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algomusic.com now offers a LIVE LITE license for $9.99. This license type permits the use of LiveScore devices inside Ableton Live, but will not allow further editing or development in Max. The following table gives an overview of the existing license types for individual … Continue reading
The LiveScore Viewer was greatly improved with this release. It provides the most integrated way to manipulate LiveScore clips via a notation editor even while the clip is playing. Mouse and keyboard actions make it possible to add, delete and transpose notes, … Continue reading
MaxScore 0.8 was released today. It contains, besides many bug fixes on various levels, a new notation canvas providing better looking scores. We are looking forward to finally publishing tutorial videos over the next months for basic MaxScore programming and the MaxScore Editor … Continue reading
We are working on a new version of MaxScore which we will begin to beta test shortly. This version will draw to a new canvas implementing the MGraphics drawing language, thereby kissing goodbye to the old canvas which was based … Continue reading
If you use LiveScore.Viewer please upgrade to the most recent version of MaxScore ASAP. The version fixes a bug that prevented proper transcription of Live Clips in tempos other than quarter = 60.
MaxScore 0.7.0 was just released on November 1st, 2015. This version contains numerous bug fixes and new features which we will include in our documentation as we move along. Stay put.
A crash of the LiveScore Demo set occurring in the 64-bit version of Ableton Live was fixed in the most recent version of Max (7.0.6). It is therefore recommended that all users download it from Cycling ’74.
MaxScore does run on Max 7, but there are a few caveats, particularly on Mac OS X. Graphically, certain items will look a bit different since Max’s GUI has been altered considerably. This shouldn’t affect MaxScore’s functionality but calls for some changes … Continue reading
New features: MaxScore’s editor is going to feature a brand new method to work with microtonal music. Staff styles, available since v. 0.4 have now been modularized; meaning that users can create their own style definitions and make them accessible via a new plugin … Continue reading
The current release offers a version of MaxScore/LiveScore capable of running in the 64-bit versions of Live and Max. At this point this comes with a few caveats which are listed on the Known Issues page.