Last May I was invited by Trond Lossius to give an advanced Jitter workshop at BEK.
There has been a lot of wonderful activity in the Gen domain, and we would like even more people to experience the differences between Max and Gen programming.
The new (beta) Code Export feature of Gen has only been around for about a month, and is still sparsely documented, but that didn't stop Varun Nair at the Designing Sound blog from digging in and trying it out.
On September 10th, we released Max 6.0.7 with some exciting, major enhancements to Gen, Vizzie, and Jitter Physics plus general improvements and bug fixes.Gen
Since Labor Day is coming, you might have some spare time this weekend and might be wondering what you could do.
In the first and second tutorials tutorials in our Gen series, we've taken a look at the gen~ object for processing audio data and the jit.pix object (and its cousin jit.gl.pix) for processing 2d, 4-plane image data.
The MGraphics patch-a-day series was very successful, so it's time for a Gen patch-a-day! This time, though, a few things change.
Welcome to the second in a series of “drive-by” tutorials – quick introductions to the world of Max Gen objects.
After doing a quick tutorial at the Cycling ’74 Expo, it became clear that lots of people out there were really surprised and happy to discover that they didn’t need to be a supergenius to have fun with the gen~ object.
Powerful Toolset for Media Applications
San Francisco, CA • October 26, 2011 -- Cycling ’74 today released Version 6.0 of its Max media development tools.