Transports and Synchronization
Understanding Storage: let, const, @state, @param
Using the Audio Plugin/Desktop Application Template
Programming a Custom UI with JUCE
RNBO Raspberry Pi OSCQuery Runner
RNBO starts in Max, but ends wherever you want to take it.
While based in Max, RNBO extends Max in meaningful ways and most users will benefit from some orientation. Here you will find a range of educational materials designed to help you learn how to use and integrate RNBO into your workflow to achieve your creative goals and visions.
If you're here for the first time we recommend starting with the first experience tutorial, which will walk you through the process of exporting a RNBO patch to a vst plugin.
The Getting Started, Fundamentals, and Patcher UI sections are a great next step.
Once you are familiar with the basic concepts in rnbo~, you can continue your learning journey in any number of ways. We've organized the information into categories that address the main areas of exploration. These cover everything from working with presets to our supported export Targets and raw Code Export options.
Detailed object and codebox operator reference as well as JS and C++ API reference sections can be found via the Reference section in the top navigation bar.