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Max/MSP/Jitter Summer School On August 30/31 At Leeds Metropolitan University [ Leeds, England ]

United States
English
31 July 2007 — Max/MSP/Jitter by Cycling “74 is a graphical programming language used in composition, live performance, installation, audio post production, education and research.

This workshop is specifically for those new to Max/MSP/Jitter and will focus on the basics of working with Max in a variety of situations including both audio and image processing.

Key topics to be covered include:

  • Performance interface design (including use of sensors, Wiimotes and graphics tablets),
  • Basic audio and video processing techniques,
  • Strategies for patch design and creation.
  • Learning & problem solving within the Max language,


At the completion of this course you will have an understanding of how to control digital audio and moving images using Max, MSP and Jitter, and how to extend the performative possibilities of the software through innovative interface design and external controllers. Mac and PC computers will be provided with Max/MSP/Jitter installed and users are more than welcome to bring personal laptops.

Contact details and further information: www.lmu.ac.uk/inn/summer_school_max_msp_jitter.htm

Cycling “74 & Max/MSP/Jitter: www.cycling74.com
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