Regular London Max MSP meet up


    Sep 24 2012 | 7:59 am
    Dear London Maxers - in case some of you aren't already aware - - we shall be having our regularly monthly meeting this Thursday 27th at London
    Music Hackspace:
    Unit 30
    Cremer Business Centre
    37 Cremer Street
    London E2 8HD
    Starts at 7:00 p.m. it really is like a party where everyone is interesting - there is even beer and pizza too. If anyone would like to show a patch or ask questions or talk about a project they are working on - this is the place. If anyone does want to present can you let us know via facebook beforehand?
    Thanks Des

    • Sep 24 2012 | 12:52 pm
      cool, see you there.
      Ross
    • Sep 24 2012 | 2:54 pm
      Wow!!
      I did not know this even exist!!! so excited.
      Unfortunately I cannot make this coming thursday as I cannot walk (had a surgery recently).
      Do you reckon there would be a new one soon? like in a month?
      I have a big project I would like to talk about and find some good advice from your experience.
      S.
    • Sep 24 2012 | 4:44 pm
      Sure - the meets are on the last Thursday in the month - Des
    • Sep 28 2012 | 3:03 pm
      Thanks to everyone who came down - there were 4 show and tells and some very interesting discussion. Nick Rothwell showed Max patches written in Closure, Jamie showed ongoing work on a buffer manipulation external, I got some great feedback on my 2nd ever javascript patch which swaps samples from looping buffers through noise and back, and Des showed his drag n drop music notation replacement interface which also relies heavily on javascript inside Max. ( umm Des, feel free to rewrite my description of your patch :-p )
      Ross
      The next meeting will be Thurs 25th Oct (always the last Thursday of the Month)
      London Max/MSP Users Group
      Music Hackspace
      Unit 30
      Cremer Business Centre
      37 Cremer Street
      London E2 8HD
    • Dec 03 2014 | 9:24 pm
      Does this still occur? Not on Facebook... but interested