by Chris Warren The concept is simple: replace a few of the keys on a USB keypad with heavy duty footswitches.
Episode 1: The redecorated interface and the defaults system The first thing you might notice about Max 5 is the new look of the objects.
Some of you may have heard that major changes are imminent in the Max world, and there is a lot of speculation about what those changes might be.
By Marsha Vdovin There's something about the kind of mind that looks for something beyond presets and conventional loops.
by Darwin Grosse This series of tutorials first appeared on my CreativeSynth.com website between 2001 and 2002.
This series of tutorials first appeared on my CreativeSynth.com website between 2001 and 2002.
By Marsha Vdovin I spent hours and hours agonizing over an introduction to this interview.
An informal guide to some bonus externs and some patching and building techniques. For Mac users, the bonus-externs folder is located at: ./Library/Application Support/C74 Plug-in Support/Pluggo Support/bonus-externs/ For Windows users, the bonus-externs folder is located at: c:Program FilesCommon FilesC74 Plug-in SupportPluggo Supportbonus-externs It is put there by the various Pluggo installers. This folder contains a number of extra externals which we use in the various Pluggo based plug-in packages.
One of the beauties of Max is its simplicity: the ability to quickly create a patch that does something artistically interesting.
Welcome to the second installment of Stupid JS Tricks.
It doesn't have quite the same ring as Letterman's "Stupid Pet Tricks" but you get the point...
The second installment of Jitter Recipes is a collection of simple examples that began as weekly posts to the MaxMSP mailing list.
So, you've finished the tutorials, you understand the basics of digital audio, and you can imagine using a jitter matrix for something.
The JazzMutant Lemur is an incredibly versatile control surface for media applications.
The Jamoma Project recently released version 0.2 of its modular framework for Max, MSP, and Jitter.
Barney Haynes has been working in the fields of reactive installation and invasive media for 10 years.
The third installment in the inVeSTigations series added effects crossfading to our VST instrument/audio effect hosting possibilities, and demonstrated the use of the disable message that lets us load an effect and save on CPU cycles. Just as a reminder, here's our patch: By now, you've probably noticed something - while it's true that I'm leaving a lot of space and trying to carefully lay out the Max patches I'm including in these tutorials, the patches themselves are getting a bit complicated, and it's probably getting a little harder for you to see what a new thing I've added as we've gone along does. If you're particularly clever, you might also have noticed that there's some commonality between the various versions of the patches I've included so far.