Cycling ’74 – developers of Max, Max For Live and other media tools – is teasing something new.
They’ve released a series of videos, showing audio applications running on a variety of devices. The first video, above, features sound from a Blokas Pisound/Raspberry PI.
The second video, below, shows audio being processed on a laptop with what appears to be a custom VST3:
The latest teaser shows a web based audio application, tagged #madewithrnbo, running on an iPad:
You can try this yourself by checking out the RNBO Twitter page or directly at the Cycling ’74 site. ‘RNBO’ is a recently registered trademark of the company.
Got ideas on what they’re introducing? Share your thoughts in the comments!
4 thoughts on “Cycling ’74 Teases Something New – RNBO”
Not sure what the hell it is but look’s intriguing for some interesting audio applications ina manner
that could be use(d)full(y) folks.
While I’m not a coder, that webapp code sounds like something Max 9 will be able to output:
As for the JUCE export, it reminds me of what FAUST does.
Love my PiSound and think it’s an underused platform. I use mine full time running Modep for a virtual effects pedalboard. But I’m glad I bought a second to experiment with and am looking forward to this. Hope the new max update is very MPE focused.
Bring on the M1 iPad Pro version of Max/MSP please.