Sharing Max Patchers

Sharing Max Patchers

You've finally finished it: the perfect Max patch. Now it's time to share it with the world. For people who have Max, you can send them an entire Max patch as a block of compressed text using the Copy Compressed command. It's also possible to share a working Max patch with people who don't have Max by using Collectives or Standalone Applications. Of course, maybe you've built an entire library of Max patches for sharing and reuse. In that case, check out abstractions, externals and packages.

See Also

Name Description
Snippets Snippets
Working With Projects Working With Projects
Sharing Patches Sharing Patches
About Collectives About Collectives
Collective Editor Collective Editor
Standalones Standalones
Collective Build Scripts Collective Build Scripts
Building Standalones Building Standalones
Configuring Standalone Options Configuring Standalone Options
Mac Standalone Applications Mac Standalone Applications
Windows Standalone Applications Windows Standalone Applications
ReWire and Standalones ReWire and Standalones
Search Paths in Standalones Search Paths in Standalones
Max Basic Tutorial 14: Encapsulation Max Basic Tutorial 14: Encapsulation
Max Basic Tutorial 15: Abstractions Max Basic Tutorial 15: Abstractions
Max Interface Tutorial 1: bpatchers Max Interface Tutorial 1: bpatchers
Max Interface Tutorial 2: Picture UI Elements Max Interface Tutorial 2: Picture UI Elements
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