In part 1, Darwin showed us all the fundamentals behind step sequencing in Max, and extended that from the computer to the controller. With hands-on, real-time, improvisatory control over a sequence, he articulated the technical …
Did you know you can set your audio to use multi-core processors and eliminate clicks while editing?
Did you know you can see each object's color-coded audio CPU usage?
Often with New Media the technology overwhelms the artwork. Not so in the work of Andrew Demirijian. His work gracefully incorporates technology and organic elements into his artwork while providing modern commentary on the …
Welcome to the first installment of a new series: “Working With Hardware”. For our first go-around, we are going to be working with a relatively new hardware controller – the Livid Instruments' Code – and …
Did you know that there's a special help system just for gen objects?
Did you know that you can use Apple's Audio Units in the vst~ object?
At Expo '74 in Brooklyn this year, Max users exhibited their work. Electronic Experiments projects are featured in the third video of the Science Fair series. Other videos include: Controllers Music Performance Design and Research
Did you know you can copy C code from the Internet and paste it into codebox, part of gen~?
At Expo '74 in Brooklyn this year, Max users exhibited their work. Musical performance projects are featured in the second video of the Science Fair series. Other videos include: Controllers Electronic Experiments Design and Research
Did you know that the join object is a better way to pack lists?
At Expo '74 in Brooklyn this year, Max users exhibited their work. Controllers are featured in the first video of the Science Fair series. Other videos include: Music Performance Electronic Experiments Design and Research
For the month of November 2011, I'm going to try to produce and post one new JSUI patch that uses the new MGraphics system. I'm currently working on MGraphics documentation, and thought that people would …
After doing a quick tutorial at the Cycling ’74 Expo, it became clear that lots of people out there were really surprised and happy to discover that they didn’t need to be a supergenius to …
Did you know you can route lists without slicing off the first element?
Powerful Toolset for Media Applications San Francisco, CA • October 26, 2011 -- Cycling ’74 today released Version 6.0 of its Max media development tools. Enhancements to Max 6 include extensive user interface improvements, higher-quality audio, …
Did you know you can align groups of objects in various ways and distribute them evenly in a linear arrangement?
Did you know, that in Max 6, you can copy and paste the colors of objects?
MSP Audio developer Tim Place shows off some of the audio quality improvements in Max 6. Sneak Peek videos: Max: Tour and usability features. Jitter: New 3D graphics features.