Aside from the standard Max patch grovel, one of the most common categories of requests for assistance on the Max Forums seem to have to do with wrapping one's head around the mathematics associated with a given task.
Doing book reviews for a newsletter has turned out to be a more subtle practice than I initially expected.
Alessandro Cipriani & Maurizio Giri (one of the most active Max-focused writing units around), introduced the first volume of their ‘Electronic Music and Sound Design’ series a few years ago - first in Italian, and then English translations by David Stutz, followed a bit later by a second volume.
If you're interested in electronic music, this is a great time to be alive and listening.
Paul Théberge has taken on a pretty hefty job: documenting the history and direction of music-making and music-consuming technology.
Within mere weeks of Microsoft releasing their Kinect camera for the XBox, excited developers have been racing to add support for different platforms.
In this review, Nick Rothwell explains Max for Live in terms of what the addition of Max offers to Live users.
In this article, Jim Aikin reviews the new add-on product to Live, developed by Ableton and Cycling '74, with a detailed account of his experience.
Eowave has introduced another product in their line of sensor to MIDI interfaces called the Eobody2 HF, a wireless sensor to USB MIDI device.
This week the new Eowave OEM USB boards arrived at Cycling '74 HQ, and I was all too happy to give it a test drive.