We want to add a little more life to your transitions.
Build Your Own Mixer The AudioMix package, created by the formidable Manuel Poletti, might take you by surprise.
Get ready to control your Max patch from every device you own....
MIDI controllers are an obsession for a lot of us.
Last week I flew out to Durham, NC to attend and perform at Moogfest 2016.
Last week, Gregory reviewed Curtis Roads’ Microsound, so it’s only fitting that this week we’ve added Nathan Wolek’s LowkeyNW package to the Max Package Manager.
The ‘custom looper’ is one of those classic Max projects that is a rite of passage for most audio-curious Max enthusiasts.
Wesley Smith is a really smart guy.
With our new 7.1 release, we are introducing a new Package Manager window that provides immediate access to Max Packages hand-picked by C74.
Imagine you are using Jitter, and your webcam is going, and you catch a glimpse of yourself, and think "great time for a selfie if I just had the right filter." What do you do? Like many folks these days, I'm a big fan of split tone colorizing effects, so I threw together a way to do them in using Gen (jit.gl.pix).
Today a friend asked me about creating a sort of streaky feedback effect that resembled pixels melting.
I was thinking today how fun it would be to knock together a very primitive 3-color function generator video synth using jit.gl.pix, and wanted to share this with you guys.
Now that many of you have had time to download and do a little exploring the latest release, I'm curious to hear what parts of Max 7 are really doing it for you.
Ableton's Christian Kleine was one of the first people to dig into Max for Live and really start using it.