Andrea Agostini talks about his Expo '74 workshop.
Scott Fitzgerald talks about his Expo '74 workshop.
Nathan Bowen talks about his Expo '74 workshop.
You can easily record the audio from your patch.
Interpolate between presets using various scaling techniques.
Dan Nigrin talks about his Expo '74 workshop.
Nick Rothwell talks about his Expo '74 workshop.
You can disable loadbang and loadmess objects when you open a patch.
You know you can use pak to output math object calculations.
Ben Houge talks about his Expo '74 workshop.
Below you will find some academic pricing options for Max 6 (to be released 4th quarter 2011) and the new add-on to Max 6 called Gen.
With the release of Max 6, schools may choose to purchase an annual, renewable subscription.
Coming up with a clever Max patch is only part of the fun.
You can export the image of your Max patch as a .png file
The pattr object provides a versatile way to store and share values.
I want to share some news about the next major Max upgrade, version 6, arriving this fall. For us, Max 6 is about four things: accessibility, performance, quality, and workflow. Accessibility For some of you reading this, getting into Max was no big deal.
Powerful and Flexible Tools for Media
You can play a movie backward and create stop-motion effects in Jitter.
You can fix the width of any Max object, message, or comment box.
You can map your adc~ and dac~ to different hardware channels.
Surround concepts for The Morning Line.
It's rare these days to experience sound incorporated as an element into Public Art Works.
You can use a buffer~ name to send messages.