Amsterdam MaxForLive Users Group

MaxMSP and Max For Live users welcome!

24 Jan 2011

Hosted by STEIM, an open meeting space for users of MaxMSP and MaxForLive users to share their work, get feedback, and foster a local community of electronic musicians here in the Netherlands.


MaxForLive Users Group - Jonathan Reus

Attention Ableton and Max/MSP Users!
Max for Live brings all the control data routing, algorithmic composition, and live processing power of Max/MSP into the intuitive, clip-based environment of Live. It's a perfect match for those looking to do sophisticated live electronics within an elegant interface. Each month, STEIM is happy to be hosting the meeting of Amsterdam's Max for Live Users Group, organized by local Max/MSP expert Danny de Graan and users like yourself. Max/MSP and Live users welcome!

Date: Monday, January 24, 2011
Time: 19:00 hrs.
Venue: Steim Studio 3, Utrechtsedwarsstraat 134, Amsterdam
Entry: Free

Through the Max for Live users group we hope to encourage a strong community of Max/MSP and Max for Live users in the Netherlands. The meeting is a place to get to know other users of all levels of expertise. Come present your latest work, either finished projects or works in progress, share the patches and devices you have created and get feedback from other users on your work. If you have specific questions about Max/MSP and Max For Live, or want to learn to do specific things using Max/MSP and Live, then we can look into these topics together.

For more information about this meeting you can email us at: max4live.users AT steim DOT nl

Or sign up for our mailing list by sending an email to: amsterdam-maxforlive-users+subscribe AT googlegroups DOT com

Each meeting features presentations by some of the participants and encourages open discussion about whatever project you're currently working on. STEIM will provide a studio space, beamer, and PA-system for your music-making pleasure, but do let us know if you need any special additional equipment!

Drinks will also be available.

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