Plane9 by Joakim Eriksson / Planestate Software is an application that provides you with multiple audio visualizations that react to the sound playing on your computer. It can be used either as a standalone app or as a plug-in for your media player. Even though there is no version of Plane9 for Mac available on the market, there are other visualizers that you can use on your system. Here are some alternatives to Plane9 for Mac.
DiscoBrick is an audio visualizer designed for Mac that comes in handy when planning a party and requiring a nice theme to be displayed on the screens while the music is playing in the background.Not an alternative? Report a problem
DiscoBrick is a standalone audio visualizer. It visually responds to every note and beat of your audio captures, creating dazzling visual effects that are a treat to the eye, with about 90 Themes that could be enriched by your own pictures or live...Not an alternative? Report a problem
Aeon Standalone visualizes any sound input source supported by your computer, including line-in audio, CD audio, and microphone input. You can use it to visualize live performances or streaming radio broadcasts.Not an alternative? Report a problem
G-Force creates bursts and blooms of psychedelic color. Use it as a screensaver, a music player accompaniment, or a standalone display. Take in mind-bending visuals while listening to iTunes. Create a bright, morphing backdrop for your next party.Not an alternative? Report a problem
G-Force Standalone visualizes any sound source supported by your computer, including line-in audio, CD audio, microphone input, etc. You can use it to visualize live performances or streaming radio broadcasts.Not an alternative? Report a problem
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