Bert Schiettecatte is the founder of Percussa, a music hardware and software company located near Leuven, Belguim.
I first became aware of Luke DuBois when I heard his band’s CD Freight Elevator Quartet.
Creating Your Own Interface In the previous installments, I've tried to give you a quick hands-on feel for how radiaL operates, paying particular attention to how you can develop a feel for radiaL's nonlinear playback modes by listening.
Introduction In this second installment of the ReWire Essentials series, we are going to look at hosting ReWire client applications.
While there are many methods to move MIDI and audio data between programs on a computer, ReWire (developed by Propellerheads) has become the most popular system.
The JazzMutant Lemur is an incredibly versatile control surface for media applications.
David Wessel is Professor of Music at the University of California, Berkeley where he directs the Center for New Music and Audio Technologies (CNMAT).
San Francisco resident Carl Stone has composed electro-acoustic and computer music exclusively since 1972.
With a set of experiences that includes playing with Tito Puente, touring with Peter Brook’s theatre ensemble in the ‘70s, and recently playing percussion with Rickie Lee Jones for the opening of the Experience Music Project in Seattle, it’s clear that Andrew Schloss has been all over the map for the past 30 years.
Luke DuBois is a teacher at Columbia University in New York City, and a member of the famous Freight Elevator Quartet, whose "Fix It In Post" CD is making waves as the first release on the C74 record label.
One quick way to start having fun with Max is to use the vst~ object to host audio plug-ins or VST instruments; you can load plug-ins you already have (or find some free plug-ins) and get a little experience with using Max to send messages to them while you gather the courage to write your own audio processing patches or virtual synths. I've written the patch you see below to help you get started.