Bonk#~가 새로 등장했네요. 자세한 사항은 아래를 참조하세요

Miller Puckette and I are happy to release Bonk3~, and updated version
of Bonk~. It’s pretty configurable, and I find better results with
this than the previous version. Don’t ask me what happened to Bonk2~,
we’re still figuring out how to deal with it emotionally.

For right now it is available on my site at
, and should be available on Miller’s site at some point in the not so
distant future. There is a make file for pd there as well. Works under
Max 4 and 5. Source is there because thats how I roll.

The object is complied for Mac UB, and will compile for Windows,
although I haven’t done it. If anyone does, send it over and I will
include it in the package. My general M.O. is not to care about
Windows until forced by Adam Smith’s invisible hand.

Ted Appel also did some work on this, and Ben Bracken stumbled upon
the solution to a strange bug I had. Mad props.

Please send me bug reports. There probably are some.


barry threw
Media Art and Technology

San Francisco, CA
Work: 857-544-3967
Email: bthrew (at) gmail (dot) com

[sfmarkers~] version 0.4.0 released

Max/MSP externals


Returns the list and number of markers present in a sound file. The position of the markers is available in ms or sample. It works with WAVE, AIFF and sdII files in pre Max5 versions.

Max/MSP 5.0, Mac only

  • v0.4.0, Universal Binary, SDII support removed

Max/MSP 4.6 or later, Mac only

Max/MSP 3.5.9 up to Max/MSP 4.5.7, Mac only

  • v0.3.5, loops defined in WAVE files added
  • v0.3, SDII format added
  • v0.2.2, AIFF and WAVE

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What You Talkin’ Bout, Willits? Max for Live!

We interrupt our usual broadcasting to bring you a special preview of the unreleased Max for Live!

Ableton gave Christopher Willits the green light to show off some of
the features from the not-yet-released Max for Live. If you’re a
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Tune in once a month as Christopher shows us some of the ways he
produces his own music, as well as the many cool things you can do with
recording software. According to Christopher, “I simply want to excite
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