Matrix Maker X
Matrix Maker X
2.0

4.9

Matrix Maker X free download for Mac

Matrix Maker X2.0

18 April 2020

12-tone music composer and analyzer.

Overview

Matrix Maker X is designed for use in the composition and/or analysis of twelve-tone music. It is designed to facilitate the easy creation and formatting of twelve-tone matrices (12 x 12 arrays) used in the composition and/or analysis of twelve-tone music, as well as the creation and formatting of 7 x 7, 6 x 6, and 5 x 5 matrices (or, for that matter, of any dimension from 2 x 2 through 12 x 12). Any number of matrices can be created without exiting and re-initializing the application; this is particularly advantageous if the program is being used in a networked environment.

What's new in Matrix Maker X

Version 2.0:

This version sports an updated interface, along with some other feature updates:

  • The ability to expand or contract matrix size to reflect font size changes
  • Exporting to HTML
  • The ability to play the set and the altered set (if any) directly in the Edit window

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How would you rate Matrix Maker X app?

3 Reviews of Matrix Maker X

18 April 2020
Version: 2.0

Most helpful

Note from developer: the part of the description that says “this version incompatible” should read “this version IS compatible”.
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18 April 2020
Version: 2.0
Note from developer: the part of the description that says “this version incompatible” should read “this version IS compatible”.
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4.75
Cmuviolin
16 April 2006
Version: 1.1.5
Great software, really saves time in composing and analysis. Very fast and smooth with easy to understand layout.
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5
Anonymous
26 May 2003
Version: 1.1.1
Several months ago, I wrote a review of v1.0, praising the software and the author. At that time, I suggested that the author expand the documentation to include more explanations of the analysis. In addition, I have been waiting for tetrachordal combinatoriality analysis. In this latest version (1.1.1), the author, John, has greatly expanded the documentation and the analysis of tetrachords. In the past, I've had questions about the program and found smalll bugs. John has always been very polite, helpful, and responsive about answering email and fixing any problems. I highly recommend this software for anyone interested in studying or composing serial music. Great software, great price, great author. Thanks!
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