VSound 4+

Visualise sounds and music

Andrey Kuzmenko

    • 4.5 • 19 Ratings
    • Free


The most reactive frequency visualisation app!

You can use the app to:

* make music visualisation via screen recording
* enjoy various visualisations of the music while listening
* learn tonal languages: see how the tones look, and try to mimic
* practice singing and try to hit specific notes, octaves, jump intervals
* as a visual aid for people who cannot perceive certain frequencies

What’s New

Version 1.4.2

Improved user notification when no audio input is selected.
Improved reaction to short bursts of high frequencies.

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
19 Ratings

19 Ratings

1216269875 ,

Pretty good

its a pretty good app. Just wish it could connect to a open tab instead of just the macbook microphone. it is also a tiny bit delayed

Developer Response ,

The app can display visuals not just for microphone, but any “audio input”. There is a paid ($119) app that I use, called Loopback (by Rogue Amoeba) that can create “audio inputs” from any Mac app, for example Chrome browser playing SoundCloud, and then you can use that input in VSound. To control the delay, you can set a smaller buffer size in VSound settings under Menu > Input > Audio buffer size. Hope this helps!

B'day fan ,

I am loving it

Thanks the developer to create this app, it is so cool. A friend of mine recommended it to me, as I am leaning to sing, and it works perfectly for me to visualize the perfect pitch in different displays, patterns and colors. Plus, It's so easy to use. Now, I really enjoy singing and hitting the high notes like Ariana Grande. I won't say a recommend app but I would say a must download app. Looking for new feature of the next version. Love it, great job. 👍🥳

Developer Response ,

Thank you so much for your kind feedback!

djilluminadi ,

Simple yet super effective!

I am a DJ and project this on my 55inch tv when mixing at home and its a dream. Works very very well. Super sensitive to music. I especially like how it is sensitive to different frequencies! I would suggest the developer to explore further development, adding additional features. An ability from the app to cast this to a TV would be cool for starters.

App Privacy

The developer, Andrey Kuzmenko, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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