Miller Smith Puckette (b. 1959) is the associate director of the Center for Research in Computing and the Arts as well as a professor of music at the University of California, San Diego, where he has been since 1994. He is best known for authoring Max, a graphical development environment
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Customizing and preparing your default set for production drastically speeds up your process. However, people often ignore this option and start from the ground-up. Use this feature to your advantage; rather than allowing the factory default to slow your process, make the default open with your personal preferences. Then it acts as
Sexy. As. Fuck.
It’s no secret Ableton Live is the most beloved DAW for creating electronic dance music. It’s also no secret that the Live interface is fugly. Its spartan, grid-based layout has become a hallmark of effective, no-nonsense musical GUI design. Yet there is still something…missing. Maybe it’s
Nobody in the world has to prove the worth of the Novation Launchpad. The Ableton trigger surface has become ubiquitous with the Live digital audio workstation. It’s ease of use and low price have made it a favorite of bedroom producers across the world. Now,