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Audio Level Visualizer/Graphic


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I'm looking for an add-on or a visualizer (preferably for iTunes) that mimics a basic "audio level meter". As an example, the one from Winamp 1 is basically what I'm looking for. It was the level meter that showed underneath the track into and time.

Here's a pic of the original winamp graphic. It is the meter in the upper-left corner. http://pasokon-yugi.cool.ne.jp/image/winamp1.gif

Any ideas or possibilities to get something like this?

Thanks in advance!
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Yes, there are a number of such third-party visualisers.

If you want a "meter with style," check out Cubism, for a trippy one check out Whitecap, for a more-or-less "straight" one check out LED Spectrum Analyzer (don't know if it works with current iTunes version).

PS. found these by typing "audio meter vizualizer itunes" into Google.
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