Tutorials for Java in Max?


    Nov 18 2011 | 10:27 pm
    Are there any tutorials other than the Max one available?

    • Nov 24 2011 | 1:57 pm
      Not that i know. have you also discovered the pdf file that comes with Max/MSP. I think it is inside the jit-doc folder.
      There are some more information that in the HTML tutorials.
      Otherwise i can highly recommend the Java tutorials on the oracle site. But this is on Java in general.
      J
    • Dec 13 2011 | 4:50 pm
      I have over a hundred video tutorials for Java in Max as well as over twenty lectures on Java inside Max/MSP. But, they effectively belong to my employer.
      If I were to make some video tutorials on Max/MSP Java, what would people want to see?
    • Dec 13 2011 | 6:48 pm
      If its possible i want videos tutorials on maxmsp java! (^_^)
    • Dec 14 2011 | 2:56 am
      I would appreciate some info on MIDI handling--I don't see any in the docs.
      Especially any routines that deal with avoiding stuck notes (transpose, fake sustain) and those that deal with filtering/splitting/merging--sending MIDI to multiple outputs.
    • Dec 14 2011 | 5:03 pm
      MIDI in Java is somewhat messy - do a quick Google for a package called rwmidi which cleans it up a bit. To be honest, if you're working in the MXJ world you're better off passing MIDI messages to and from Max itself.
    • Dec 19 2011 | 2:26 pm
      There's a great 'Step by Step Instructions tutorial' from Adam Murray, to use Eclipse with max: http://compusition.com/web/articles/maxmsp-eclipse
    • Dec 29 2011 | 3:02 pm
      I have posted some small examples of how to get started with Java-Jitter. It is my plan to do a real step by step thingie, but as always the time is lacking!
    • Dec 29 2011 | 3:37 pm
      Sounds like a very good resource --- why would your employer not want anyone to see them? Is it a course for which one must pay money? If so, what course is it?
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      I have over a hundred video tutorials for Java in Max as well as over twenty lectures on Java inside Max/MSP. But, they effectively belong to my employer.