Bleeding edge version
A public beta of the major releases of bach, cage and dada is finally available!
If you want to check it out, the download links are here below – otherwise scroll down for stable releases.
If you want to discover what's new in bach 0.8, here are some patches introducing you to everything you need to know!
This version of bach requires Max 6.1.9 or Max 7.0.1 or higher and runs on MacOS. It should also run fine on Windows 10 and might run fine on previous version of Windows as well, but you might also run into some issues. If you are a Windows user, and you are willing to test this version, please report to us, since we are always in search for Windows testers!
IMPORTANT: This version of cage requires bach 0.8 or higher, and runs on MacOS and Windows.
IMPORTANT: This version of dada requires bach 0.8 or higher, and runs only on MacOS.
Download via Package Manager (stable version)
The simplest way to install bach and cage is via Max Package Manager (Open Max, then click on File > Package Manager). Search for the desired package, click on it and then click on the "Install" button.
If you wish to install them manually, or if you need to install anything else, scroll down.
Direct download (stable version)
bach requires Max 6.1.9 or Max 7.0.1 or higher and will run on a Mac or Windows machine.
If you're using Max 5, you can still download bach 0.7.3, see below.
cage requires bach 0.7.9 or higher, and will run on a Mac or Windows machine.
dada requires bach 0.7.9 or higher, and will run on a Mac machine (Windows version forthcoming)
Are you a developer? Do you want your Max objects to support lllls?
The bach SDK is now available (currently Mac only).
Everything you need to rebuild the objects with LGPL-licensed dependencies is here.
How to install
If you want to install any package manually, copy the folder inside the "packages" folder in your Max folder (delete the old one, if any!)
The Max packages folder is under "Documents/Max/Packages" (for Max 6.1.x) or "Documents/Max 7/Packages" (for Max 7.0.x).
To uninstall, simply delete the package folder.
Use of these versions is unsupported.
They are provided for your use as-is and will not be updated.