Date & Time: Saturday 23rd October 2021 4pm UK / 5pm Berlin / 8am LA / 11am NYC
Meetup length 2-hours
Level: Open the all levels
Meetups are a great way to meet and be inspired by the Max community.
What to expect?
The meetup runs via Zoom and will be approx. 2-hours in length.
This session will feature presentations from expert practitioners:
Michele Zaccagnini - Beyond Jitter: audiovisuals in Max using shaders
- Overview: In this presentation I will demystify, or at least whet your appetite for, shaders in Max. I will also present a set of tools I helped develop to port MIDI and audio to shaders, and have them rendered in all sorts of formats. While shaders can be intimidating at first, they are incredibly powerful and offer enormous possibilities for the audiovisual composer. They are entirely run on the GPU and allow for completely flexible visual programming which is very suitable for abstract visuals. After years of practicing audiovisual composition I believe that the Max+Shaders combo is simply delicious!
- More info https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXMQVkLE-bKdA7cycXECtCQ https://www.patreon.com/michelez
Philip Meyer: Modular Sequencing with Jamoma
- Overview: I am in the process of building a modular system for creating dynamic musical sequences. This is the early stages of a long-term project for me to build a powerful environment in which I can create intricate, novel compositions as dynamic data systems, eschewing the need for a timeline. For this project, I decided to use the Jamoma package for the first time. This seems at present to have been a good decision - Jamoma's "MVC" architecture is intuitive and clean, and the cueing system is working well so far. I am eager to show the group what I have made so far and gather any feedback, advice, or ideas the group may have. I'm particularly curious to hear the thoughts of anybody who has extensive experience with Jamoma. I might also be interested in bringing any collaborators or beta testers on to the project if anybody is so inclined.
- Bbandcamp: inter-modal.bandcamp.com
Following these presentations breakout rooms are created where you can:
Talk to the presenters and ask questions
Fancy a collaboration challenge? In one of the breakout rooms, host Ned Rush will be leading 'Ready, Steady, Patch!' sign up to learn more!
Show other participants your projects, ask for help, or help others out
Meet peers in the chill-out breakout room
- 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.
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