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Sunday, 17 January 2010

Cycling 74 Max MSP v5.1.0-Lz0

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Interactive visual programming environment for music, audio, and media. In use for over twenty years by performers, composers, artists, scientists, teachers, and students, Max is the way to make your computer do things that reflect your individual ideas and dreams.

MSP Overview:

Max users are people who want to do things that go beyond the limitations of normal software. Max is a visual programming language -- you connect objects together with patch cords to design what you want. While people have used Max to create a wide variety of applications, it's primarily designed to handle the basic elements of media: time, interactivity, and control.

MSP Overview:

MSP gives you the building blocks of a synthesis and DSP language in visual form. But more importantly, MSP permits synthesis and DSP to be controlled in expressive and powerful ways. The fact is, there are only so many ways to make sound, but there an unlimited variety of ways to control sound, due the way MSP's audio objects work together with Max's timing, control, and user interface tools.

At its most basic level, MSP offers the basic building blocks for synthesis and audio processing: oscillators, filters, delays, and envelopes. In Max 5, they've added the ability to specify the time values of envelopes and phasors in tempo-relative units. The ability to combine low- and high-level components is one of the unique aspects of working with MSP.

Max Features:

- Time: Working with time is easier in Max than traditional programming because you use objects to create visual “timing machines” whose behavior you can see, hear, and modify as they operate. Learn More
- Interactivity: Working with interactivity is easier in Max because you can design interfaces visually, and the interfaces are then part of the program itself. For example, controls the timing and transport of the timing example above. Learn More
- Control: In Max everything can be connected to everything, because everything speaks numbers. Another way to say this is that modularity is a core design principle of everything in the software. Learn More
- Extensibility: Max users extend the environment in every possible direction. As a by-product of their work with the software, passionate Max users have contributed thousands of objects written in C, Java, or Javascript back to the user community.

MSP Features:

- Building Blocks: MSP offers the basic building blocks for synthesis and audio processing: oscillators, filters, delays, and envelopes. You can specify the time values of envelopes and phasors in tempo-relative units. The ability to combine low- and high-level components is one of the unique aspects of working with MSP.
- Sampling, Recording, and Playback: MSP provides a group of objects that work together for sampling and sample playback. All use the buffer~ object that manages sample buffers up to four channels. Learn More
- Compatibility: MSP supports up to 512 input and output channels. On the Mac, MSP provides support for Core Audio and on Windows, there is ASIO, DirectSound, and MME support. Learn More
- User Interface: MSP objects for audio signal display include an oscilloscope, spectral display, level meters, waveform display, and a sonogram. You can use faders with internal smoothing, design multi-band filters graphically and edit functions with arbitrary numbers of breakpoints. Learn More
- Polyphony: The poly~ object lets you use multiple copies of any patcher you make. It supports output mixing, note allocation and voice stealing, dynamic patch loading and voice allocation, and can run patchers in different threads to support multiple processors.
- Extensibility: If you want to develop your own low-level audio algorithms, Max/MSP provides an ideal platform with its C-based API for new unit generators. Max takes care of file I/O and user interface construction as well. Another option for lower-level development is mxj~, a modular Java-based system for audio development.

Jitter Features:

- Video: Although the Jitter architecture is general, it is highly optimized for use with video data, and performs with breathtaking speed. A robust set of mathematical operators, keying/compositing, analysis, colorspace conversion and color correction, alpha channel processing, spatial warping, convolution-based filters, and special effects deliver the building blocks for your own custom video treatments.
- 2D/3D Graphics: Jitter’s integrated 2D/3D graphics support provides the tools to use hardware accellerated OpenGL graphics together with video, including the ability to texture 3D geometry with video streams in real-time, convert audio and video streams directly into geometry data, and render models, NURBS, 2D/3D text, and other common shapes.
- Ease of Use: Jitter is tightly integrated with Cycling ’74’s Max/MSP graphical programming environment which lets you visually connect data processing objects together with patchcords to create custom applications in a similar manner to analog modular synthesizers.
- Matrices: Jitter’s strength and flexibility comes from the use of a single generalized matrix data format when working with video, 3D geometry, audio, text, or any other kind of data. Jitter matrices may be composed of one of four data types: char (8 bit unsigned int), long (32 bit signed int), float32 (32 bit floating point), or float64 (64 bit floating point).
- More Details: Jitter objects also make available many aspects of their internal state in ways which will be new to even the most seasoned Max/MSP veterans. Get details about performance, networking, programmability, interoperability, and key features.

Sys Req:

- Windows XP or Vista
- 1 GB RAM
- OpenGL compatible graphics card
- OpenGL 1.4 (or later)


*Link updated Mediafire download was corrupt.


Anonymous said...

great thanks for this post.
I tried to unzip it and got "corrupt file error." I used zip repair tool to fix it, it seemed to work.
Then if I run Max5_41208.exe it bails out without any notification.
Please advise :-)
Thank you.

Vej said...

You likely had a incomplete download. Try testing the archives in winrar and it should tell you what file to download again.

Anonymous said...

always : "corrupt file error."

Anonymous said...

Hi Vej,
thanks for your reply. I downloaded the file numerous times using uTorrent, FlashGet, DownloadHelper and DownloadthemAll plugins for Firefox.
Then I used "Test" function and, each time,
I keep getting the same error from WinRAR:
"! E:\_download_\MaxMsp 5.0\ CRC failed in Cycling.74.MAXMSP.v5.1.0-Lz0\Max5_41208.exe. The file is corrupt"

Please help. I really need this application :-)

Vej said...

I fail to see how you could have used "uTorrent" to download this file from Mediafire... That is a torrent program.

You could download "Ableton Suite v8.1" which will give you Max4Live.

But here is a live link to this program that is not corrupt:
Password is on that page.

Vej said...

The text file has been updated with a new link thats not corrupt.