In the spirit of the Jitter Recipes, we have produced a series of MC Recipes.
I'm personally a lot more interested in the ability to synchronize processes in Max using time values that resemble musical note values to create control structures that can be easily time synced.
This tutorial series is specifically designed for Max for Live users who are interested in creating their own devices.
This Advanced Max series focuses on building your own standalone applications.
Several years ago, Darwin Grosse and I worked on a project that used optical flow to track people running around in circles to simulate the ...
Book 1 contains some clever solutions, advanced trans-coding techniques, groovy audio/visual toys, and basic building blocks for more complex ...
Here’s the first in a series on using the FFT in Max.
Max 7 includes a new set of tools developed by Matthew Davidson for his work as a Berklee School of Music instructor.
There has been a lot of wonderful activity in the Gen domain. In this series, I will introduce the gen~ environment, explain a bit of the differences between working in the Max vs.
In the first of a series of holiday tutorials, we are going to be creating an automatic sampling system that can be used to ‘harvest’ sounds from synthesizers, plug-ins, Max for Live devices and other sources.