the dragon seems... familiar..
Burn the Night
an audiovisualizer tryin to crib the style of a zx spectrum loading screen for the input optional jamz.
for better or for worse :O
webgl version just plays somethin thrown together for ya
desktop versions will play whatever mp3 or ogg you stick in the /music subdirectory
there is some support for simple format *.lrc files if you wanna have song lyrics onscreen. they seem to have fallen out of favor since the last time i thought about them in the late 90s but you can make your own with http://lrcgenerator.com/. just give them the same name as their associated song but with a .lrc extension.
postjam update adds some stuff to make it somewhat reasonable to use as a music player, mp3 playback prolly fixed, you can use subdirectories, and theres a few buttons you can press. hitting ESC will bring up this list anytime also. just for the desktop versions though :o
Q: toggle highres
V: toggle vsync
RightArrow: next track
LeftArrow: previous track
Backspace: recheck music dir
P: show playlist
UpArrow: track up
DownArrow: track down
PageUp: track upx24
PageDown: track downx24
Enter: play selected
P: close playlist
Alt+Enter: fullscreen toggle
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Super neat! I was trying to figure out if the colors also changed due to the music's influence as well but I think it was just randomized (you'll correct me if I'm wrong :D).
Also, as a funny happen stance, WebGL doesn't work super great for me (I also have hardware acceleration turned off due to the strain it puts on my computer) and it produced a very interesting result lol:
By comparison, the downloaded version worked great
color change is always random but it does happen more quickly and more often for music that's more energetic :o
oh noo broken shader pink :< i'll probably hafta figure out how to fix that someday