So you want to move data between two or more computers in real time.
While there are many methods to move MIDI and audio data between programs on a computer, ReWire (developed by Propellerheads) has become the most popular system.
(All involved shall remain anonymous.) I was sitting at my desk today and overheard a tiny piece of a story from a co-worker.
AWARD WINNING PROGRAMMING ENVIRONMENT FOR NEW MEDIA San Francisco, CA • August 11, 2006 - Cycling '74, a San Francisco-based music software company, today released Max/MSP v.
Many people already know that Jitter can be a fantastic tool for video processing, but what about audio? Used with a bit of cleverness, a matrix can be just the thing for that patching impasse.
With the proliferation of inexpensive home theater sound systems and the easy access to surround sound authoring tools, theater-style mixing has become a viable option for the home studio musician.
Welcome to the second installment of Stupid JS Tricks.
It doesn't have quite the same ring as Letterman's "Stupid Pet Tricks" but you get the point...
Several years ago, I wrote a rather lighthearted piece for the old Pluggo website about how I wrote my very first pluggo plug-in using MSP.
The second installment of Jitter Recipes is a collection of simple examples that began as weekly posts to the MaxMSP mailing list.
So, you've finished the tutorials, you understand the basics of digital audio, and you can imagine using a jitter matrix for something.
In this tutorial, Nick Rothwell will lead us through the process of setting up the powerful Eclipse IDE for creating MXJ objects for Max. Here we go... Setting up the Eclipse Project I'm assuming that the workspace will be in /Users/~~username~~/workspace - if not, make the necessary alterations.
This is a quick rundown of how the MXJ class loader works, and the implications for class variables (statics). The first time an MXJ object is instantiated in Max/MSP, a JVM is launched to host the MXJ objects.
The nature of the booth traffic is visible not only in a relative dearth of exciting action demo photos on my part (I am giving them aforementioned demos, and thus otherwise occupied), but also in my relative lack of trade show mobility.