▶As seen at Mixed Reality Art 2016!◀ Bored of existing visualizers? Experience music like never before with Spectrum Music Visualizer! Spectrum does things differently, using the physics and biology of our senses to provide visualization that is as beautiful and entrancing as it is scientifically meaningful, and completely free - no ads, no in-app purchases.
Dive into a 3D world in virtual reality mode, or explore full-screen without extra VR apparatus. Intuitive controls let you navigate in 3D to view the dazzling visualization from all perspectives.
Five brilliant artists showcase a range of genres to enjoy – with 10 great tracks there is something for everyone, including spacey rock, thumping trance and minimal techno.
Spectrum VR visualizes sound frequencies, but also gravitational waves! What would gravitational waves look like if they were visible light? Now you can find out in virtual reality - or just in the palm of your hand.
I’m so confident you will enjoy this app – so try it now completely free!
▶ Absolutely FREE. No 3rd party ads or in-app purchases.
▶ Virtual reality (VR) and non-VR modes.
▶ Cardboard compatible (but not needed for non-VR mode).
▶ Compatible with iPad and iPhone.
▶ Suitable for all ages.
▶ 5 talented artists and 10 tracks to enjoy.
▶ Colorful interactive 3D particle-effect visualization.
▶ Scientifically accurate spectrum-mapping ‘synesthesia’ visualization process.
▶ Unique orbital navigation for intuitive 3D observational control.
▶▶ Full Track Listing ◀◀
Venaccio – Destiny
Flights of Helios – Embers
Haruna Fushimi – North City
Haruna Fushimi – Comin’ Thro’ the Rye
James Le Roux – Like Reminder
James Le Roux – Moon Gazer
James Le Roux – Crapehanger
James Le Roux – South Sentimental
James Le Roux – Take the Time
Benjamin Outram – Gravitational Waves
Special thanks to the brilliant artists that contributed their work to this app. If you like their music why not connect with them?
James Le Roux
Flights of Helios
This app was showcased at Mixed Reality Art, part of the IEEE Virtual Reality 2016 conference in Greenville, South Carolina, USA, by the author Benjamin I. Outram.
If you like my work, please take a moment to rate and review – it helps me bring more stuff like this to you! You can also visit my website at www.BenjaminOutram.com
Included relevant logos for artist's social media links.
Improved user interface based on user feedback.
Decreased loading times to almost nothing.
Fixed memory issues that caused crashes on some devices.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Only a hint of what could be
This is a great concept, but only so so in execution. You can't play your own music, and some of the included music is better than others. The colored dots don't do much more than run along in straight lines and color shift in time with the music. I found myself spinning around in my chair trying vainly to make it more interesting.
This is one of those apps that really pushes boundaries. This is by joining two sense and virtual reality together, a synesthetic experience is accomplished. Please keep great apps like these that explore sound and light coming!
It was a visual feast. I was breathless afterwards, try bobbing your head to the music
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.