The 70's Visualization
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The 70's Visualization is 70's-themed iVisualize plugin.

This is a strange visualization, but the 70s were an excuse for things even worse. I recommend to set the fps setting to max in the general iVisualize options or reduce the rotationSpeed in the settings of this compositions. The rotation of the background is based on the dimension of the spectrum and is very flexible. In the default it starts very slow and get fast when everyone in the choir is screaming. You can create strange effects by setting minRotationSpeed to "-100". If you want it smoother (not so sound
Requirements
  • Intel/PPC
  • Mac OS X 10.4.4 or later
  • iTunes 4.7 or later
  • iVisualize 1.0.2



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Downloads:2,111
Version Downloads:2,111
Type:Multimedia Design : Audio
License:Free
Date:22 May 2006
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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The 70's Visualization is 70's-themed iVisualize plugin.

This is a strange visualization, but the 70s were an excuse for things even worse. I recommend to set the fps setting to max in the general iVisualize options or reduce the rotationSpeed in the settings of this compositions. The rotation of the background is based on the dimension of the spectrum and is very flexible. In the default it starts very slow and get fast when everyone in the choir is screaming. You can create strange effects by setting minRotationSpeed to "-100". If you want it smoother (not so sound responsive) you can set the rotation smoothness to max. Or you can have a fixed speed by giving minRotationSpeed and maxRotationSpeed the same value. It's up to you and your music.


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