The visualizer comes with over 120 scenes out of the box. Each scene can be view as a sound sensitive screensaver in its own right or seen react to the music as a Winamp Plugin or a Windows Media Player plugin. Scenes range from classic matrix trails and falling snow to self playing asteroid games and everything in between so there is always something new for you to enjoy. But if the predefined scenes doesn't exactly suit your taste then you can start up the node based editor that comes with the program.It allows you play around with any of the 50+ node types to help you create your own scenes or adjust the existing ones to your liking. Just adjust any value or add/remove nodes in the editor and see the change happen in realtime in the preview window.You can pick the scenes you want to use in the configuration program and allow the program to randomize between them after a specific amount of time. A small preview window helps you quickly and easily choose your favorites. If you have multiple monitors you can really let the screensaver shine since it will use all monitors that are connected to the same graphics card and expand the scenes to cover them all. Furthermore the program detects if the monitor goes into standby so it can pause the visualizer and thus conserve power.
What is new in this release:
Version 220.127.116.11 supports analyzing sounds from the default recording device instead of 'what you hear'
What is new in version 18.104.22.168:
Version 22.214.171.124 supports analyzing sounds from the default recording device instead of 'what you hear'