mixed maxed

Posted by on Dec 20, 2009 in animation, DIY, excitement, music, video, vj

so it took almost exactly a year to write and record and now my next album “with the moon alongside racing us home” is mixed!  complete! done!  finito! pung! bahoogled!  i made a lot of those words up, feel free to use them (CC non-profit, attribution, share-alike).

now all this mixing’s done i’m focusing on my live show and getting axis out into the world.  i’m also enjoying playing with max for live as an audio visual environment.  getting sensors to the party is the next step i think… like some sort of reactive audio-visual “thingy”.

artwork for the album has to be done too… might start on that now.

bob out.


  1. bastian
    December 21, 2009

    this is very inspiring stuff. i really like the tune in your video. i also looked up these maxforlive devices. could find everything but this ASR device, which collects notes and puts out chords. would you tell me where you got it from?

  2. bob
    December 21, 2009

    thanks a lot bastian,

    yep, found the ASR here:

    i think it’s made for other purposes but seems to make a pretty good chord aggregator.

  3. bastian
    December 21, 2009

    of course i would also love to try your midi video device.

  4. bastian
    December 21, 2009

    wow, quick reply. thanks so much!

  5. Woody
    December 28, 2009

    +1 for the midi video patch is there anyway I could try that out?

  6. fritz
    January 23, 2010

    what a great device, please let me try!

  7. incredible
    March 22, 2010

    I’m new in m4l !!! But I very like the video possibility….Is it possible that you send me your patch for this device, it will be grantly appreciate

    Thanx Ben

  8. la_tristesse
    May 10, 2010

    Exactly what I was searching for. Would you mind sending me a copy of your patch?

    Cheers Tristan

  9. bruderjakob
    May 18, 2010

    yeah thats great!

    would also appreciate to get a copy of this patch, i wanna get deeper into all the max4live thing, especially with jitter and VJing, so your patch would be a great opportunity to learn basic stuff!