This post was originally published at ask.audio
You may have come across Gibberwocky as a Max for Live project in late 2016. It enables live coding directly inside Ableton Live and brings the worlds of live coding and musical performance closer than ever.
According to Cycling 74, at “NIME, Graham Wakefield (Cycling ’74) and Charlie Roberts (author of the super-popular Gibber environment) introduced a new Max package that offers the same kind of integration with Max features including signal processing in Gen, the Max transport, and message passing of all sorts.”
Author : Rounik Sethi