notation features


    Apr 24 2006 | 5:29 pm
    hi
    I'm planning to buy Max/msp so to create my own work environment for music. I downloaded manuals and I saw in new release some notation display-editing features. I'm very interested if I could edit in notation. Can you tell me something about this?
    thanks in advance

    • Apr 24 2006 | 5:42 pm
      what your referring to is a UI object called nslider. this isn't
      quite what your looking for. its simply displays a chord at a time.
      FTM, a 3rd party object set, lets you do some of this. I'm not
      exactly an expert on FTM. I'll leave the rest to a more senior poster.
      check it out here
      -matt
    • Apr 24 2006 | 5:47 pm
      There's not a lot of built-in notation capability in max in terms of
      traditional western notation for rhythm and things like that, but there
      are add-ons from IRCAM as well as others that can be downloaded (or
      purchased in the IRCAM case). Also, there is JMSL, which is not part
      of Max, but has a lot of cool notation capabilities, and, since it's
      Java, plays with Max. Nevertheless, Max also can output midi files,
      which you can always import into your favorite music notation program.
      Peter McCulloch
    • Apr 24 2006 | 5:52 pm
      On 24 Apr 2006, at 18:29, angelo wrote:
      > I'm very interested if I could edit in notation. Can you tell me
      > something about this?
      There's a single object for displaying note pitches on a musical
      stave. It can show chords, but there's no time sense - it's
      essentially a notation variant of the keyboard object. It also
      doesn't believe in key signatures.
      -- N.
      nick rothwell -- composition, systems, performance -- http://
      www.cassiel.com
    • Apr 25 2006 | 11:22 am
      On 24 avr. 06, at 19:47, Peter McCulloch wrote:
      > There's not a lot of built-in notation capability in max in terms
      > of traditional western notation for rhythm and things like that,
      > but there are add-ons from IRCAM as well as others that can be
      > downloaded (or purchased in the IRCAM case). Also, there is JMSL,
      > which is not part of Max, but has a lot of cool notation
      > capabilities, and, since it's Java, plays with Max.
      Just to clarify, you don't have to purchase anything at Ircam to use
      FTM. It's LGPL or what ever...
      ej
    • Apr 25 2006 | 12:41 pm
      Whoops, sorry on that, I was conflating suivi with FTM.
      Peter McCulloch