Cycling ’74 has announced that Max 8, the new version of the popular programming language, will be released early next year.
Max 8, the popular programming language for building sequencers, software instruments and effects will be released in 2018.
Hot on the heels of the announcement of Ableton Live 10, Max for Live will feature a preliminary version of Max 8 and will be fully embedded within the architecture of Live.
Ableton acquired Cycling ’74 earlier this year with the goal of closer collaboration and deepening the capability of the already flexible DAW.
Aside from its audio connectivity, Max is also adept at creating audio-responsive light shows and video projection, making it versatile addition to the arsenal of any performer attempting to create a more immersive experience.
Visit Cycling ’74 for more details.
Via FACT Mag.
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