FlyLoops 3.0 also includes a waveform visualization studio which allows you to build live visualization that correspond with the music as it is being made (the visualizer uses the currently playing loops and turntables as well as any live input). The novel thing is that you can control the visualization. Decide which parameters vary, and how they sync up. For example, we could set the brightness of visuals to scale with musical volume, or the color to scale with frequency shifting. This way the visualizer can change with the song, morphing with musical instrumentation and textures. screenshot_vis2