Amsterdam Max Meet-up

April 25th, 2012 7:00 pm 
Steim, Achtergracht 19, Amsterdam Steim, Achtergracht 19, Amsterdam

Monthly meet-up, tutorials and demos for MaxMSP and Max for Live users

Max for Live

Every month or so, STEIM hosts a casual meet-up for Max and Max for Live users to gather and share their work. Through these meet-ups we hope to encourage a sense of community and collaboration of Max users in the Netherlands.  Come discuss your latest work, either finished projects or works in progress, share the patches and devices you have created and get constructive support for problems you might be having. If you have specific questions about Max/MSP and Max for Live, or want to learn to do specific things using Max, then we can look into these topics together.

This meeting Fabrizio Poce will be giving a beginners tutorial about the Jitter in Max and Max for Live. Fabrizio has released a great set of Jitter plugins called V-Module which can be used in Ableton Live with Max for live.

V-Module is a collection of multiple M4L devices which can be freely interconnected (or mostly so) to create potentially very complex real-time “media” processing chains within Ableton Live workflow. V-Module works on top of Ableton Live’s Max for Live (M4L) environment and is essentially a Live-like interface to Jitter functionalities in Max (along with a few creations of mine).

You can read more or download V-Module for free here:

This meet-up is hosted by composer and MaxMSP expert Danny de Graan

Date: Wednesday, 25 April, 2012
Time: 19:00 h
Venue: Steim, Achtergracht 19, Amsterdam
Entry: Free

For more information about meetings or if you have questions about Max and Max for Live please sign up for our mailing list by sending an email to: amsterdam-maxforlive-users+subscribe [at] googlegroups [dot] com

We encourage you to bring your work along, and to let us know via the mailing list if you’d like to show work or present ideas. STEIM will provide a studio space, projector (VGA), and PA-system for your sound-making pleasure.