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LED Audio Spectrum Visualizer


LED Audio Spectrum Visualizer
  • Publisher: ONYX Apps
  • Genre: Music
  • Released: 15 Oct, 2010
  • Size: 3.7 MB
  • Price: $0.99
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Description

***** "Great job with this one guys, I'm a DJ and I run this app in my booth, the chicks dig it." - VegasMC

LED Audio Spectrum uses your iPhone or iPad microphone to visualize sound through fluid, colorful graphics that bounce to the beat! Now you can actually "see" any surrounding sound such as speech, music, singing and more. The app comes with a handful of simple, yet outstandingly implemented visualizers and each has multiple color themes to choose from. The built-in TV out support gives you the big picture!


Feature Highlights:

● High-speed sampling for fluid, responsive graphics
● Multiple color themes to choose from
● Automatic gain correction for loud environments
● Microphone sensitivity level control
● Integrated iPod music player controls
● TV/Projector out and Apple TV mirroring support



***** "If you liked the cool graphic equalizer on your super-old stereo, this is for you!"

***** "If you're an audiophile, musician, DJ, or simply an appreciator of music, this app is definitely worth it!"

***** "Set your iDevice down near the speakers at any party and you have a great visual add for your guests!"

***** "Looks great in your car - just attach it to the dashboard and have a graphic EQ display like older radios had in the 90's!"

What's New in Version 2.9

- Fixed volume slider bug

Screenshots

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