There are many benefits to Max for Live; for one, it comes with a number of ready-to-use devices, including the entire Pluggo collection of synths and effects. In addition, the Max for Live community is a rich resource for hundreds of devices. Max for Live is also a powerful tool ...
Our partners at Cycling '74 - creators of Max - recently released an extremely helpful, 18-part video series on programming with Max for Live. These videos go through a series of useful devices and techniques in Max for live, and no prior knowledge of Max or any kind of programming is required. If you're more of a seasoned Max user, these videos can also be a helpful set of ideas for new devices.
Let's take a look at the dub delay device included in these tutorials. If you're a complete beginner, be sure to also review the first video in the series. To start, learn some core concepts in making a simple delay with Max:
Next, follow this two-part series on making a dub delay, with more of an analog/tape-style character to it:
Lastly, don't forget to check out the whole series on YouTube to learn more about programming with Max for Live.