One of the most wonderful aspects of Max is that is used by artists of all disciplines.
The guys at Lanbox have announced some new hardware. The LanBox LCXi is a rackmount update of the LCX DMX controller.
In this final article in the DMX set, I’m going to walk through the process of creating the DMX system we used to make the video below.
We needed to write a very specific hardware–focused Max patch to get this to work.
In this 2nd article in my Working with Hardware series on DMX programming in Max, I’d like to present a couple of interviews with very experienced Max programmers who are heavily into the field of DMX programming, and also present a list of links to DMX hardware vendors.
DMX, or more accurately, DMX 512, is a network protocol most commonly used for the control of stage lighting and effects.
DMaX is a set of devices for Ableton Live written with Max for Live, that allow DMX lighting to be controlled using Live parameters.