MADRIX S2L Effects

S2L - Sound2Light Effects


MADRIX Sound2Light Effects generate light effects synchronous to music.
Naturally, this requires an audio input signal. 
Many of our Sound2Light effects and their settings will be explained in more detail now.


S2L Equalizer


The S2L Equalizer provides a real-time visualization of the audio signal. It features frequency by default on X (horizontal), magnitude on Y (vertical), and moves through time in sequence with the track.

By default low frequencies will be displayed to the left and high frequencies to the right. Color and speed functions will be available to you in the menu.

Highlights are a 511-band equalizer, high resolution, and real-time visualization of the audio signal.


S2L EQ Drops


S2L EQ Drops will literally display drops synchronously to the music. Here as well, color values can be entered via the keyboard or easily with your mouse. Pressing space for example will reset the value to 0 or 255 automatically.

Drops will fall faster the higher the speed value you entered. Other options, like direction, are available, too.


S2L EQ Shapes


Making great use of the audio analysis the S2L EQ Shapes effect delivers remarkable effects with ease. Objects are displayed when the music plays. Beats especially stand out.Several types of shapes (circle, rectangle, cross, and star) can be selected in various modes. Colors and shapes can be selected according to one's preferences or by choosing random mode.

The video on the left hand side shows which outstanding impression this effect can deliver.


S2L EQ Tubes


The S2L EQ Tubes effect delivers an equalizer-like effect displayed as lines.

Numerous variables can be adjusted to create incredible, pulsating graphics. Lines can be horizontal, vertical, or both, inverted, mirrored, etc.


S2L Frequency Flash


The S2L Frequency Flash effects generates another pulse effect which is running synchronously to the audio frequencies.

The effect shows a color when a high level between the two selected frequencies is being reached. Afterwards, the selected color will be dimmed with a certain fade duration. When once more a high level is reached, the color will be set to 100% again.


S2L Level Color


The S2L Level Color effect refers to the level of music. It puts out the color that has been selected by you when a certain level in the music has been reached.

After that the color is being dimmed with the Fade duration that has been set. A high level sets the color to 100%. The speed value let's you determine how close the audio analysis correlates to the music. Higher speeds are suitable for electronic, beat-intense music, while classical music benefits from lower values. If you activate the mono switch, you will have a mono audio analysis using only 1 audio channel.


S2L Level Meter


The S2L Level Meter refers to the stereo level of music input and displays at maximum a two-band level with the colors you chose. The left audio channel will be displayed left and the right audio channel will be displayed on the right side.

The video shows several set-up possibilities regarding directions of the effect including mirror option and inversion.


S2L Level Ring


The S2L Level Ring again uses the stereo level of the music. It generates a colored two-band level in a form that has been selected by you (rectangle, circle, cross, star).

The left and right audio channel will be displayed as a deflection of the level ring form. As is the case with all audio input effects, please make sure that the volume of your audio signal is high enough to enable a better audio analysis.


S2L Waveform


The S2L Waveform refers to the stereo or mono level of the music and produces a moving waveform.

An easy to use color band offers various possibilities as how the graph should look like. As always, speed and direction are programmable as well.


S2L Wavegraph


The S2L Wavegraph analyzes the stereo or mono level of the music input signal and displays a moving wavegraph.

This effect is especially outstanding if you are playing music with a high dynamic range or beat-intense rhythms. Moreover, a low timeslot value delivers a more vivid picture than a static output. Both extremes are of course possible.

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