: http://coraliediatkine.eu/ Area of Expertise: Industrial and creative sound design, interaction, sound installations music performance, music, composition. Spatial audio (ambisonics, binaural, wfs), sound synthesis and processing, data sonification, auralization. Acoustics, Psychoacoustics. Location: Paris / Strasbourg, France More info: Sound designer, musician, music and audio technology teacher, technical writer for IRCAM ( Open Music and AudioSculpt user manuals). Graduated from Sonic Arts Research Center. With this extended experience, I can target the needs of the students accordingly to their, goals, skills, needs and abilities. I provide a well-structured, documented training that is suited to all types of audiences, designed to meet your needs and make you autonomous.
    Mark Linnane: marklinnane@gmail.com Website: http://marklinnane.net/ Areas of expertise: Audio synthesis + analysis, interactive installation, generative music, realtime performance, Max + Arduino, video manipulation, generative video More info: Max lecturer at Trinity College, Dublin. Digital artist, creative technologist and video producer, working with Max since 2001.
    Ivan Osipenko: ivanosipenko@gmail.com Areas of expertise: Synthesis, Sound Design, Synth building, Controllerism More info: Professional Sound Designer with nearly 10 year experience. Working with max since 2010. Teaching since 2012.
    Franz Rosati: info@franzrosati.com Website: www.franzrosati.com Areas of expertise: Interactive Systems, Computer Vision, Interactive Sound Design, OpenGL More info: Freelance Interaction Designer, Music composer, Lecturer, independent sound & visual artist C'74 Max user since 2004
    Julien Vincenot: please use contact form on website Website: http://julienvincenot.com, http://www.unmapped.xyz Specialty: Composer, laptop improviser (Unmapped collective), music researcher, computer music designer/consultant, computer music teacher Area of Expertise: MaxMSP (since 2003, teaching since 2010) / electroacoustic, mixed and interactive music / interactive installations / generative music and computer-aided composition with PWGL and CommonLISP (since 2007, teaching since 2010), OpenMusic and IRCAM tools (since 2013), bach library (since 2014) / links between Max/bach and LISP based generative systems / computer-aided music analysis / constraints systems Location: Paris, France More info: CV available on my website

    Asia Minor

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    Middle East

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    Africa

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    Asia

    Tobias Rosenberger: tobias@tobiasrosenberger.de Website: http://www.tobiasrosenberger.de Specialty: Training, One-on-one tutorials, Workshops Area of Expertise: Max, Jitter, Dmx, Arduino More info: based in Shanghai > 6 months/year

    Pacific

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