- Automatically control any number of patches from your device.
- Use mira.frame objects to define viewable regions in your patch. Each frame shows up as a tab in Mira.
- Support the majority of standard Max UI objects, with more to come.
- mira.multitouch object allows for gestural control.
- mira.motion object sends accelerometer data from your device.
- Multiple instances of Mira can control a single patch for collaborative performance.
- Works over WiFi or an ad-hoc network.
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It's easy to connect your iPad to Max
Mira takes care of all the network communication under the hood, so you can start controlling your Max patches right away. Just drop a mira.frame object into your patch, and supported UI objects in that region will show up in Mira.
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Control your Max patches
Connect Mira to any number of Max patches from a single iPad or create multiple views of a single patch. Mira directly controls your patch without any additional objects. There are no OSC or MIDI messages to wrangle, no external editor, and no extra patching required.
Build a modular control rig from a single patch
Each mira.frame you add in Max creates a new tabbed view in Mira. Combine multiple mira.frame to create different sets of controls that are available instantly.
Watch the Mira Quickstart Video