How to Make an Oscilloscope Effect in Blender With Sound and Particles

Sardi Pax shows a simple method for using music to affect the distribution of particles for an Oscilloscope Effect.

Creating an Audio Visualizer in 3D ranges from simple to more complex techniques. Making music with simulations in Houdini comes to mind for a more complex setup. Here, Sardi Pax shows a simple method to use sound and music to easily affect the distribution of particles and make an Oscilloscope effect.

The tutorial shows how to use sound to assign a distribution for particles, not making them jump and animate to the music.

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