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AudioSpace brings music visualization to a new level and to new venues, from home use to live stages. Enjoy it on your desktop PC or project it on a wall as a next-level party decoration, stream your audiovisual art performances, or get immersed in VR. Built from ground up to fully utilize the computing power of modern PCs, it provides unparalleled visual fidelity enabled by Unreal Engine.

You'll be located in a virtual room that orbits a planet/star of your choice. On the walls of the room you may choose to display vectorscopes, phase wheels, spectrum columns, spectrograms and waveforms. Inside the room and in the surrounding space you have a selection of unique 3D visualization elements that you may combine and configure to your liking. Sound moves and shapes the elements, particles dance to the rhythm. Chill out watching the auroras, fly over rolling wavescapes, or engage full speed into a warp tunnel. Freely configurable scene presets can be instantly selected with keyboard or set to change at random (or in order) when silence is detected between tracks. Randomization can also be activated for visualization parameters and color palettes.

Virtual Reality is supported through SteamVR; reference hardware is Pimax 5K Plus with Valve Index controllers (finger tracking included), but any SteamVR compatible VR headset should work. Controller support is readily available for Windows Mixed Reality and Oculus Touch, but can be customized and expanded via SteamVR Input. In VR, music and visualization can come together in a wonderful way. Nowhere else does one have the freedom to see absolutely anything, only limit is the imagination. AudioSpace puts this freedom into good use and creates an unprecedented way of experiencing music. Enjoy!
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

Seems like it'd be great but not easy to navigate the options as it advertised it had more options & it deals with crashes if ya click the wrong option. It has a input option with a description which is hidden behind you if you do something (no clue what I did to make it appear) but its impossible to see or move it seemingly and if you click one of the options for it it will immediately crash the program.
It seems beautiful & that it can offer much reaction to music but doesn't work well enough to go with it's ryhthm but carefully watching the effects' stream it does show it trys to connect to the beat & this is using music players without net requirements. It has lots of potential & it certainly is beautiful while it can be relaxing but it was poorly implemented far as successfully navigating its presumed many options which may or may not have as its entirely unclear except from the store's video advertisements of the different visualizations that its there which can make it frustrating to enjoy. Regardless of its flaws it is worth sticking around & snagging but it needs to go back into the beta phase to get more time to perfect it.

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