Cycling ’74 shared this info so that users would know the status of the upcoming release and how it relates to Live:… Read More Max 8 Coming In 2018
Cycling ’74 has announced an update for Max that adds support for the ROLI Seaboard RISE MIDI controller and Multidimensional Polyphonic Expression – a de facto standard for sending new dimensions of expression over MIDI.… Read More Cycling ’74 Announces Max Support For The ROLI Seaboard RISE, MPE
Cycling ’74 has released Max 7.1. The update brings two major new features: Snapshots and the Package Manager. An updated Snapshot system now allows you to save the state of the entire patcher, not just hosted plugins. You can now instantly create, recall, rename and edit your snapshots using the new Snapshot pane on the right toolbar.
Laboratoria Art & Science Space in Moscow is hosting an instrumental installation, Silk, which generates sound based according to the real-time changes in the market activities related to cryptocurrencies Bitcoin and Litecoin. The artist, ::vtol:: explains how the installation works: [The] constantly changing currency rate of of Bitcoin against major world currencies is influencing the… Read More Installation Turns Bitcoin Exchange To Music
Rodrigo Constanzo has introduced Cut Glove – a new Max patch that turns an XBox 360 controller into a live sampling and performance instrument. Cut Glove was inspired by video games, and contains mappings based on video game mechanisms and metaphors. Additionally, the patch has MIDI learn functionality built in, so every parameter can be mapped to any… Read More New App, Cut Glove, Turns Xbox 360 Controller Into A Musical Instrument
Rodrigo Constanzo has released Karma~ – a looper/sampler external for Max. Karma~ is described as ‘a dynamic length, vari-speed looper, with some complex features’. Here is a video intro to Karma~:
Cycling ’74 has released Max 7, the latest version of their visual programming system for audio and video. Cycling ’74 calls Max 7 a ‘visual programming language for media.’ It works on Mac (OS 10.7+) and Windows (7+), and supports a wide variety of hardware. Here are the details:
Professor David Wessel, Director of the Center for New Music and Audio Technologies (CNMAT) at the University of California at Berkeley, passed away on October 13, 2014, at the age of 73. Wessel was a musician, composer and mentor to many electronic and computer musicians. He was also known to some as “The Patron Saint… Read More Professor David Wessel Has Died