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9 projects | dev.to | 28 Oct 2023
pywal is used to get the colorscheme from my wallpaper for my browser and terminal. left: neovim, top right: qutebrowser, bottom right: cava
Making Certain Programs Transparent Instead of Making Whole Terminal Transparent
2 projects | /r/bspwm | 17 May 2023
So, I use stuff like cava (audio visualizer) and btop in my Alacritty Terminal (BSPWM to run cava, i had to use terminal right and cava launches in terminal, I wanted to know whether i could run my cava or btop or any other terminal application transparent without making my whole terminal transparent.
[bspwm] yine yeşillik ama biraz farklısından
6 projects | /r/Linuxtr | 12 Mar 2023
Ses görselleştiricisi: cava
my first rice! :)
12 projects | /r/bspwm | 23 Feb 2023
Old timey radio refurbishing - and a side quest- unsure how to go about it
2 projects | /r/RASPBERRY_PI_PROJECTS | 3 Jan 2023
3) In progress: a Philco free-standing radio housing from the 40s. I'm using one of Parts Express' boombox kits for the audio, and a Pi (with a long, narrow TFT) running https://github.com/karlstav/cava where the radio frequency display used to be. This also would be a nice candidate for a solution like the one you shared.
[herbstluftwm] onomicon - stay up late with the wizards
3 projects | /r/unixart | 6 Aug 2022
audio visualiser: [cava[(https://github.com/karlstav/cava)
Really love the auto-tiling feature!
5 projects | /r/pop_os | 17 Apr 2022
/r/unixporn says trans rights (lots of cool GitHub links in the comments)
9 projects | /r/transprogrammer | 4 Jan 2022
Using an LED Ring with Raveberry
5 projects | /r/Raveberry | 28 Nov 2021
In the first video, you can see how the LEDs light up to the beat of the music in realtime. In order to produce this effect, multiple steps are necessary. First, mopidy (the music player) duplicates the audio output into a fake pulseaudio sink. cava then captures the audio from this sink and transforms it, splitting it into its frequencies. Raveberry maps these frequencies to colors from red to blue and lights up the LED ring accordingly. Since the transformation takes a short amount of time, the audio output is delayed by approximately that time to sync the light flashes with the beat. All in all, this allows for a pretty neat sound-reactive spectrum visualization on the LED ring.
CRAV, the Rust Audio Visualizer
3 projects | /r/rust | 21 Nov 2021
It is a Cli-based Audio Visualizer completely written in rust with an additional wgpu backend and it is heavily inspired by cava.
What are some alternatives?
cli-visualizer - CLI based audio visualizer
conky - Light-weight system monitor for X, Wayland, and other things, too
nord - An arctic, north-bluish color palette.
spectralizer - Audio visualizer plugin for obs-studio
pulsemixer - CLI and curses mixer for PulseAudio
ncspot - Cross-platform ncurses Spotify client written in Rust, inspired by ncmpc and the likes.
ncmpcpp - Featureful ncurses based MPD client inspired by ncmpc
polybar - A fast and easy-to-use status bar
spicetify-cli - Command-line tool to customize Spotify client. Supports Windows, MacOS, and Linux.
pipes.sh - Animated pipes terminal screensaver
noise-repellent - Lv2 suite of plugins for broadband noise reduction