Video: Qt based Audelicious App: Music Visualization/Appreciation for the Nokia N900

| March 31, 2010 | Reply

Here’s a pretty cool find, an app built by iPhone blogger and coder Melfar (Vsevolod Buzinov)  with Qt. Audelicious: Music Appreciation app.

I’m not sure if they are visualizations for music being played through the music player though that’s what I’m assuming.

You’ve got a couple of spectrum analyzers and an amplitude meter. All three can be viewed simultaneously as well as possibly sensitivity, range and colour settings. Each can then go into full screen mode.


Here’s a Vimeo version:


Installation instructions:

  • Install and setup scratchbox
  • Download fftw3 (build-time dependency) and install to /usr:

(on your desktop:)

tar xzf fftw-3.2.2.tar.gz && cd fftw-3.2.2

(in scratchbox dev environment:)

./configure --prefix=/usr
make && make install
  • You need Qt 4.6 installed in scratchbox to proceed.

    qmake && make

  • Copy AudeliciousQT file to the device, make sure you have Qt 4.6 installed on the device. If you have both 4.5 and 4.6, move 4.5 away from/usr/lib to a temporary directory and set env LD_LIBRARY_PATH to qt4.6 directory. NOTE: you won’t need to worry about it on PR 1.2 🙂
  • run ./AudeliciousQT from the terminal or install .desktop file to application manager. Enjoy!

Via Melfar


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