Since lighting a candle rather than cursing the darkness is itself a form of self-care as many of us shelter in place throughout the world, I thought this might be a good time for use to share a few pointers to things out there that you might find worth investigating if you find your mobility limited. During our shared isolation, let’s see about sharing those things that connect us.
Creating a book that can effectively cover a topic as wide-ranging as algorithmic music has many challenges. Let's see how editors Alex McLean and Roger T.
Many are facing the need to teach or present work using Max remotely, this article shows how to set up streaming from your computer.
MOXsonic Festival, now in its 3rd year, is a gathering that hits all the right points: the right crowd, the right vibe, the right size, amazing performers, a generous audience, great sound/great venues. Here's what happened this year.
Cycling '74 is working with academic institutions to assist with remote teaching situations.
On May 17, David and Randy will join host Andrew Luck in Seattle.
It’s no surprise that the recent release of the Audio Routes tools for multichannel audio routing in Max for Live and the MC features of Max 8 has resulted in a resurgence of interest in spatial audio. While the world is full of Max for Live (and Max) users who have fired up the tools and marvel to converting their audio playback into a veritable Holiday on Ice audio choreography, there are people out there who are now more curious about the subject in general - trying to understand the relationship between what they see in the UI and what they hear, wondering what they could “do next,” or just wishing to know a little more about the tools they’re using.
On the evening of April 3rd, Cycling '74 will be hosting an evening of casual presentations and performances.
In this article, I’ll share where I looked for advice and edification when I first started patching in Gen (and where I search still).