Vkav is a highly configurable cross platform audio visualiser written in c++.
Using Vulkan, it visualises audio from the desktop, or a user specified source, in real time.
*Windows support has not been implemented*
Free and Open Source
Vkav is free and open source, meaning that you are free to download, redistribute and modify the source code. Futhermore, the Vkav software license allows you to use Vkav in commercial and/or proprietary software.
Config files allow you to tweak anything from sample rates and buffer sizes to sensitivity and colour. The selection of built in modules allow you to pick from several unique visuals. If you can't find one to your taste then you can always make your own module by following the Creating Modules guide.
Development is currently active and reporting bugs is encouraged. Bugs and features can be reported/requested on the issues page.
If you are a developer, you can contribute to or fork the github repository.
Or compile it yourself:
$ git clone https://github.com/Dougal-s/Vkav.git $ cd Vkav $ mkdir build && cd build $ cmake .. $ make