SoundSpectrum

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SoundSpectrum, previously known as WhiteCap Technologies is a software company founded in 2000 that develops music visualization software. Using properties of the music such as its beat and time-varying spectrum, the software generates dynamic visuals to complement the music.

Today, SoundSpectrum is a provider of real-time audio visualization applications, featuring the G-Force and WhiteCap visualizers, as well as the SoundSpectrum Darkroom video export application. G-Force was licensed by Apple Computer for use in iTunes in 2001[1] and again in 2003.

Products[edit]

  • G-Force was created by Andy O'Meara. The software features a number of different scopes, analyzers, and real-time effects.
  • SoftSkies is a music visualizer and screensaver that produces mood-enhancing animated cloudscapes, rich with color and realistic motion.
  • WhiteCap is a real-time music visualization plug-in for media players that features around 200 morphing wireframe effects.
  • SoundSpectrum Darkroom is a utility application which allows users to export the output G-Force and WhiteCap as QuickTime video files. It is currently still in the development stage, but will be released for Windows and Mac OS X once it is completed.
  • Winter Wonders a collection of different Christmas themed visuals
  • Aeon is a mix of 3D & 2D visuals

References[edit]

  1. ^ "News Archive". SoundSpectrum.com. Retrieved 2007-03-08. 

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