Digital Visualizers

Digital media manages to unite music and visual arts because both are created out of bits of electronic data. In the 1990s, interest in visual music reemerged with artists of the digital generation. Widespread availability of powerful and user-friendly personal computers led to the development and resulting popularity of music visualizers, which generate animated imagery based on music. The 1999 Windows Media Player application Visualizations created metamorphosing designs as visual representations of any given music played through it. Such applications are now common in other digital media players like Winamp and iTunes.

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