Monday, May 14, 2007
"Joshua Kit Clayton is a musician, developer and computer programmer who develops Jitter for Max/MSP. Jitter "extends the Max/MSP programming environment to support realtime manipulation of video, 3D graphics and other data sets... Jitter abstracts all data as multidimensional matrices, so objects that process images can also process audio, volumetric data, 3d vertices, or any numerical information you can get into the computer." (0) As a musician, Joshua Kit Clayton moved towards including realtime video in performances of his musics, musics that can be variously categorized as electronic, laptop [+/or] glitch. recording under the name Kit Clayton, Clayton tours internationally + has released music through Orthlorng Musork (the label he owned + operated) as well as through Cycling '74 (the company for whom Clayton works developing Jitter). Jitter's introduction in 2003 contributed significantly to the expansion of cinematic approaches to realtime audio + video, especially appealing to developers already familiar with Cycling '74's software product Max/MSP."
All this thanks to Criticalart that made this interview with Kid Clayton
This conversation is divided in 10 parts of audio.