So once I’d got Airtunes all sorted out (see previous post), I started fiddling around with iTunes, and decided to look for a new and more interesting visualizer. Visualizers are the changing patterns that you can switch on to play on the screen whilst music is playing (Windows Media Player has them too).
Anyway, I found a great one – Eyephedrine is for Macs only unfortunately, and it costs – $8, but it’s really good value for money. It basically contains over 75 different patterns which fill your screen, and they’re all pretty neat – and much better than the visualizer that comes with iTunes too! That’s just one of the visualisations above.
Mac users can download it here.