Max for Live Presentation at Expo '74
by Darwin Grosse on Aug 21, 2009 6:05 PM
In this presentation, I spoke directly to people that were already familiar with Max, explained some of the details of working within the Live environment, and provided some tips about how to design an effective Live device.
Pluggo Technology Moves to Max for Live
by David Zicarelli, Lilli Wessling Hart on May 14, 2009 8:12 PM
Effective immediately, Cycling ’74 will discontinue sales of prebuilt Max-based audio plug-in packages. This includes Pluggo, Mode, Hipno, and UpMix. We will still continue to support current users as best we can, but there will be no further development on either the plug-in packages or their supporting technology.
The 2009 NAMM Show
by Andrew Benson on Jan 23, 2009 12:56 PM
I recently attended Winter NAMM 2009 in Anaheim,CA, where Cycling '74 was sharing booth space with our friends at Ableton. I arrived on Friday afternoon, well after we had released our product announcement for Max for Live, and was impressed by the volume of booth traffic we were getting.
My Perspective on Integrating Max and Live
by David Zicarelli, Lilli Wessling Hart on Jan 15, 2009 10:27 PM
David Zicarelli gives some insight on the decision to integrate Max within Live...
Announcing Max for Live
by Lilli Wessling Hart on Jan 15, 2009 2:23 PM
Cycling '74 and Ableton today announced Max for Live, the integration of Cycling '74's Max/MSP environment into Ableton Live. Available as an add-on product to Ableton's newly announced Live 8, Max for Live permits users to create devices that extend and customize Live by creating instruments, controllers, audio effects, and MIDI processors.
Anniversary at a West Coast Safari
by Cycling '74 on Oct 9, 2008 8:34 PM
Cycling '74 began developing and selling software officially in late 1997, and it was in 1998 that the company incorporated and hired its first few employees. To celebrate ten years of our continued existence, we decided to have an anniversary party.
A Look Back at AES 2008 in San Francisco
by Andrew Benson on Oct 9, 2008 3:29 PM
We rolled out of bed and into our suits this weekend to attend the annual Audio Engineering Society (AES) conference at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, a mere 5 blocks from our SOMA office.
Announcing Expo '74
by Lilli Wessling Hart on Oct 3, 2008 11:35 PM
Cycling '74 today announced that its first user conference, Expo '74, will be held in San Francisco next April. The conference will include presentations, installations, workshops, and collaborative events covering the company's Max/MSP/Jitter software. Details will be outlined on the conference web site (expo74.net) in the coming months.
Announcing Expo '74: Our First User Conference
by David Zicarelli on Oct 2, 2008 6:41 PM
I'm pleased to announce that Cycling '74 will be hosting its first user conference next year, Expo '74. The conference will run three days from April 22-24, 2009 and will be held at the new (and intensely colored) Mission Bay Conference Center in San Francisco.
Email to Customers (April 24, 2008)
by Lilli Wessling Hart on May 21, 2008 3:16 PM
Hello from Cycling '74 headquarters. We have some big news. Max 5 is now available for download. We're very excited about this major upgrade and we hope you will be too. This upgrade represents a new era of Max programming, with a completely redesigned multi-processing kernel and a streamlined development environment built on a platform-independent foundation. Finally, we are offering a new Max/MSP/Jitter Workshop for Beginners in London.