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Max (in 64bit) for Live
Cycling '74 releases public beta of Max 6.1

27-Feb-13    full story...

Coming Soon To Ableton Live: Buffer Shuffler
Part Of Max For Live

13-Sep-09    full story...

Max/MSP Version 5 Released
Many new features in the media development software

24-Apr-08    full story...

  AESSF06: Cycling '74 Show More Lemur Action
Entire range of plugs for Intel macsw too

08-Oct-06    full story...

AES06SF: Updated Lemur On Show
Cycling ’74 shows Jazzeditor 1.5 for the Jazzmutant Lemur reconfigurable control surface

06-Oct-06    full story...

Cycling '74 Plug-Ins Go Universal Binary
All plug-ins – Pluggo, Hipno, Mode and Upmix - now compatible with Intel Macs

28-Sep-06    full story...

Graphical Programming Environment Updated For Mac Intel
Cycling '74 updates Max/MSP/Jitter

17-Aug-06    full story...

Cycling 74 Over To Windows
Mode for Windows now shipping

30-Mar-05    full story...

NAMM: Pluggo for Windows from Cycling '74
XP release sees software improvements too

20-Jan-05    full story...

NAMM: Hipno Plug-ins From Cycling '74
It's OK they're from San Francisco...

19-Jan-05    full story...

I Got Unnatural Rhythm, I Got Music
Could you ask for anything more? Cycling '74 provide new sample CD

20-May-04    full story...

AES: Cycling '74 peddles MSP 2.0
Max objects wheeled out

03-Oct-00    full story...




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