jiiter video tutorials?

    Nov 08 2011 | 12:24 pm
    howdy all,
    after making a jump and getting max 6 [it is lovely] i am wanting to really delve further with jitter and gen~, or one at a time, whichever really. bought jitter ages ago, but still feel i am not making much progress with what i want, or even the speed in which i learn.
    i have gone through the tutorials and the such but would like more information regarding jitter, namely in the form of videos. one because i like to listen to what people have to say and two, can see what people are doing.
    i find reading long documents on computers just too hard to do for a long period of time
    there are plenty of great msp tutorials bandering round the interweb such as:
    which are all great [and do suggest looking into], but none seem too exist for jitter. maybe i am looking in completely the wrong places, but does anyone know of any videos, or even [gulp] third party documentation and patches to revise on?
    i am picking other brains about jitter more and more, but there is only so many questions are you can repeat until you find yourself standing alone in the room figuring it all out.
    anyhow, thats my question for the day and a bit
    lewis edwards

    • Nov 09 2011 | 5:53 am
      I would highly recommend look at Andrew's recipes:
    • Nov 22 2011 | 11:41 pm
      Download jit.tutorials by Peter Elsea. Somewhat outdated now with Max 6/Gen but seriously good none the less.
    • Nov 23 2011 | 11:45 am
      I would love Jitter video tutorials also. With YouTube and Vimeo being free I really cannot understand the point of text based software tutorials any more. The jitter recipes are great but they are no replacement for seeing someone actually make the patch in front of you.
    • Nov 23 2011 | 12:58 pm
      aye the recipes and also the peter elsea tutorials have been on my drive for a while now. but as grizzle said, its nice to see someone making something. not saying im giving up just that it is nice to watch and learn at the same time