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Stealth
Created : 21 November 2006
Edited : 21 November 2006
System : Windows
Language : Blitz

Visualizer Demo

See your music...

Visualizer Demo
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This is a music visualizer that I have been working on for a music player. Its not the graphical aspect that makes this cool (because it lacks that). Its the ability to "see" your music play. It is very calm when the music is calm. Theres lots of chaos when the music is fast. It also switches between two colors when the depending if the song is calm or noisy. Something else that I think is impressive, is it does everything in real time. Let me tell you, there are a lot of crazy math formulas going in to this program. Each pixel requires 5 math equations to blur, per frame. Thats about 6,000,000 calculations a second (well if it runs at 30fps ). Lots and lots of thinking went in to this visualizer... Tell me what you think after you watch it.

To move the window, click down on it and drag it.

(You need your own MP3 files. You will be prompted to open one when you run the program.)

 

Comments


Tuesday, 21 November 2006, 18:47
Jayenkai
Works great with War of the Worlds
Wednesday, 22 November 2006, 13:24
Scherererer
That's pretty cool! It's worthy of a WMP or Winamp visualization. Looks very good playing Sandstorm imho
Wednesday, 22 November 2006, 14:15
Stealth
Thanks for the feedback!
Wednesday, 22 November 2006, 15:24
mole
I think its wicked, although as i said before, it finds an Enya song more frantic than a metallica song (yes, a pretty heavy metallica song) but meh, its all pretty
Wednesday, 22 November 2006, 16:20
Stealth
@mole

It follows more of the beat and less of the loudness of the song. I don't know if that helps explain why.
Wednesday, 22 November 2006, 23:33
magicman
wow, comming along great!