Artificial intelligence is everywhere and at its most advanced when dealing with visuals. AI is reanimating the past, spotting cancers, and achieving much, much more with images than we ever thought possible. And for DJs, musicians, streamers, and other performance artists, not to mention those nostalgic for Winamp's trippy visualization tools, it's changing the visual side of DJing thanks to the AI-powered music visualization software SYQEL.
SYQEL grew out of what the team of experienced DJs and coders behind it saw as a growing need for DJs at all scales to create custom visuals without needing another piece of expensive gear to configure. As a result, it's built to be easy to use with no learning curve. All you need is two minutes to configure it, and you're up and running. It's designed to work on any device for both users and spectators, with easy optimization tools to adapt your visuals to event spaces, online streams, social media feeds, and any other space you perform or chill in. With desktop apps, you won't even need an internet connection.
Just connect an audio source, whether it's directly from your mixer or from a streaming URL, press start, and the AI tools will do the rest, even scaling the visualization to the appropriate resolution. Put it in the background of your stream to create a dynamic visual, or use it as a foreground to create an atmosphere for your audience. With over 5,000 2D visuals to seed as starting points, you'll be able to create a wide variety of moods to suit any playlist.
A lifetime subscription to SYQEL includes advanced mic and desktop audio visualizations, visualized radio, a streaming URL, and a personalized visual feed. Normally, it'd cost $150, but you can currently get a lifetime of visualizations for just $49.99, 66% off the MSRP.
Prices subject to change.
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