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Posted on Mar 08, 2005 06:14 pm
Hold 'Em Czar
Member Since: Dec 30, 2004
anyone know how accurate the 'bars and waves' visualation is? i like to watch it while listenin' to music on my monitors.....
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Jason H.Jack of all trades master of ___Member
Mar 08, 2005 06:29 pm dunno...I usually dont sit and watch the vizualizations...but they are cool, I agree...
Since: May 28, 2004
Mar 08, 2005 06:42 pm well i listen to music through my monitors on media player while reading recording mags and whatnot...but i like to watch the frequencies bobble. at times i can really pick out the vocals and things but the reaction time is a bit off.
vdalehubbardLost for words with all to say.Contributor
Mar 08, 2005 08:47 pm I do the SAME THING. I use the blue ones and you can see the audio spectrum in some way. I don't feel alone anymore!!
Since: Sep 12, 2003
Mar 08, 2005 09:17 pm I have watched them for a long time....
The low end is off. It only responds to every other kick or bass note.
Mar 08, 2005 10:25 pm I that as well. It's a good quick and dirty visualization of the spectrum being covered, but mostly it's just fun to watch hahah.
Since: Jul 02, 2003
Noize2uCzar of MidiAdministrator
Mar 08, 2005 10:49 pm I agree with OD, its just fun to watch. When I have a really bad day and just cant get into doing anything. I come in here and pick out some tunes and just space out completely watching the vis in full screne mode.
Since: Apr 04, 2002
But ya, its timing is pretty far off. I think Sonique's vis feature was probably the most accurate I had used. Pitty it crashed in XP after a certain update was installed.
Mar 09, 2005 01:00 am A really cool one is the Night Lights. It actually keeps pretty good time with the music and it's easy to see frequency's really moving things, like kicks, toms, etc.
Since: Jul 02, 2003
Mar 09, 2005 11:09 am i wish wavelab would play my cd's and mp3's (really it will) i just wanna be able to see a good realtime spectrum analizer on the music i listen to most....
Mar 09, 2005 11:11 am WinAmp has a good one...I think...
Mar 09, 2005 11:12 am and what's the deal with any digital "shuffle" algorythem????!!! shuffle my arse!! every one seems to have "favorite" songs that happen to play over and over, leaving some that never play.....i understand it's based on math and some numbers come up more than others, but jeez, can't they work around this??
Mar 09, 2005 11:28 am like.. oh, say, picking numbers at random and then catagorizing them... in effect, creating a temporary play list which was generated in random. instead of randomly selecting every song 1 at a time.
Since: Dec 15, 2004
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