WaveColor – See Your Music…

SEE your music like never before in the color-coded waveform with a dynamic brightness. Get it HERE.

The most common visual representation of audio is its waveform display, which is a graph of amplitude over time.  It indicates when the audio is loud or soft, but provides no information about how the audio sounds. With WaveColor, the display is colored to represent the frequency content to make sounds more visible. This requires extraction of frequency information from the audio signal and an appropriate mapping of this information to the color space. Ideally, the coloring is independent of recording level, and similar sounds are represented by similar colors. Also the loudness (not amplitude) is reflected by the dynamic brightness.


Realtime, polyphonic pitch-shifting never sounded so good on guitar—the Bomber is like having a vibrato tailpiece on a pedal, except that your strings don”t break, they stay in tune when you shift the pitch, and you don”t ever have to take your fingers off them. Sure, the dive-bombing function is outrageous, and you can get amazingly cool steel guitar-type sounds, but the really big deal here is the quality of the sound—the designers apparently checked Darth Vader and the Munchkins at the door.
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