BigBoringBaldy wrote me the following:Originally posted by BigBadBaldy
"Why do you come here, and why, why do you hang around?"
- from "Suedehead" by Morrissey.
From "Suedehead" to Suedehead.
you can make tunes. you can make anything. you just have to understand how to do it. the tutorials do a good job of teaching you how it works.Originally posted by OTIS
Havent put much time into it, but, is it just a programming environment or can you actually make tunes with it?
Ahh cool, I'll try if for the 30 days.. see how far I can get. If I decide to take up programming I'll give it a shot.. it needs a windows makeover tho.Originally posted by Syntax Error
you can make tunes. you can make anything. you just have to understand how to do it. the tutorials do a good job of teaching you how it works.
any softsynth you can think of can be BUILT in max/msp. any sequencer can be built in max/msp. the trouble is that you have to do everything yourself(or you can use other people's patches but that's cheating!).
takes a lot of time and patience, there is no way around learning the environment.
I'm not up on the programming tip, so that's why I was confused.Originally posted by Syntax Error
windows has been trying to be mac for years, let's not get into this. have you ever done any c programming? the logic is the same(max objects are basicly functions in c).