I keep getting messages if I know or could make a video course on programming with Max for Live. There are quite a lot of resources out there, but some can be hard to find. So here's a collection of great learning resources that I have come across over the last few years. Hours of hours of tutorial videos and some useful reading materials to top it off.
For all Max for Live developers, until July 15 there's the opportunity to participate in the competition by Archipel to win prizes and the release of the submitted patch.
This one's not new, but worth mentioning for all who want to learn Max for Live and who have Ableton Push. I'd posted the first tutorial in the series ‘Push Programming Oct13′ by Cycling '74. Now here's the rest.
At least in the northern hemisphere, the cold season is coming closer and closer. A great time to start a new indoors project. Like learning how to programme Push with Max for Live. The folks at Cycling '74 have started a tutorial series about exactly that.
For those who want to learn Max for Live, but to find it difficult on their own, Bit Voltage now offers a beginner's video class. The course explains the basics of Max for Live in simple steps, with a focus on accessing and manipulating parts of your Live Sets through the Live API.
I'm happy to announce that my first Ableton Live course is now online. "Ableton Live 9 Essentials" is designed for anyone who wants to learn how to produce their own music with Ableton Live. I've also teamed up with Christian Kleine, musician and Max for Live developer at Ableton, to offer you a variety of services.