A little eye candy is good for the soul, right? Alright, you have a Mac, you have iTunes, you have music. What you really need is some quiet time to relive the disco era.
Let DiscoBrick be your digital guide, a side effects free LSD-like trip to iTunes music visualization, so you can remove your inhibitions, and dance like it’s 1978, all in the privacy of your home.
Most folks I know who love their iTunes don’t know what a visualizer is. Once you see a good one you want one for yourself. DiscoBrick is a visualizer for iTunes, and it’s not just psychedelic colors whizzing all over your Mac’s screen.
DiscoBrick goes beyond the 1970s and straight into the 21st century, letting music lovers relive the disco era with new digital effects. After all, if you could have done the same thing in 1978 you’d be bopping to Frankie Avalon and Bobbie Rydell.
Here’s how it works and here’s why it’s so much fun. You have a Mac. You have iTunes. You have music.
And, importantly, you have a screen on your Mac. All that screen real estate goes to waste when you’re playing your music in the background.
You need some splashy color to brighten up your Madonna collection, to give you one more highly visual reason why Fergie sounds better than she looks, to remind you that Robert Palmer was so underrated, and Shania Twain is so 1999.
DiscoBrick makes your Mac’s screen come alive in ways that drugs can never do. It’s less expensive, more expansive, and with no nasty side effects. As your music plays in iTunes, your Mac’s screen becomes Alice in Wonderland colorful.
It’s still iTunes. It’s still your Mac. It’s still your music. But your Mac’s screen explodes in dancing visual rhythms that you control. Control? How do you control psychedelic dancing colors on a screen?
Hey, it’s the 21st century. It’s all about controlling the uncontrollable. DiscoBrick gives you a generation of exciting, dancing, color themes, each of which can be invoked with a click. You control the effects, the textures, the colors, the resolution, frame rate, and much more.
You can even drop in videos and photos and use your Mac’s iSight camera in full screen resolution. Create favorite styles and themes. Use your own photos as textures instead of the default list. Just drag and drop into DiscoBrick.
Wait. There’s more. DiscoBrick can be used in a projection system attached to your Mac’s screen output so you can entertain the entire neighborhood for hours before the cops show up.
DiscoBrick may be the coolest, most effervescent visualizer ever for iTunes users on a Mac. Each song creates a totally unique screen of colors matched to the beat and gyrations matched to the melody. Or, maybe it’s the reverse of that. But it doesn’t matter.
Download DiscoBrick, give it a try, annoy your friends and family members with melodic color then project to the neighborhood and gain a reputation as a music lover from a different generation; a musical time traveler, if you will.