Visit our Github page to download or fork the Max-Test package. It takes a special kind of nerd to appreciate certain aspects of software development.
Our friends Sam Tarakajian and Meara O’Reilly released a new iOS music app this week called Rhythm Necklace.
On March 31st, littleBits launched a new set of modules that provide interfaces between external devices and the littleBits circuit-building system.
For a while I thought the solution to being a better worker in the information age was a Kanban board with post-it notes.
John Crooks (Project Lead) escorts me into the recording room in John Powell’s Studio in Los Angeles where the California String Quartet are warming up for an upcoming session.
Some new website features have been implemented to help us all get along.
Stefan Brunner, one of our Berlin-based developers, attended Music Hack Day in London last week, and created a really cool patch that generates "Elevator Music" by downloading and mixing sounds from Freesound.org (using OAuth2).
About three years ago at a company meeting in San Francisco, we began thinking about selling our software on a subscription basis.
One of the biggest challenges in designing software is dealing with what is known as the first user experience.
The latest preview video includes a brief demonstration of Max 7’s ability to manipulate pitch and time independently.
We were saddened to learn of the passing earlier this week of David Wessel, Professor of Music at UC Berkeley and founder of the Center for New Music and Audio Technologies (CNMAT).
As we continue to work hard here at Cycling '74 finishing up the Max 7 release, we'd like to share with you another fun video from the inimitable Sam Tarakajian having the happiest day of his life with Max 7.
Our good buddy Sam is back with the second installment of his Max 7 preview series.
As I write this from an airport terminal somewhere in the world, we are hard at work finishing the Max 7 release.
It doesn't officially turn one year old until October, but Darwin Grosse has spent the last year having rich, deep conversations with a broad spectrum of artists for his Art + Music + Technology podcast.
This week, Priscilla Frank of the Huffington Post highlighted a group of artists actively working to develop the future of opera.
Every once in a while, I have the privilege to reveal the secrets about what we've been working on.
I spent the first week of July at Goldsmiths College at NIME, checking out lots of new interfaces for musical expressions.
Max/MSP/Jitter Day+Night School, July 21-25, 2014 CNMAT presents our intensive and immersive summer workshop for artists, musicians, interface designers, and anyone wanting to improve their skills with Max/MSP/Jitter (MMJ) or learn from scratch.
Ableton's Christian Kleine was one of the first people to dig into Max for Live and really start using it.
Our Jitter developer Rob Ramirez alerted me that since HAP is now available publicly on Windows, he has updated his jit.gl.hap external with a Windows version.
Our CEO, David Zicarelli happened to be in attendance during the Tate's Hack the Space event and got to see a Max project take home one of the prizes.
It's not often Max is mentioned in The New Yorker.