Photo: CMMAS Last week I made the trip to Morelia in Mexico.
This week, Cycling '74 reviews a book that’s already changed the coding world, spends a little time with a looper project, and points to a set of Max 7 externals you’ll love.
Not every project is an installation or museum piece.
This week, Cycling '74 introduces you to a seminal article on what Max is, reviews some hardware from Novation, and helps you get your OSC chops up to speed.
This week, I wanted to point you to some resources out there on the web that have to do with the underlying principles of Max.
This week, Cycling '74 drops in on a pair of wearable interface designers, patches up a little video control for BEAP modules, and road-tests a Mirafied Max for Live plug-in.
This week, Cycling '74 introduces you to an artist and her Macro-Cymatic instrument, visits a place where Twitter is made visible, and shows you how to manage multiple objects in Jitter.
A few months ago I stumbled across some stills from an installation that caught my eye.
This week, Cycling '74 releases a special new package with MPE support, takes filter design to the next level, and uses the Seaboard RISE as an effects controller.
The release of the RISE package gives us a chance to show the use of the Seaboard RISE in a different kind of context: as a video effects controller.
Working closely with ROLI, we at Cycling ’74 have released a huge content package focused on support for the Seaboard RISE as well as any other MIDI hardware that uses the MPE (Multidimensional Polyphonic Expression) standard.
This week, Cycling '74 reviews a beautiful-sounding reverb and takes a closer look at resources for getting into Max.
I think that we all love to watch Max demos.
This week, Cycling '74 helps you build recombinant video 12 (or more) ways, introduces you to a favorite Martian, and points to a small enhancement in Max.
This week, Cycling '74 finds a microverse of possibilities in a humble hi-hat synth, sits down with Mr.
One group of Live devices that I’m most interested in is drum synthesizers.
This week, Cycling '74 takes a sweeping look at filter design in MSP, delves into the Karplus-Strong resources, and checks out some augmented Indonesian musical awesomeness.
This week, Cycling '74 gives you a quick tutorial on the patcherargs object, talks with Andrew Blanton about making sound visible, and introduces you to a sound game.
This week, Cycling '74 chats with the creator of “Performer”, recommends a guide to “do Windows”, and breaks a record for the shortest instructional video ever.
This week, Cycling '74 browses the "Experimental" section, spends a few minutes with Mira, and generates visuals with a new Package.
This week, we released a new version of Max along with a surprise: an updated version of Mira! If you aren’t familiar with Mira, it is our Max programming ‘window’ for the iPad that uses a few specific objects (mira.frame, mira.multitouch and mira.motion) to provide a complete two-way connection between your tablet and your Max patch. This update is primarily a maintenance update, focused on improvements on network connectivity and application stability.
I happen to love tools that pull me into a different mental space.
This week, Cycling '74 continues its discussions with Beaudry Interactive, spends time with a new oscillator in BEAP, and discovers something new unexpectedly.
Regardless of whether you like programming on Mac or Windows, sometimes you will have your hands tied when you are putting a show machine together.