Hearing music alone isn’t enough; Hearing music and seeing the amazing visualizer are most satisfying. Not only we can throw our stress away but we can also kick off our boredom.
Apart from latest iTunes 8 Visualizer, there are still many others interesting iTunes visualizer that can be plugged in easily to enhance your iTunes. To run your iTunes visualizer, you can use keystrokes Command-T and keystrokes Command-F to toggle full screen mode.
Let’s see some funtastic iTunes visualizers.
iTunes Visualizer that visualizes a fountain of water with various color schemes and shapes to be selected. You can toggle the Help Menu by pressing key H.
To install Fountain Music, find Fountain Music.bundle inside its installation package and drop it into Home → Library → iTunes → iTunes Plug-ins.
iTunes visualizer that shows the sound level with colored cubes: Bass on the left and Treble on the right. The simplicity of the display is appealing to eyes.
To install Cubism, you need to drop the Cubism icon into Home → Library → Compositions.
Simple iTunes visualizer that visualize your songs with several simple yet colorful circles.
To install Circles, you need to drop the Circles Quartz Composition icon into Home → Library → Compositions.
Collection of cool visualizers and effects for your iTunes. You can use N to change from one to another mode.
Sleek and customizable music visualizer that gives you dynamic backgrounds and colors. Shown on the preview is one of the settings I tried to make; Possibly not the best out of the box.
To install WhiteCap, find WhiteCap for iTunes.bundle inside its installation package and drop it into Home → Library → iTunes → iTunes Plug-ins.
It’s a really wonderful iTunes Visualizer. This visualizer is even comparable to the latest visualizer provided by iTunes 8.
To install Magnetosphere, find Magnetosphere.bundle inside its installation package and drop it into Home → Library → iTunes → iTunes Plug-ins.
Note: Magnetosphere had been bought over by Apple and the enhanced version of Magnetosphere is what you can see now on the latest iTunes 8 Visualizer. However, some people are still keeping the original version of Magnetosphere.