Topic of the month: The Anatomy of a Jitter Patch
19:15 Chris Speed
19:45 Open Mic&Beam
Chris Speed is an experienced audiovisual artist and VJ exploring systems for generative art. Max/MSP/Jitter is among one of his most widely used tools for creative coding. In this presentation, we will explore how to work with Jitter to make visuals and various patching techniques within OpenGL. Check his work @ https://www.facebook.com/
This is a free-to-all, informal and participatory meetup focusing on the visual programming environment MaxMSP. A platform for the specialised needs of artists, educators and researchers working with audio, visual media and physical computing. It is one of the most used frameworks for designing and prototyping custom systems for live performances, art installations, with infinite scientific, experimental and interactive applications.
A place to share knowledge, patches and ideas. This meetup is a monthly event co-organised by the London Max Group (hosting at Stour Space) and Music Hackspace (hosting at Somerset House Studios).
We recommend you bring your laptop.
If you wish to present your work during the Open Mic&Beam (10-15min slots), we encourage you to download our presentation template.
Max MSP is developed and maintained by Cycling’74. It is proprietary software but can be used for free for 30 days. It works with MAC and PC. Alternatively, PureData is an open-source project that works similarly to MaxMSP and available for free here.