In part 2 of the jit.mo video tutorial, take what we learned last time out and use jit.mo to create another generative animation with just a few jit.mo.func objects.
This six and a half minute video will help you get up to speed with this great addition to the Max Packages library!
Now that we've got the basics for understanding FFT processing in Max, let's pull it all together and make something wonderful.
In the third in our series on using the FFT in Max, spend 45 minutes learning how to visualize the FFT processing you’re working with, and further explore the use of various window types in ways that you can see and hear.
The trigger object is a humble but profoundly useful Max object.
For this edition of the “My Favorite Object” series, I’m going to walk you through plot~, a Max data visualization object.
In the second in our series on using the FFT in Max, spend 30 minutes exploring FFT windowing and applying this new knowledge to the noise r...
It’s one of those objects that can slip by you or easily be written off as just a UI object, but it’s so much more than that.
Here’s the first in a series on using the FFT in Max.