Students’ are interested in knowing what Max can offer and are curious to explore the visual programming environment. Topics include sound generation, recording / sampling / resampling, multichannel audio.
Multichannel systems more versatile than 5.1
Monday 9.00 - 16.00 @ DDSKS
Tuesday, work from home, formulate a project, check-in at 11.00 on Zoom
Max is a visual programming environment. You draw what is called a patch. It is a blank piece of virtual paper, on which you place boxes and connect them by drawing lines with your mouse. Then art appears. Cool!
What is Max good for?!
Art installations, instrument building, effect construction, live performance, you name it!
Rapid prototyping of data, audio, and video.
Realtime processing and interaction.
Creating bespoke tools for the above mentioned.
Interfacing with almost anything (Connect Anything motto).
Get started with interactive audio and MIDI, and discover the possibilities of the Max environment. In this series of workshops, you will learn how to manipulate audio, MIDI, virtual instruments and program your own interactive canvas.
Connect together Max’s building blocks to create unexpected results, and use them in your music productions. Through a series of guided exercises you will engage in the pragmatic creation of a basic MIDI sequencer device that features a wealth of musical manipulation options.
Learn from guided examples and live interactions with teachers and other participants.
This series of online workshops aims to enable you to work with Max confidently on your own.
Session 1: Understand the Max environment
Session 2: Connect building blocks together and work with data
Session 3: Master the user interface
Session 4: Work with your MIDI instruments
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