This patch provides examples on how to map MIDI controls to Max interface elements and, presumably, the rest of your patch.
The FFT-based binaural panner is not an external, but rather a project that consists of a couple of Max patches and 43 pairs of HRTF-subject files to be read by jit.matrix~. It was created in 2011 as part of a thesis on the possibilities of binaural synthesis in combination with head-tracking, in an aesthetic/experience-oriented context.
My adaptation of Stilson's Moog code.
MSC For Live’ is a Max For Live device for the purpose of adding using MIDI Show Control commands to control and playback scenes and clips in Live.
Quickly and easily map a midi controller or computer keyboard to any object in a patch.
A collection of abstractions and JSUI scripts implementing various controls.
OSCseq is a basic OSC sequencer.
tLb is a collection of abstractions to simplify the building of applications with MaxMSP.
Instrument a room for an interactive installation and make visitor movements matter by using motion sensor data within Max.
A quick and easy way to connect, configure, process, map and route I-CubeX biopotential sensors within Max.
This is a bundle of patches intended to help get you off the ground in using mobile phones to control Max.
By popular request: the object counter I use to count objects and patch cords of my patches.
Many composers of the 20th and 21st century – in order to create a new music, and a new sound – have developed a range of extended techniques such as multiphonics, “growls”, “pops”, slides and glissandi, etc.
A set of five volumes, in comic book format, intended to introduce electronic music and inter-disciplinary thinking to students at the middle and high school levels (or for anyone who loves experimental media, post-disciplinary thinking, Max/MSP/Jitter, and comics!) There are five volumes currently available at this website - which can be downloaded as .pdf's or viewed as .html files in a browser.