Projects / Synaesthesia


Synaesthesia is an eyecandy program that represents music graphically in real time as coruscating fields of fog and glowing lines. It is intended as a visual accompaniment to music. Its display combines information about the frequency, location and diffuseness of sound. It can take input from CD, line, piped from another program, or from EsounD. It also functions as a CD player.

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Recent releases

  •  07 May 2005 04:18

    Release Notes: An incompatibility with g++ 3.4 was fixed.

    •  27 Jul 2003 14:54

      Release Notes: EsounD and piped input synchronize correctly with the music, and have a higher frame rate. The display automatically adjusts to the volume of the music being played. It should now work on non-32-bit architectures.

      •  08 Jun 2000 09:57

        Release Notes: Now uses autoconf, EsounD support added, several new command line options, various minor bug fixes

        •  08 Aug 1999 15:43

          Release Notes: New and very cute visual effects based on the wave and heat equations, new look interface with a lot more options, various bug fixes.

          •  04 Mar 1999 23:22

            Release Notes: FreeBSD support and better keyboard support


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