This week, Cycling '74 takes you along on a visit to the NIME conference and checks out a live coding package in Max.
I spent last week in Copenhagen, Denmark having my mind prodded, scanned, tickled, and – now and then – totally expanded. Here's some of what I saw and heard....
The popular browser based live-coding environment Gibberwocky connects to Max.
This week, Cycling '74 goes fanboy on the rate~ object and aims you at great reads on audio culture.
Read about a book to savor rather than devour. It’s a collection of original documents from throughout the history of sound arts, chock-full of writing about and by breadth of people that obsess about sound - excerpts from theses, publications and even album covers.
This week, Cycling '74 creates a pair of FFT objects and gives you a peek at SEAMUS 2017.
The annual SEAMUS conference is the perfect way to focus on a gathering of composers, inventors and academics that share a passion for electro-acoustic music.
This week, Cycling '74 goes on the road to Superbooth in Berlin and checks out an interface for Akai MPC Max patching.
Superbooth is really turning into a go-to place to check out what’s new inside and outside of the analog synth world. I spent three days prowling the halls, twiddling knobs and generally having an amazing (if noisy) time. Here’s a bunch of what I saw and heard.