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Rainy/Snowy Day Max, Part II: Meshes and 3D Spirographics
In this tutorial, we're going to augment the patch we created last time using the Jitter jit.gl.mesh object to give us access to the cool drawing modes that the object supports.
Oopsy Daisy — An Introduction, Part 2
In the second part of this tutorial, I’m going to create a few gen~ patches and go over some tips and tricks that I hope can be the start of you being able to create your own Daisypatch modules.
A Basic Vocoder Tutorial, Part 4
In the last tutorial of this series, I’ll take my vocoder to the next level by creating new options for carrier signals, and get my vocoder ready for Max for ...
Video Series: Did You Know? (Series 2)
We're proud to announce a sequel to the original series of the Did You Know? There will be 52 videos for your amazement and enjoyment.
Algorithms in Motion: Elementary Cellular Automata in Max and Max for Live
A bit of code can act very much like a score -- it is not only an individual expression of an idea, but it encapsulates the possibilities of that idea. It’s both an expression of self, like any piece of art, and a tool that can be repurposed, remixed, and reframed to fit the unique needs of a wide range of artists.
A gen~ Tale: Follow(er) The Leader
One of my favorite things about Max: almost all the examples and patches can serve another purpose with the addition (or removal) of a few patch cords or objects.
Max for Live Best Practices, Part 3
Welcome to the third and final part of our tutorial series specifically designed for Max for Live users who are interested in creating their own devices.
Max for Live Best Practices, Part 2
In this 14-minute video, I'll concentrate on some basic UI design approaches, including working with Live 10 themes, Live device width and good design, and best practices for working with live.* ...
Max for Live Best Practices, Part 1
This tutorial series is specifically designed for Max for Live users who are interested in creating their own devices.
Tom Hall on Gen - Max’s “Secret Weapon” at Loop 2017
At Ableton’s Loop 2019 event, Tom Hall took to the stage to help introduce users to the “secret weapon” of many Max for Live users: Gen. He was joined by Gianfranco Ceccolini from Mod Devices, who demonstrated Gen at work with the Mod Devices Duo.