[LAU] Scriptable/programmable sonic visualiser

Peter P. peterparker at fastmail.com
Tue Sep 13 08:16:42 CEST 2022

Jeanette, have you looked into Processing(.org) already?

* Jeanette C. <julien at mail.upb.de> [2022-09-13 00:38]:
> Hey hey,
> does anyone know of a sonic visualiser with a text-based programming
> language? I'm not familiar with the territory at all. I'd like to create
> more interesting visuals for my Youtube material. Since I'm (almost) blind,
> I'd like to create visuals from the music itself, with a certain degree of
> algorithmic magic, I suppose, but with some control through a simple,
> dedicated programming interface. Think something like the Csound language or
> POV-Ray. It could be based on pure audio or with additional support for
> MIDI. If it's not too complicated and well-defined (well described) I'd be
> happy to use something with no direct linkage to audio.
> The languages and paradigms I know are c/c++, Csound, bash scripting,
> POV-Ray and html. I would prefer something which is not a library in a
> programming language, so I didn't have to write a whole program around it.
> Given these rough ideas, does anything spring to mind? Graphic patterns as
> such don't mean that much to me, since they'd mostly be to delicate to see
> for me. I personally set a lot of stock by colours though.
> Best wishes and thanks for any ideas,
> Jeanette
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