Cycling 74’s Jitter offers a vast playground of programming opportunities to create your own visual devices. In this workshop you will build your own visual device that utilizes a audio signals to manipulate imaginary. This workshop aims to provide you with suitable skills to begin exploring the jitter environment.
Session Learning Outcomes
By the end of this session a successful student will be able to:
Discover the basics of the Jitter framework.
Explore options for analysing audio signals to gather data to control visuals
Deploy objects suitable for making visuals
Apply processes from data acquired from audio signals to control visuals.
Apply UI elements and save into a Max For Live device.
Session Study Topics
- The jitter landscape
- Audio analysis
- Using visual objects
- Control visual objects
- UI & M4L devices
A computer and internet connection
A good working knowledge of computer systems
An basic awareness of audio processing
Good familiarity with MSP
Access to a copy of Max 8 (i.e. trial or full license) or Live Suite (M4L)
About the workshop leader
Ned Rush aka Duncan Wilson is a musician, producer and performer. He's most likely known best for his YouTube channel, which features a rich and vast quantity of videos including tutorials, software development, visual art, sound design, internet comedy, and of course music.