• Trago Acid Mills Music Video

    Jitter was used to create a dancing ball animation inspired by the works of Oskar Fischinger.

  • Sound Chopper 2

    Sound chopper 2 is the evolution of the previous sound chopper, it allows to use pre recorded sounds (and real time sound through a microphone) and manipulate it with his numerous effects. Sound Chopper 2 features a granulator, stretcher, pitch shifter, slicer and tremolo, panner, bit crusher, 8 different delays (mono and stereo) and 8 filters.

  • Max4Live see-d GrainSynth [bugfix release!]

  • Push Pong

    First in a series of game inspired sequencers built for Push, grab the first release for FREE Push Pong is a generative sequencer built in Max for Live inspired by Batuhan Bozkurt's excellent Otomata Generative Musical Sequencer.

  • granary – a hybrid granulation engine

    This granulator is influenced artistically and technically by externals such as grainstretch and sugarsynth, and by several contributions from the C74 community, but pursues a few unique goals of its own: 1 - vanilla Max objects 2 - de-correlated grain pitch and grain size 3 - a synthesis of granular playback and grain cloud methods/textures 4 - an absolute minimum of AM artefacts and warbling (which are still easily achievable if desired) Granary will allow unlimited pitch and speed variation without undermining the integrity of the source audio too much, and also provides for granular re-synthesis textures via interonset and panning controls.

  • Sunset32

    Sunset 32 is a controllable MIDI User Interface powered by MaxMSP.

  • THE MAX MAESTRO is an animated notation system for choir/ crowd of people, which was developed within the artistic research project VOICES OF UMEÅ by Anders Lind, composer, CD at the Department of Creative studies/ Umeå university/ Sweden.


    RGB.VGA.VOLT is an audio/video synthesizer that enables realtime exploration of the rich materiality concealed beneath the consumer interfaces of cathode ray tube computer monitors.

  • Max-XNU

  • IUCN Red List Data Sonification

  • Tonalism presented by dublab

    dublab's all-night ambient happening at Sonos Studio... -- Live performances -- Jon Hassell (performing his 1969 piece Solid State) Sun Araw M.

  • Floating Music

    I was first introduced to Max/MSP in September 2013.

  • A Dream Retrieval Ritual

  • In this Composición colectiva III: Campanas de cocina [Collective Composition III: Kitchen Bells], metal kitchen bowls are used as bells that are virtually hit when a person approaches them. Within this area the sound produced will be modified according to the position of the body, and it will change following its movements. On the video version there are seven hanging bowls, each one of them is connected to contact mics that send the resonance of the metal to a computer Max/processing patch.

  • Gliderverb App, iOS app made with gen~

    GliderVerb is a “Reverberator with Glissandos” simulating a room gradually changing its shape.

  •   Tekh Map is a free collection of powerful Max For Live devices that allow users of Ableton Live to quickly and easily take control of their sets with OSC.

    • The Dial gives you a neat interface to easily map incoming OSC data to any parameter in your Live set.

  • ARC4 Mapper (M4L)

  • “Neurointegrum” is an artistic interpretation of the processes taking place in modern society, the processes of augmenting human capabilities with machines. Human has only one way for output information — by muscles (speech, gestures, etc.).

  • Potential Entity

    On the surface the flow of information in Nature appears to be chaotic and un-programmable.

  • Grassi Box

    The Grassi Box is a MIDI-to-relay piece of hardware (built by Dan Wilson of Circitfied) based on an Arduino teensy and some accompanying software tools built in Max.

  • ARC4 Granular

  • Great Rejuvenation

    A 3d-character with animations was generated in Blender and is the solely content source for all visuals for "The Interactive Fu Manchu KTV" (part of the "Great Rejuvenation" project by Mujin + Tobias Rosenberger).

  • The Voice-Controlled Interface for Digital Musical Instruments (VCI4DMI) is a system driven solely by voice for the real-time control of electronic musical instruments, including sound generators (synthesizers) and sound processors (effects). The VCI4DMI implements is a generic and adaptive method to map the voice to digital musical instruments real-valued parameters, and it is based on several real-time signal processing and off-line machine learning algorithms for producing and using maps between heterogeneous spaces, with the aim of maximizing the interface expressivity and minimizing the user intervention in the system setup.

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