San Francisco Max/Msp Beginner Workshop

    Mar 22 2006 | 3:39 am
    Robotspeak Announces:
    Max/MSP Beginner Workshop taught by Matthew Ganucheau $200 per person 4 classes Sundays April 2 - 23, 7 pm - 9 pm
    Max/MSP is a graphical programming environment, where you create your own software using a visual toolkit of objects, and connect them together with patch cords. This introductory course includes MIDI, alternative controllers, user interfaces, and timing objects, as well as controlling audio samples and hard disk recording with MSP. This is an introductory course, and no prior experience with MAX/MSP or computer programing is required.
    Some of the topics that will be covered include: - Navigating the Max/MSP user interface - Handling MIDI Data - Making a performance Environment - Using Alternate Controllers (Joysticks, Dance-pads, Photosensors) - Signals and basic signal processing - Basic Synthesis - Sampling - External objects and sub patches - Using VST plugins. - Saving as a standalone. - Designing an Interface.
    Registering for this course will make you eligible for the max/msp student discount. Other discounts will be included as well.
    Spaces are limited and filing fast. For reservations, email:
    Robotspeak 589 1/2 Haight St. @ Steiner San Francisco, CA 94117 ph 415.554.1977
    - matt