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This is my 100th post! Thanks for all the support 🙂 Nick Maxwell from Nick’s Tutorials, put together an awesome tutorial on how to use Sound Doodle. It’s a lot better than the one I originally  made. Nick makes fantastic Ableton Live tutorials. If you haven’t already, check them out! Enjoy!

Sound Doodle is a free desktop application for Mac that takes the act of doodling, and brings it to the world of sound. The interface elements are designed so that you can mold your sound by doodling. I’ve created a SoundCloud Sound Doodle group for us to share our creations. Check out the walk-through to […]

I ran a competition on Social Sound Design (SSD) where the first person to get the Nice Question Badge would win a signed copy of David Sonnenschein’s book Sound Design: The Expressive Power of Music, Voice and Sound Effects in Cinema. The winner is Fabrice Million (what a cool name), a Frenchman living in Australia. […]

Since Arduino 17, many people have been having issues with getting Arduino and Max/MSP communicating. Hans-Christopher Steiner posted a comment in the tutorial How to Set up Arduino and Max/MSP saying that he has released an update, which should sort some bugs out. Here’s what Hans-Christopher wrote: The StandardFirmata in 0017 turned out to be […]

There has been a crucial update. This version doesn’t work anymore. Update available here ———————————————————————————————————– First off, a big thanks to Matthew Eddey for helping with the Ruby script and Twitter API. Also to all the people that helped along the way. This should work on Max 5 and Mac OS and Window. how to […]

Since the upgrade of Firmata v2, it has been difficult communicating between Max/MSP and the Arduino board. However, thanks to Christopher Coleman, who updated the Max patch of Marius Schebella, it’s working again. Thank you Chris! Download the latest Maxuino here. This is a basic tutorial on how to set up communication between Arduino and […]

Audio recording tips by Jack Black. [via califaudio]

I built a telephone keypad sound generator using Max/MSP. The goal of this tutorial is to accurately produce the sound of a telephone keypad by pressing on its corresponding number. I hit many hurdles on the way and I am pretty certain that this is not the best way, but it does the job. This […]

This the first of hopefully many tutorials. It is a basic run through of the the Soundhack Binaural filter. Soundhack is free and you can download it here. When watching this tutorial you should use headphones. [vimeo][/vimeo]