How to Watch Adobe MAX Live on October 14th & 15th!

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Adobe's yearly MAX conference is coming to Los Angeles from October 15th-17th where they will be showcasing new tools and have hands-on time with creators. Fortunately, you don't need to be in Southern California to see their live keynotes. 

Adobe is live streaming both keynotes next week and if you sign up here you can watch them for free. 

Here's the schedule from Adobe's website:

Monday, October 15, 9-11am PDT
The Next Generation of Creativity You have no shortage of great ideas. Our goal is to help you bring those ideas to reality as beautifully and easily as possible. At the opening MAX Keynote, the Adobe Creative Cloud team will unveil the hundreds of new tools, features, and innovations that will accelerate your work, liberate your creativity, and drive new mediums.

Tuesday, October 16, 10-11:30am PDT
Community Inspires Creativity Join us for a day that celebrates the power of community and creativity -- you'll hear from multi-faceted artists across different disciplines who will share their unique stories of triumph and inspiration. These include comic book artist Nicola Scott; photographer Albert Watson; a conversation with GRAMMY-winning artist Questlove and actress, producer, and writer Lilly Singh; and Academy Award-winning filmmaker Ron Howard.


Once Adobe switched to a subscription model it forced them to step up their game. No longer could they count on you being happy with a product you bought and planned on keeping it for years. If they want to keep your business they have to keep improving their apps... all of them. Many people who subscribe to Adobe Creative Cloud get the bundled version because it comes with every program they make. In order to make you feel like you're getting your money's worth every month, they have to keep improving their products while also giving you new ones. It can be very expensive, but if you're a professional in the media world, one month fee can give you almost all the apps you need. 

So, get on over to Adobe and sign up for the MAX keynotes next week to see for yourself what's new.