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Old 10-12-2015, 07:45 PM
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Default Keyboard Audio Visualizer

This is a Visualizer for Corsair RGB keyboards using the CUE-SDK C# Wrapper ( written by Darth Affe, and the Bass Library/

Using WASAPI (Vista+) I am able to grab currently playing sound, and write some neat visualizers for it. As soon as the SDK released I immediately thought of converting that project to a keyboard visualizer and I must say that it looks quite good!

Demo Video:

Github repo is :

Compiled binary is attached below.

A plugin system for adding more visualizers is pending, and any and all feedback is appreciated. The code is not final and probably will be changing a lot.

Credits go to Darth Affe for his incredibly handy CUE-SDK C# Wrapper, LegifyX for the Icon, and me for the incredibly hideous code.

v1.0.0 : First release

v1.0.1 : Settings are actually saved now! Whoops.

v1.2.0 : More robust WASAPI error handling, few more visualizers added, and plugins support (documentation coming soon™)

v1.3.0 : Added a sensitivity slider, as well as a smoothing slider. Located in the Options submenu.
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Last edited by AterialDawn; 11-04-2015 at 05:37 AM. Reason: Changelog

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