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Max meetup 24th April – Europe Edition

Date & Time: Saturday 24th April 3pm UK Level: Open to all levels Join the Max meetup to share ideas and learn with other artists, coders and performers. Showcase your patches, pair with others to learn together, get help for a school assignment, or discover new things. The meetup runs via Zoom. The main session features short presentations from Max users. Breakout rooms are created on the spot on specific topics, and you can request a new topic... Read More

Max meetup 17th April – Americas Edition

Date & Time: Saturday 17th April 3pm LA / 6pm NYC Level: Open to all levels Join the Max meetup to share ideas and learn with other artists, coders and performers. Showcase your patches, pair with others to learn together, get help for a school assignment, or discover new things. The meetup runs via Zoom. The main session features short presentations from Max users. Breakout rooms are created on the spot on specific topics, and you can request... Read More

Max meetup – Europe Edition 2

FREE Date:  Saturday 30th January – 3pm UK time / 4pm CET Level: Open to all levels  Overview Join the Max meetup to share ideas and learn with other artists, coders and performers. Showcase your patches, pair with others to learn together, get help for a school assignment, or discover new things. The meetup runs via Zoom. The main session features short presentations from Max users. Breakout rooms are created on the spot on specific topics,... Read More

An Introduction to Markov Chains: Machine Learning in Max/MSP

Difficulty level: Beginner Overview Markov chains are mathematical models that have existed in various forms since the 19th century, which have been used to aid statistical modelling in many real-world contexts, from economics to cruise control in cars. Composers have also found musical uses for Markov Chains, although the implied mathematical knowledge needed to implement them often appears daunting. In this workshop we will demystify the Markov... Read More

Algorithmic Composition in Max: Bringing Order to Chaos

Learn to construct music-generating algorithms in Max, to compose semi-autonomously or supplement your compositional practice. Level: Intermediate  Composing with randomness For centuries, musicians have incorporated chance-based elements into their compositions, first through coin flips and dice rolls and more recently through computer software. Today, building music-oriented algorithmic systems is easier than ever with Max. What you will learn In... Read More