SoundSpectrum, Inc.

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SoundSpectrum, Inc.
Private
ISIN🆔
IndustryMusic visualization
Founded 📆2000
Founder 👔
Area served 🗺️
Members
Number of employees
🌐 Websitewww.soundspectrum.com
📇 Address
📞 telephone

SoundSpectrum, previously known as WhiteCap Technologies is a software company founded in 2000 that develops music visualization software.[1] 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[2] and again in 2003. The software is also licensed by Microsoft and Yahoo.[3]

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.[4]
  • Winter Wonders is a collection of different Christmas themed visuals
  • Aeon is a mix of 3D & 2D visuals
  • Tunr is a digital media player designed exclusively for iOS-based devices. Released in 2017, it features support for visualizer engines (G-Force, Aeon, WhiteCap and SoftSkies) and they are capable of visualizing audio through music streaming services (such as Apple Music, Pandora Radio, Spotify and SoundCloud) as well as live radio, podcasts, and microphone output.[5] It also allows customization of Tunr for additional visuals and other settings.

References[edit]

  1. France, Jasmine (2 December 2005). "Music to your eyes". CNET. Retrieved 3 October 2016.
  2. "News Archive". SoundSpectrum.com. Retrieved 2007-03-08.
  3. "Sound Spectrum – where music meets art". Creative Visual Art. 15 August 2014. Retrieved 2 January 2017.
  4. "SoundSpectrum Darkroom - Export music visuals as QuickTime video". www.soundspectrum.com. Retrieved 2016-04-04.
  5. "Tunr - Streaming Media Player". SoundSpectrum. Retrieved 18 January 2017.

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