iTunes visualization plug-in Ultragroovalicious 1.3 Released

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  1. MacBytes
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  2. ero87
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    is it just me, or are those visualizers a lot lamer than the normal iTunes ones?
     
  3. blurtigo
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    Awful.

    Very amateurish looking, and has the nerve to stick a pop-up when iTunes closes and try and charge for it as well!

    Magnetosphere wipes the floor with it as far as visualisers go, and that's free.
     
  4. mescalito
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    G-Force, WhiteCap

    Thanks for bringing Magnetosphere to my attention--it is awesome!

    I feel G-Force & WhiteCap should be mentioned. Mesmerizing

    www.soundspectrum.com
     
  5. blurtigo
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    eXo is a very nice visualiser as well. More conventional than Magnetosphere, but with a nice mix of 2D and 3D, and nice blur/bloom effects.

    http://www.fraktus.com/exo/exo.php
     
  6. Kilamite
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    Milkdrop by Winamp is by far the best visualizer out there.

    Pity Winamp isn't available for the Mac.
     

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