Max/Msp comes with a lot of useful hotkeys, but have you ever wanted to make your own? It’s easier than you think!
In preparation for Thursday’s Max for Live Hacknight at GAFFTA, I wanted to share a simple patch that I use on a daily basis in Max for Live, the Documentation loader!
In preparation for the event, MaxMspTutorials.com will host a number of preparatory tutorials to help bring everyone up to speed on the basics. First up, a simple but extremely useful tool: building a bypass knob. More after the jump…
Over the past few months, I have been experimenting heavily with incorporating Max/Msp into my Audio, Video, and Software Development programs of choice. In each case, I’ve found the new nodes object a vital addition to my workflow. The ability to map a number of parameters in a patch to the nodes interface allows me to morph settings between multiple presets (similar to the Kore2 by Native Instruments).
This video is an addendum to the Help patch for the nodes object, demonstrating how to blend multiple stored presets in a Max patch using the Nodes object.
I am happy to announce that I am releasing the patch I started at the Max for Live Hacknight @ GAFFTA to the public at large.
links after the jump