[Jan 22] Max for Live: Building Audio and Midi Effects with Max MSP Jitter in Ableton

ALTERNATE CLASS. This workshop is intended for Producers and Sound Artists wishing to expand their knowledge of Ableton Live and start making their own Max for Live Patches and Effects. We will start with an overview of available Max for Live Devices and how different types function within an Ableton Live Set. We will build several of these “Max for Live Devices” from scratch to manipulate sound and midi in unique ways – stepping out of the effects built into the software. We will also look at how to integrate video into our sets for live, audio responsive VJ Performances.

[Jan 22] Max for Live: Building Audio and Midi Effects with Max MSP Jitter in Ableton

Thomas Martinez
Thursday January 22th, 5pm-8pm
Cost: $100

Location: Harvestworks
596 Broadway, #602 | New York, NY 10012
Phone: 212-431-1130
Subway: F/M/D/B Broadway/Lafayette, R Prince, 6 Bleecker

This workshop is intended for Producers and Sound Artists wishing to expand their knowledge of Ableton Live and start making their own Max for Live Patches and Effects. We will start with an overview of available Max for Live Devices and how different types function within an Ableton Live Set. We will build several of these “Max for Live Devices” from scratch to manipulate sound and midi in unique ways – stepping out of the effects built into the software. We will also look at how to integrate video into our sets for live audio responsive VJ Performances.

max for live workshop

The workshop is limited to 5 participants. Students are expected to leave with the resources and examples necessary to begin crafting their own unique effects in Ableton. Participants are encouraged to bring their laptops with Ableton and Max already installed.

The workshop is being led by Thomas Martinez who makes Max for Live and Standalone Audio Effects under the name Custom Art Tools. You can check out their Max for Live devices here:
http://www.customarttools.com/software.php

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