Attending the annual NAMM show is a tradition for many people I know.
Cycling '74 and Georgia Tech are co-hosting a music, art, and technology fair in Atlanta on Saturday, March 7th.
We’re pleased to announce that VIDVOX 's Interactive Shader Format (ISF) for Jitter is available for download and installation using Max’s Package Manager.
Instructions for using unsigned externals on Mac OS 10.15+
Following on the heels of recent substantial updates to the bach and cage packages of tools for composers, Andrea Agostini and Daniele Ghisi have announced the arrival of a new addition to the bach family.
There is a playfulness which threads Sarah Belle Reid's work together -- whether she is duetting with a Serge system, collaborating with Hainbach through Instagram, or controlling a boutique Max patch with an interface of her own design.
I imagine that there are some of you out there who made your way through the Audio Routes set of multichannel audio devices, example Live Sets and detailed documentation and found yourself thinking about creating some multichannel audio devices of your own.
Adam Rohksar (who currently teaches at NYU Steinhardt in the Music Technology program) has a long history of teaching media arts, including Max, to a wide range of people, from elementary school students to graduate students. Have you ever wondered what it’s like to teach Max to 10-year-olds? It’s not often that we find someone who has worked with this age group, so please read on for some fascinating insights into that process.
The HISS Impulse Response Toolbox is now available as a Max package! While this amazing collection of MSP tools for working with convolution, deconvolution, and other impulse response-related tasks first appeared and whetted the appetites of MSP users back in 2012, the package manager version (2.0) now includes a complete new set of reference documentation, updated helpfiles, some new objects, and a number of new Max abstractions, including a new Convolution Reverb ...
With the release of Live 10, an important (and previously unavailable) feature was added to the Live API: the opportunity for a programmer to access audio anywhere within a Live session through a M4L device.