The act of creation is often a lonely one, full of moments of self-doubt and tiny obstacles that show up and you can’t phone your friends in search of advice.
We are happy to introduce the new Sensel package, available through the Max Package Manager. The package includes a pair of Max objects that provide access to the Morph multitouch surface.
After a year’s worth of work, K-Devices has started a new series of Max for Live Devices - the OOG (Out Of Grid) Tools. Pull up a chair and I’ll walk you through a pair of amazing sources of Max(imum) mayhem.
This immensely enjoyable read sneakily enlightens you without equations - by asking you a few simple questions (What do you do or leave undone? When's the best time to act, to stay, or to leave? Does neatness matter?), and connecting them to machines and the people who taught them to formalize those questions.
When it comes to FM synthesis Max for Cats’ Bengal most definitely is not Your Father’s DX7. It’s one of the most intriguing synths available in the Live environment.
Mutable Instruments announced that they were retiring one of the stalwart modules of modern Eurorack analog systems: the Braids digital macro-oscillator. We’d like to offer a eulogy for this highly influential device.
This week, Cycling '74 elucidates the finer points of Packages and chats with Harrison Sayed about an EP of Max patches.
This is a chat about procedural composition, alternative means of distribution, Max patching, and audio vs. visual work, and includes a link to download the EP of Max patches.
This week, Cycling '74 checks out a new touch interface with some cool features and recommends some podcasts about the subjects we love.
We are going to take a little break from talking about Package Manager releases to talk about something else - podcasts. I love ‘em, I love making them, and I love sharing them. In this article, I’d like to introduce you to three podcasts that have proven to be quite interesting and influential to us.