Check them out below.
Cycling '74 Max support comes to Blend
This feature has ended. We'd like to thank everyone who participated -- you are what makes this community great. Join us in congratulating the winner(s)!
The touch-responsive Seaboard RISE opens a new universe for shaping sounds and making music. Coupled with Max, a software framework that opens another universe for experimenting with sound, the possibilities become truly endless. In Max, you connect patches using virtual cords. It’s as intuitive as an analog synthesizer yet the combinations are infinite, letting you build sounds and virtual instruments that perfectly suit you, your projects, and the spontaneous experiments that lead to amazing music.
If you are a user of Ableton Live, you have probably used or heard of Max for Live, and its impressive collection of advanced plug-ins for Live.
Max removes the boundaries of traditional music software — but without making you learn to code. Together with the Seaboard RISE it doubles your sonic universe. Just like the RISE it’s a flexible tool for any music-maker; from tracking simple tracks to audio-visual symphonies, and any genre, from experimental electronic to classical.
We’d like to invite you to take this combo for a spin.
Download the 30-day trial version of Max and share what you create on Blend to earn a full license of Max for 1 year!
Blend now supports Cycling ‘74 projects so your creations will not only be safely backed up in the cloud, but will also become collaborative!
Check out some of the amazing Max patches created by the Cycling ‘74 team on the right to get your creative juices flowing, then show us what you come up with by publishing it to Blend with the hashtag #RISEPATCH by December 31, 2016.
WINNER ANNOUNCEMENT: We would like to thank everyone who participated and explored Cycling ‘74. We would like to highlight and congratulate sevaztian and Reiche as the winners for this production challenge. Check out their tracks that incorporate Max below: