Well, with MAX/MSP, I don't plan on doing any
serious programming at the outset, just hosting my current VST effects and
Reaktor 5, plus Mobius. I can manage that, and I learn really fast. Then I can
start thinking about creating my own VST effects....I'm sure for some time I'll
be testing out all the hundreds of Reaktor ensemble effects.
Surely the learning curve just to use MAX/MSP as a
VST host is not that great....????
By the way, Jeff (Larsen), have you tested Mobius
in MAX/MSP? I guess I should validate that first.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, June 28, 2006 10:33
Subject: Re: Thoughts on the Eclipse,
Fireworx, G-Force, and PCM81
Both R5 and Max have SERIOUS learning curves, esp. Max.
Even if you eventually want to have and use both, tackling them both at
the same time sounds like a BAD idea. Why not think: getting FireworX and
EITHER R5 or Max = getting an Eclipse?
Either way, you KNOW you’ll be buying more toys later anyway.
On Jun 28, 2006, at 9:15 PM, Krispen Hartung wrote:
I can buy either Reaktor and