Here's an example of using the O'scope: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=19jv0HM92kw
Unfortunately my web pages are not online, I have some video samples of Björk, Gotan Project and some classical and electronic music samples.
In the analytical audio signal, the musical intervals can sometimes be easily seen, and it is mesmerizing to look at.
On this video demo by OP, when the waveform appears stationary with loops, there are intervals in (at least close to) just intonation – meaning the frequencies have integer ratio relationships.
Not sure about the colors… they were hard to make sense of. And I wonder if it’s making use of stereo information at all.
I've also continued developing new audio visualizers, like this one inspired by sands on a vibrating plate: https://twitter.com/conundrumer/status/1482615130185768961
Also, what about any stereo components? Capturing that in the visualization would also be nice.
Does anyone know of any chanting apps to give visual feedback on your voice as a tool for meditation?
I've been using Flux studio session analyser to visualise audio signals for mixing In-ear monitors for live audio from my Cue mix.
Might write a quick dodgy thing to add this to my analysis stack. Could be cool.