Max 8 has added some new tools that make finding the information you need as you patch faster and easier.
In August of 2019, we published some fascinating projects by old friends and new faces from all over the world, but just who are these adventurers as artists; as professionals; as members of our Max ...
With this article, I’d like to highlight a number of our favorite free video lessons.
Darwin reviews In the Field - The Art of Field Recording, a book of interviews by Uniformbooks (UK).
There is a lot to like about search in Max 8 - but what kinds of searches are available, and when should you use them? Let's take a look at the search tools available to Max ...
I love recommending thought-provoking books that range widely over a subject and generate ideas like sparks off of a Catherine Wheel. Music Beyond Airports: Appraising Ambient Music will be a great addition to your bookshelf.
It's summer - time to plug something new into your headphones.
Amazing things can happen when two people from different mediums come together to form a novel and highly expressive dialog. Video artist Nisa Karnsomport and sound experimentalist Ellen Phan have used their collaborative dialog to create a detailed yet highly commanding sensory performance.
Learning Max on your own can be difficult, which is why we at Cycling 74 have created a vast collection of documentation that’s built into Max. However, if you open the Documentation window under Help > Reference it can still seem daunting and challenging to know where to start.
I tend to be interested in a particular type of plug-in that strives for an easy-to-use UI and provides a range of great results rather than offering a billion possibilities. Sometimes, you just want to dial up a silky reverb or an interesting delay-based sound castle onstage with a minimum of Repetitive Stress Disorder.