Attribute Parsing

I’ve been working with javascript in MaxMSP quite a lot recently. I find it easier to work with when dealing with lists, logic and patch scripting. Personally, I think it makes a lot more sense to use a few lines of code than loads of standard objects. I will share some of these javascript tools in the future, hopefully someone will find them useful. In the meantime I’ve been tidying them up, documenting them and making helpfiles. While doing this I realised that it would be nice to be able to use @style attributes in the [js] object like you can in standard objects rather than just creating an array from the “jsarguments” property. So I decided to write a script to parse both attributes and arguments automatically so you don’t have to search for them yourself. Continue reading…

Birthday Club

Here’s some music that I’ve had floating around for absolutely ages. These are the most polished versions of the songs that I have on my computer. It is a collaboration between me and my friend Lindsay who is a pretty brilliant illustrator as well as being a lyricist and singer. It was created Postal Service style while we were in different cities except using the cleverness of FTP. We should really get together and try to write some more music, I haven’t written anything in ages and I miss it a lot. The name we write under is “Birthday Club”. I hope you enjoy the tracks. Continue reading…