Did you know you can list all loaded external objects and their location with a simple message to Max?
Ever wanted to play multiple notes (voices) of your synthesizer or sampler at the same time? In Max, this is accomplished by using the poly~ object. In this video tutorial, we'll get you up …
Did you know that you can use differences between frames to detect movement?
Did you know you can include or exclude an object from Presentation View by sending it a message?
It's widely known that Miller Puckette, inventor of the Max language, named the program in honor of Max Mathews. It's less well-known that Miller did this not just because Max was deserving of the …
Did you know that you can use the shift key to create multiple patch cords to and from a single object?
Ever thought about making your own Vizzie modules? With Max 5.1.8, you get the Vizzie Kit and below you will find detailed instructions on how to use it, including how to make existing patches into …
In Max/MSP 5.1.8, you will find exciting additions to Vizzie. First, at the release of Vizzie a few months ago we heard from many of our users: We want to build modules, too.Now, with the …
Did you know you can scroll the flonum object with different degrees of precision?
Did you know you can build Max for Live devices that will work on Mac and Windows, even with third-party externals?
Did you know you can use bpatchers like subpatchers, without using an abstraction?
Did you know you can cause all loadbangs and loadmesses in your patch to output by clicking on one button?
Did you know that you can duplicate objects with a constant offset?
Did you know you can make Max crash–intentionally?
Did you know you can scale user interface objects in size and spacing?
Did you know you can make a high-pass filter using a low-pass filter?
Did you know you can build message boxes with the Inspector?
Did you know every new object box is a thesaurus?
Did you know message boxes work without patch cords?
Did you know there are four ways to unlock your patch?
The first step in optimizing your project is looking at how your patch is really doing. Follow this video tutorial to start benchmarking and optimizing your Jitter project.
We’re pleased to announce that the second Expo ’74 conference will take place October 14-16, 2011 at NYU Poly in Brooklyn, New York.We created Expo '74 as a way for Max users to connect with …
In 18 months, Max for Live has already become an essential tool for artists working with live media. The combined force of Ableton Live and Max/MSP in the hands of dynamic and creative people …