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When performing live with computers, musicians often wonder how to visually entertain the audience. Playing music from behind a laptop gives little cues to how the music is made. The performer could be a virtuoso, or writing e-mails, they wouldn't behave differently. This is a departure from acoustic instruments, where each note requires physical actions visible to the audience.

When musicians work with visual artists, they can propose a narrative and aesthetic that matches the song, but what if you're performing on your own? How can you produce entertaining visuals that reflect what you are doing behind the laptop?

In this talk, Rob will give an overview of Jitter, and how it can be used to build visuals that connect to your audio events.



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