Package Manager

    Get projects up and running faster, explore new libraries, and make your workflow more efficient with Max Packages; curated & created by Cycling '74 and Max users like you.


    Found in the File menu, the Package Manager is a simple interface that provides access to new content and allows you to manage your existing installed packages.

    Only available inside Max

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    Packages can include but aren't limited to any of the following: Tools, objects, patches, or other content.
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    Available Max Packages

    dada

    Daniele Ghisi | Website
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    dada: computer-aided composition and score generation for experimental, non-standard musical practices and research. IMPORTANT: requires you have installed the packages Bach v0.8.1 and Cage v0.6 or higher.

    HISSTools Impulse Response Toolbox (HIRT)

    Alex Harker, Pierre Alexandre Tremblay, CeReNeM, The University of Huddersfield | Website
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    A set of tools for working with convolution and impulse responses in Max. This set of objects addresses various tasks, including realtime zero-latency convolution, measuring impulse responses, spectral display from realtime data or buffers, and buffer-based convolution, deconvolution and inversion.

    ml.lib

    IRL Labs | Website
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    A library of machine learning externals and feature extraction externals for Max and Pure Data. ml-lib is primarily based on the Gesture Recognition Toolkit by Nick Gillian

    ACToolkit

    Jeyong Jung, Johan van Kreij, Peter Pabon, Sohrab Motabar | Website

    Delicious Tutorials

    Sam Tarakajian | Website
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    The Delicious Max tutorial series, as a Max package

    zero

    Cycling '74 | Website
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    Zero-configuration networking for Max.

    min-devkit

    Cycling '74 | Website
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    Lightweight reference implementation of a package built using the Min-API.

    ease

    Cycling '74 | Website
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    Use easing functions in Max for audio, visuals, and automation.

    MC Movement Studies

    Cycling '74 and Dillon Bastan | Website
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    Exploring MC audio and JSUI with concepts from Daniel Shiffman's The Nature of Code

    Vizzie

    Cycling '74 | Website
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    With VIZZIE, you just grab a few simple modules, connect them together and almost instantly have a VJ rig or interactive video work, complete with real-time effects.

    Digital Orchestra Toolbox

    Joseph Malloch, Stephen Sinclair, and Marlon Schumacher | Website
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    A collection of useful abstractions for gesture processing and building digital musical instruments.

    MuBu For Max

    ISMM Team @ Ircam | Website
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    MuBu: A toolbox for Multimodal Analysis of Sound and Motion, Interactive Sound Synthesis and Machine Learning. Including: real-time and batch data processing (sound descriptors, motion features, filtering); granular, concatenative and additive synthesis; data visualization; static and temporal recognition; regression algorithms.