A few months ago, I got a note from Michael Bierylo, the chair of the Electronic Production and Design (EPD) Department at Berklee College of Music.
If you are like me, it’s easy to fall into track-writing rut.
We’ve talked a lot about Expert Sleepers’ products in recent months.
Not all important Max projects exist in the Cycling '74 project gallery.
A few months ago, I wrote up an article about a few guitar-oriented audio interfaces, including units by IK Multimedia and Behringer.
Not every project is an installation or museum piece.
I think that we all love to watch Max demos.
One of my friends had an off-the-cuff statement that has stuck with me: “When I die, bury me in reverb…”.
Although you work as a consultant and developer with Cycling '74, you are also an active media artist.
One group of Live devices that I’m most interested in is drum synthesizers.
In Part 11 of the "A Few Minutes with BEAP" tutorial series, we continue our series of creating systems using BEAP modules.
I happen to love tools that pull me into a different mental space.
In Part 10 of the “A Few Minutes with BEAP” tutorial series, we take a step away from creating monosynth emulations and drum models, and instead create an ever-changing flutter.
Hi David! Thanks for chatting with us.
This week we start looking into some of the cool devices that people have been creating in Max for Live, and using them within the Max environment.
Our friends at Kadenze are putting on a little ‘townhall chat’ with a panel of interesting people on Twitter from across the Music Tech world.