am I the only person in the universe who has no real idea what max for live really is, and if I need it? I usually begin with a "preset," or empty patch and tweak it until I come up with what fits the musical piece I am trying to create. I'd personally rather play a guitar, or piano chords, or even hold my cock and tweak filters on a sequence, compared to endless hours of programming sounds. I may not be the "cat's meow," as far as my music goes, but I am pretty inspired, understand theory and have some, chops and experience behind me....
Is it pointless for a person like me to get into max, or am I missing out on one of the best kept secrets in music production?
Many people tried to point me into reaktor, but I just did not feel that I wanted to invest the time in programing sounds, vs composing tracks... shall I duck as the shit begins to fly in my direction?
Live, Reason, Moog sub phatty, Moog sub 37, Ozone 6, guitars, Pedals, proper ergonomic sitting posture, french pressed coffee with a pinch of cardamon.