Kit Clayton

Kit Clayton is a San Francisco-based electronic and digital musician as well as a programmer for Cycling ‘74, where he is responsible for further development of the Max/MSP MIDI/audio programming environment and a significant contributor to Jitter - a video processing component of Max. Clayton uses Max/MSP and Jitter extensively in his own abstract musical compositions, which have been described as including aspects of ambient computer music and glitch. From 2000-2004 Clayton operated his own label Orthlorng Musork. Clayton graduated from Wesleyan University, where he studied electronic music and computer science.