MAX Manual


    Mar 11 2012 | 9:06 pm
    Is there a reasonably comprehensive manual for MAX/ MSP / Jitter less than two years old?
    I recently learned Sibelius 7 — which costs about the same as MAX—and it has a wonderful, explicit manual that costs some $40-50, and I was doing scores in two days. Of course I already knew about reading music, the Italian argot like pianissimo & sforzando , time signatures, the names of instruments, and what the final product should be like.
    How about MAX ?
    I would presume elementary synthesizer training, as well as C/C++/Java, video production, E.E. theory and whatever else distinguishes AV engineers... and provide tutorials for those who are rusty.
    I realise so much is on-line, but the real estate on monitors is limited, as well as its portability to outdoors in a lawn chair or the bathroom... and indexing is a must.

    • Mar 11 2012 | 10:26 pm
      Hi
      Do ALL max and MSP tutorials. For go further : http://virtual-sound.com/main/
      I think that an MaxMSP manual will be very usefull !!
    • Mar 11 2012 | 11:02 pm
      ftp://arts.ucsc.edu/pub/ems/maxtutors/ - these are pretty great.
    • Nov 12 2014 | 3:21 am
      @audiolemon: absolutely! http://peterelsea.com/maxtutorials.html
      i have rarely ever read anything at that level that i could that much comprehend –
      peter is a genius (and/or i am a very slow learner)