looking for Max/msp/jitter teacher in Amsterdam, the Netherlands

    Jan 02 2010 | 10:07 pm
    Hi all,
    I have been playing around with max in the last few days and had so much fun that I decided to write a patch to integrate in an installation I am creating for an upcoming exhibition. With all the help I got from posting desperate questions on the forum and spending the Christmas holidays going through tutorials and patch-references, I have come a long way. And although finding solutions through trial and error is very very satisfying in itself, I have got the feeling that I am really in the very very dark when it comes to actually knowing what I am doing. And so I am looking for a teacher who can help me understand some basics. There are no listed courses in Amsterdam on this website. And the ones I have found on the web and have contacted told me that they need a certain amount of students to start a course and that they would put me on a list.
    Honestly, I cannot wait that long. So If you are Amsterdam-based and willing to share your knowledge in exchange for remuneration, let me know.

    • Jan 03 2010 | 2:03 am
      Hi Alexandra,
      I live in Amsterdam and give private lessons in Max/MSP-Jitter. If you are interested send me a personal message so we can discuss the details.
    • Jan 05 2010 | 1:39 am
      Sorry to intrude, but I will move to Amsterdam next february and Im also interested in private lessons on max, can I contact you when the time comes Danny?
    • Jan 05 2010 | 7:25 am
      Next week a course starts on Max / MSP / Jitter / M4L in Leiden, Scheltema. For four weeks, two evenings a week. Email me at alljvkr [at] jvkr [dot] nl for more info.
      _ johan
    • Jan 05 2010 | 8:33 pm
      @ Christian,
      Yes...private lessons are no problem. Just send me a personal message an we set it up.
      I'm working on a intensive course for about 4 whole days starting in march in the centre of Amsterdam with an option of a follow-up coarse. It will deal mainly with max/msp and M4L but if there is interest in Jitter this could be a subject too.
      If anyone is interested you can send my a message for more details. I will post a formal announcement next month.
    • Jan 13 2010 | 1:07 am
      great! is it going to be tought in english?