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Max meetup - What's new in Max 8.3 / June 18th

Taught by: Ned Rush

The meetup runs via Zoom and will be approx. 2-hours in length.

All talks are recorded and made available shortly on our YouTube channel.

Talk to the presenters and ask questions, join a room on topics of your choice, show other participants your projects, ask for help, or help others out, collaborate with others, meet peers in the chill-out breakout room.


Speakers & presentations

A multimedia experience designer and artist based in Munich (Germany), having been working with the software Max/MSP since 2013.
He uses Max professionally to develop commercial interactive installation for companies, scholars and artists, helping them to unlock their creative potential through design and technical support.
As a passionate Max teacher, he teaches the software both online and offline, through workshops, university courses, and his YouTube channel "Amazing Max Stuff".
Federico is currently working with Cycling74 on expanding the visual capabilities of Max/MSP.

A composer, multimedia artist, and programmer based in Turin (Italy). He works as a consultant for the software house Cycling '74, where he develops the Jitter visual programming product. He's a Member of the artistic collective SPIME.IM and has participated in numerous international electronic music festivals (like Ars Electronica, L.E.V., Club to Club, and Nextones). In addition, he works as a music composer for TV commercials (IKEA, Yamaha, Chanel, Sir Winston Tea, Poltronesofà, among others). He is also a "multimedia programming for audiovisual arts" teacher at the New Academy of Fine Arts (Milan).

Join Meetup

  • Matteo Marson
  • Frederico Foderado
Membership plan: Just Curious | Topics: Creative Coding, Sound Design ...

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This class is free!


  • A computer and internet connection
  • A webcam and mic
  • A Zoom account
  • Nice to have: Access to Max (trial or full copy)

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.

Useful links

About the workshop leader

Duncan Wilson (aka Ned Rush) is a musician, producer and content creator based in the UK. Whilst perhaps largely known for his Youtube channel, he has also released music independently as well developing content for Isotonik Studios.