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Kirschner makes music. Ott has made a piece of software called superDraw. The program allows an artist to accompany music with drawing, where the drawn lines animate in ways the artist actually wants.
“In its current iteration, the program is being used as a visual instrument, providing visuals for live music,” Ott writes on the superDraw website.
A lot of programs have been written to respond to music. You might have played around with them in Windows Media Player, once upon a time, like this reporter did. Ott’s software, however, lets a person create something moving and flowing that can be projected along with a musical performance.
It enables the artist to perform live, with the musician.
Here’s a past video of Ott’s superDraw accompanied by one of Kirschner’s recordings.
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