Max MSP Jitter Programmer Wanted


    Nov 12 2010 | 1:04 pm
    Greetings max users
    I am a pianist doing a Phd in composition and am looking for a Max programmer to assist in the construction of a MIDI composition environment for some piano and electroacoustic compositions. I have a quite modest budget but am keen to work with someone who can use the software environment to its full potential, so i can spend my time composing rather than tearing my hair out!
    I am looking at building a graphic environment that enables me to enter notes in a more fluid manner than conventional notation. I have drawn diagrams that help explain this further if anyones in checking them out interested drop me a message.
    This youtube clip of a music visualisation is the closest to what i would like the software to look like, except with parameters etc.
    If anyone is interested or knows anyone who does freelance Max work, give me a shout.
    It would be preferable if the person was based in the uk but this is not essential.
    kind regards
    adam

    • Nov 12 2010 | 5:04 pm
      Hello
      My name is Samuel Van Ransbeeck. I am a composer and a current PhD student in Computer Music in Portugal. I have done some projects in MaxMSP which you can see on my website (some links are broken as I am updating my site): www.samuelvanransbeeck.be If you would like top work with me, just send me an enail at thinksamuel@yahoo.com
      YOurs sincerely
      Samuel Van Ransbeeck
    • Nov 12 2010 | 5:31 pm
      right, i need to make a hair outtearing module for 110.modular, that was it what is missing.
      -110
    • Nov 13 2010 | 8:02 am
      Hi, I'd be very interested in talking further about this. I have degrees in music theory/composition, with keyboards as my main instrument, and am currently in a doctoral program in Educational Technology. Plenty of great possibilities for what you're describing in Max and would like to brainstorm ideas. You can check out some of my work here:
      and find email contact info on the main page.
      Thanks!
    • Nov 13 2010 | 12:07 pm
      thanks guys, i'll be in contact asap.
      adam