Max is a power full tool kit for multimedia, but lacks some of the easy to use structures of a DAW. Live is an awesome DAW, that can host and integrate all sorts of cool things built in Max. Lets explore some of the powerful instruments and effects you can build as max for live devices. These devices can be put straight to work in your music productions in Live. They can expand your sonic pallet and even change some of your DAW workflows to make amazing music.
Join this session by member Langdon C. Crawford to see a very quick demonstration making a max for live device from soup to nuts.
To attend you must register first. No Zoom account is required to attend, just the link you’ll receive via email after registration.
Langdon C. Crawford is a collaborative and creative technologist from the green mountains of Vermont. He has been developing performance / composition systems with electronics since 1999.
Starting with guitars, effects and sequencers, he moved into computer music, eventually incorporating graphics and sensor controlled interaction. He has a masters of music technology from NYU.
He is currently working conferencing technology to facilitate remote collaboration and occasionally teaches electronic music remotely in CO and NYC.
You can find some of his work, like a year long thing-a-day project under the langsound handel on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/langsound.