Nowadays musicians use a lot of software to assist them. It was always like that since the computers become more accessible and their futures developed to help musicians both on and off stage but in the last decade, this improved significantly. Not only professional musicians but musicians at all levels started to use some applications in their works. Some applications assist musicians with their instruments and works while some of them make it visually and auditory better.
And when it comes to understanding a musician, no one else can do it better than a fellow musician. In order to prove that sentence, we got an example today. Dream Theater Keyboardist Jordan Rudess just launched a visualizer app called Vythm JR. For his app, he worked with Marvin Krüger to give the best possible experience to users. Before going into the details of Vythm JR here’s the video of Dream Theater Keyboardist Jordan Rudess explaining his new app.
In the video, he says that he was planning to do something like that for a long time and has now launched the app of his dreams. Let’s take a look at it and share the features that Vythm JR has in it.
Vythm JR Features
As we’ve shared in the beginning, Vythm JR is a visualizer app. For anyone who’s not familiar with that term, visualizer basically means electronic software that creates animated imagery based on a piece of music. Users can play with some settings on the visualizer app/system to change, adjust the visualizer.
With Vythm JR, Jordan Rudess tried to be creative as much as possible to help users be creative with their work. To do that they’ve added plenty of customization setting into the app that allows users to create a visualization as they want. Here’s the official description of those customization options:
– Over 50 customized backgrounds to choose from
– A plethora of color selections
– Screen effects (color correction, bloom, chromatic aberration and many more)
– Size, rotation, and orientation
– And much more!
They’re also providing a lot of input options for musicians to have more accessibility. Check them out below:
Any mp3 or ogg files
– Your device’s microphone (you can also adjust sensitivity for different use cases)
– 3 preselected songs
Vythm also provides a recording option where users can save the videos that they’ve created. So that way they can share it, work on it, and basically do whatever they want freely. So considering those features, Vythm JR looks like a very user-friendly and good visualizer application. If you want to give it a try, you can use that link to visit the Google Play page.