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In a recent interview, Joseph Wesley reveals how he started his music career, some of his techniques on musical experiments and the importance of visual music.
"The way someone performs is very important to me. Sure, his music might sound great, but is he connecting with the audience. Is there any kind of eye contact? Does the crowd feel involved? When I watch my replay, I can learn what I can improve on personally. To be honest, one reason that I like to record myself might also be because as an athlete, I had to watch game film on myself at least once a week. The same principle was there: see what I did wrong and find a way to fix it. Another reason why I record myself is so that the music file doesn't take space on my computer. Every time I end the stream, the video uploads directly to Twitch and YouTube, which is very convenient when it comes to playing my whole video with my music."