Max user Kevin Holland and his partner just launched a new music-making project called Luminth that you should check out.
Eric Lyon, author of the book Designing Audio Objects for Max/MSP and Pd, will be teaching a workshop on designing your own audio objects at Harvestworks in New York City on Saturday, May 18.
The new (beta) Code Export feature of Gen has only been around for about a month, and is still sparsely documented, but that didn't stop Varun Nair at the Designing Sound blog from digging in and trying it out.
Next week, a special event will be happening in Brooklyn at Roulette.
At the Code Control Festival in Leicester England this past weekend we gave attendees an advance peek at some of our mobile projects.
Matthew Davidson, the developer of the new Mono Sequencer device, gives us a quickstart primer on using this creative MIDI effect.
Today we're excited to release Max 6.1.
You can download Max 6.1 now to check out these new features:64bit Application
If you follow on the Max Gen forum, you might be forgiven sometimes for thinking that the only people using gen~ are command-line-codeophiles busy downloading stuff from DSP archives and dropping them into a codebox object.
I got to spend a day at NAMM, and it was a great chance to spend some time with our friends.
Contrary to what you may have heard, the 2013 NAMM show wasn’t entirely about the rise of beautifully dirtied analog in the form of the Moog Sub Phatty,Dave Smith’s marvelous Prophet 12 (which you should imagine as a hybrid cross of parts of the Tempest, the Poly Evolver, and the redesigned Prophet), the shrinking (in terms of size and price) of the Korg MS-20, or the return of the Buchla Music Easel (yes, really). I’m a Max guy, so I prowled the trade floor looking for controllers I could repurpose and come to love.
Last year, Peter Burr approached me with an intriguing Kickstarter campaign he was starting for a travelling show, and wanted to know if I would contribute a video.
The guys at Lanbox have announced some new hardware. The LanBox LCXi is a rackmount update of the LCX DMX controller.
The new Arduino Due The long-awaited Arduino Due is now available.
Need a timeline that automates your Max patchers, but also can connect to other things? Do you want it to use Open Sound Control to communicate? What if you could have two way communication for the standalone Open Sound Control sequencer to query the state of the Max patcher? I-Score offers this.
Francisco Colasanto -- an Expo '74 exhibitor and skilled Max user, teacher, and technical coordinator at CMMAS -- has released the second volume of his "Programming Guide for Artists" books.
While strolling through the internet, you sometimes stumble upon stuff which you like, and sometimes stuff which you really like.
I am constantly surprised by the work that Max programmers accomplish.
Holland Hopson's Post and Beam was released last year, but I stupidly didn't fall in love with it until recently.
Deep in Cycling 74's backyard, Eric Maundu is doing wonderful things with an Arduino controlled hydroponic plant growing system.