Max Meetup: Generating Sound and Organizing Time

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Course overview

The Max meetup happening on May 27th is a virtual event that brings together enthusiasts and experts in the field of audio production, music composition, and sound design. The theme of the event is "Generating Sound and Organizing Time," which will explore various techniques and tools in Max, a visual programming language used for audio and multimedia applications. The meetup will feature presentations, discussions, and live demonstrations on topics such as algorithmic composition, real-time audio processing, and time-based effects. Whether you're a seasoned Max user or just getting started, this event offers a great opportunity to learn, share ideas, and connect with like-minded individuals in the audio community.

Speakers & presentations

  • Gregory Taylor

Gregory Taylor is a composer, sound artist and writer. He is the author of "Step by Step: Adventures in Sequencing with Max/MSP" and co-author with Graham Wakefield of " Generating Sound and Organizing Time". Gregory works at Cycling'74 in Education R&D.

  • Graham Wakefield

Dr Graham Wakefield is a Computational Arts researcher and long time collaborator of Cycling' 74, who co-authored Gen~, and "Generating Sound and Organizing Time".

Join Meetup

  • Max Meetup: Generating Sound & Organizing Time, May 27, 2023 04:00 PM London

Requirements

  • A computer and internet connection
  • A Zoom account

Berlin Code of Conduct

We ask all participants to read and follow the Berlin Code of Conduct and contribute to creating a welcoming environment for everyone.

Course schedule

Meet your instructor

Massimiliano Cerioni is a Berlin & Rome based AV composer, performer, sound designer and engineer. He is the founder of the independent audio software project Culto, which has released its first M4L device Simbiosi in 2021. He uses coding, augmented instruments and electronics to create compositions, performances and installations.

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