Download Jamoma for Max
Install using Package Manager
The easiest way to install Jamoma for Max is to do it directly in Max using the Package Manager. Please follow the instructions in this video.
Package Manager is available in Max 7.1 and newer versions.
Alternatively you can download the latst release from GitHub and install yourself. The download is organised as a Max Package.
If you want to be up to speed with the most recent development, you can download the nightly builds. Any changes, addition and bug fixes that we do makes it into these releases within 24 hours.
Experiencing bugs or problems?
Please report bugs to the bug tracker. If you need help and support, please contact us via the user forum.
Legacy version – Jamoma 0.5
Final version before the introduction of model-view-controller separation
Jamoma 0.5.7 for Mac
Jamoma 0.5.7 requires OSX 10.7 or newer, as well as Max 6.0.8 or newer. Max need to run as a 32-bit application.
Using Jamoma 0.5.7 with Max 6.0.8:
- Download and run the installer.
Using Jamoma 0.5.7 with Max 6.1 or newer
- Download and run the installer
- Download the Jamoma 0.5.7 package, unzip, and copy the two packages (Jamoma and Jamoma Dependencies) to
- Ensure that Max is running as a 32-bit application, not 64-bit.
Jamoma 0.5.6 for Windows
Windows Dependencies for 0.5.6
The Windows installer dates from 9 November 2011, and only works with the 32-bit version of Max.
Q: How do you see if a patch is made with Jamoma 0.5 or Jamoma 1?
A: The names of externals in Jamoma 0.5.7 started with a
jcom. prefix. The names of modules would have a
jmod. prefix. In Jamoma v.1 externals have a
j. prefix, and the names of model and view patchers ends with