Cycling '74 presents Max 7 Hang

One week across five different cities we will introduce you to Max 7 and its creative possibilities.

Whether you’re a seasoned user or have only thought about downloading our 30-day demo, we want to hangout with you and talk about Max.

Not since the introduction of Max 5 has a new release included so many updates and changes. Max 7 introduces a new video engine, quicker patching via new objects and an entirely new time stretching algorithm built from the ground up. In addition, it’s now easier to drag and drop audio, video, VSTs and Max For Live devices directly into your patcher and be up and running.

Paris: April 22, 18 heures
Music Unit (28, rue Kleber, 93100 Montreuil sous bois, Métro ligne 9, arrêt Croix De Chavaux)
Avec Emmanuel Jourdan (Cycling ‘74 / e--j dev), Manuel Poletti (Cycling ‘74 / Music Unit)
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Los Angeles: April 27, 8pm
Human Resources (410 Cottage Home, Los Angeles, CA 90012)
Featuring Andrew Pask, Andrew Benson, Jonathan Snipes, Tom Hall and Anenon (w/ Jon-Kyle Mohr)
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Minneapolis: April 27, 8pm
STRUM Electronic Music Studio (215 Ferguson Hall, 2106 4th St S, Minneapolis, MN 55455)
Featuring Gregory Taylor (and guests)

Brooklyn: April 29, 7pm
MAGNET at BxMC (2 MetroTech Center, 8th floor, Brooklyn, NY 11201)
Featuring Rob Ramirez, Merche Blasco, Blake Carrington, Joe Diebes, and Matt Romein
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San Francisco: April 30, 7pm
Obscura Digital (729 Tennessee St., San Francisco, CA 94107)
Featuring Madalyn Fernandez, Ben Bracken and Les Stuck
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Music Unit