Audio Units for Mac OS X
This is a random pan effect, which can be linked to tempo. I couldn’t find an effect that did this when I wanted to apply it to my own music project, so I whipped it up myself. Now any audio application that hosts Audio Units can take advantage of this plugin to randomly pan sound around in sync with the beat!
Version 2.8.2 adds complete 64-bit support to the Universal Binary, and fixes a problem with the number formatting in the text fields of the user interface. This version requires Mac OS X 10.5 or greater, and is Intel only. For more information, see the Read Me document in the zipped disk image file.
GWS RanPan is a 64-bit (Intel only) Binary, and is compatible with Mac OS X 10.8 (Mountain Lion) and newer, including Mac OS X 10.10 (Yosemite).
GWSRanPan_283.dmg (2.8.3, 2015-Feb-8, 95 KB)
To install, use the included script that copies the component into Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/Components in your home folder. To make it available to all users of the computer, drop the component into the root /Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/Components folder.
iTunes Visualizers for Mac OS X
Cover Slip is an iTunes visualizer for Mac OS X 10.6 (note: Snow Leopard only!) that displays a swinging album cover, song information, and a small timeline and audio spectrum bar display. The bars can dance with the music; alternatively, you can choose to view a spectrum circlet instead of the bars. Press the ? key to see the keystrokes that will change the visualizer display.
Cover Slip (1.0, 2012-May-9, 28 KB)
To install, unzip and drop the qtz file into Library/Compositions in your home folder.
To make the visualizer available to all users of the computer, drop it into the root /Library/Compositions folder.
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