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kr236rk
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Visuals?

Post by kr236rk » Sun Jun 16, 2019 10:16 am

Hi,

Is there a software to build short, abstract videos to complement music projects please - or like a visual generator which reacts to different tones & so forth?

Thanks.
Ric

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Re: Visuals?

Post by bigaquarium » Sun Jun 16, 2019 7:54 pm

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Re: Visuals?

Post by kr236rk » Mon Jun 17, 2019 6:33 am

bigaquarium wrote:Evening,

Music visualizers are getting hard to find these days. Not sure if this fits the bill for you:

https://magicmusicvisuals.com/
Many thanks - already have this - sitting on my desktop - doing very little :lol:

There's nothing out there that allows the user to create colourful motion displays by the look of it, & what is there forces you to use other people's imagery. The technology is there, tried & tested, like the MS visualisations on their player, but there doesn't appear to be an 'adobe elements' version available.

That MS display may not exist on Windows 10 of course, as the OS gets steadily stripped to the core [moan] & we lose stuff like MovieMaker, which was basic but useful.

What about dv cam softwares - something there?

:?:
Ric

M-Audio USB interface, MC7, Yamahas 102c analogue mixer, Windows 10 QuadCore [upgrade], USB EWI, Alesis Q25 Midi keyboard, stomp boxes, drum pads, guitars, dynamic mic, condenser mic

http://www.reverbnation.com/rickemper

http://www.rickemper.uk/

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