MAX7 / JITTER: 3D-graphics

Max is a visual programming environment used to generate and manipulate sound, video and 3d graphics. This versatile toolkit can be used both for quick prototyping and full fledged application development, live audiovisual shows and new media installations.

Course overview
1. Introduction to Max, Examples of projects using Max. Principles of visual programming in Max, exploration of the interface, reference and examples. Exploration of the most common objects of Max. Structure of a Max patch. Basic program flow and creation of first patches.
2. Introduction to Jitter, load, control and manipulate images, sound and video. Exploration of students’ personal projects and how to get started. Individual work on projects and assistance with project-specific issues. Where to go from here, other things to discover, externals, libraries.

This course is for:
Explorer – Developer (= beginner – intermediate)
Knowing what you want and where to go with your computer skills is a good thing.

Material required:
A laptop (windows/OSX) with MAX7 installed. You can download a full 30-day trial-version from the Cycling’74 website, free of charge.

Artistic guidance:
Brecht Debackere (Who’s this?)



Course dates:
Full weekend Max7 / Jitter masterclass : Sat 20 & Sun 21 of May 2017 (10h-17h)

Full weekend Max7 / Jitter masterclass:
* 175€ (for employed and/or financially healthy people)
* 125€ (for financially insecured: students, job seekers,…)
For this reduction to apply, please provide a document to sustain your status (student card, unemployment document,…)    

Reduction opportunities:
° 25-100%: for friends, groups or organisations
° 40-100%: for AV & Performing Arts Professionals
° Early birds who sign up for a course until 1 month in advance, will receive a discount of 10% on the total amount.
° If you register along with a friend/colleague, the second person will receive a discount of 50%.

GLUON Art-Tech Hub
Slachthuisstraat 4
1000 Brussels


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