This month’s look at Max for Live devices has turned out to be an exercise in synchronicity - nosing around on sites like maxforlive.com and checking our Projects gallery for interesting MFL devices and idea is a kind of in-company pastime for some of us.
We want to add a little more life to your transitions.
This week, Cycling '74 chats with the Currents New Media festival founders and checks out the first Voltage Connect conference.
A few months ago, I got a note from Michael Bierylo, the chair of the Electronic Production and Design (EPD) Department at Berklee College of Music.
This week, Cycling '74 has a book to help you think like a designer and shows you how to visualize FFT processing.
This week, Cycling '74 sits down to talk with a violinist/Maxer and reveals the trigger object’s secret identities.
This week, Cycling '74 checks out some hardware that plays well with Max, and cycles to the home of the Altiverb.
Our "On The Road" reports normally involve Cyclists making a quick visit somewhere and reporting on what was there.
This week, Cycling '74 presents the astounding AudioMix package for mixophiles, and visits with improvisor/Max maven.
Build Your Own Mixer The AudioMix package, created by the formidable Manuel Poletti, might take you by surprise.
This week, Cycling '74 talks Ableton and laptop orchestras with a long-time Max user and fills you in on the plot~ object (spoiler: you win!).
This week, Cycling '74 delves further into the mysteries of the FFT and suggests an amazing book about tape music and the 1960s counterculture.
This week, Cycling '74 recaps the 2017 NAMM show and its many wonders and takes a first look at the programmable OWL pedal.
Thank you for checking out something that's a little different for us: Tom Hall, Gregory Taylor and Darwin Grosse just finished up going through the NAMM convention, and are pretty exhausted.
This week, Cycling '74 finds harmonic inspiration and highlights a favorite object for visually oriented Maxers.
If you are like me, it’s easy to fall into track-writing rut.
This week, Cycling '74 starts a series on working with FFTs, and recommends a great book on visual and installation art.
This week, Cycling '74 visits with a biomedia artist about biomes and his (patching) life, and shows you some amazing tricks using the jstrigger object.
This week, Cycling '74 takes a look at the new Expert Sleepers ES-8, pairs it with a Max-based software toolkit, and shares a secret on the Link package.
This week, Cycling '74 celebrates the Kadenze Max tutorial and introduces you to a cool new Max for Live sequencer.
In recent MFL-related articles, I’ve been straightforward with you: I’m a little obsessed with sequencers, and especially with sequencers using unique interfaces.
Not all important Max projects exist in the Cycling '74 project gallery.
Get ready to control your Max patch from every device you own.... With Mira, we made it possible to control and mirror a Max patch on an iPad, giving multitouch control from any iPad on your local network.