[Apr 7] Welcome to Max 4 Live

Max 4 Live allows you to access the power of Max’s graphical programming language inside the popular digital audio workstation and live performance tool, Ableton Live. This class introduces the enormous possibilities this partnership opens up, including: creating radical realtime audio processing effects, using Max to control the Live environment through the Live API, creating custom musical interfaces to play an Ableton Live set, and generating visuals/VJing in the Live environment.

[Apr 7] Welcome to Max 4 Live

Andy Sigler
Sat, Apr 7, noon to 6pm
Cost: Regular: $150, Members & Students (with ID): $135
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Location:
Harvestworks – www.harvestworks.org
596 Broadway, #602 | New York, NY 10012 | Phone: 212-431-1130
Subway: F/M/D/B Broadway/Lafayette, R Prince, 6 Bleeker

Max 4 Live allows you to access the power of Max’s graphical programming language inside the popular digital audio workstation and live performance tool, Ableton Live. Live is used by DJ’s and other musicians around the world because of it’s focus on realtime creation and performance of music.This class will introduce the enormous possibilities this partnership opens up, including: creating radical realtime audio processing effects, using Max to control the Live environment through the Live API, creating custom musical interfaces to play an Ableton Live set, and generating visuals/VJing in the Live environment. We will explore using sensors, like microphones, cameras, and/or Arduinos, to allow automation of Live parameters.

Participants must have a working copy of both Max/MSP/Jitter (cycling74.com), as well as Ableton Live and Max for Live (ableton.com/downloads). A free demo is available for both Max and Ableton Live, which will include Max for Live. Note that if you are interested in doing live visuals within Max 4 Live, you must also own a full version of MaxMSP with Jitter in addition to Max 4 Live.

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Members & Students $135.00 USD 

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