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Is this really a game, or just fun software?
I'm one of your backers, and I like what I've seen of your software so far. I must say though, that I'm a little confused about this 'game'. I've done a lot of experimentation with sound myself, and think that this looks a lot like stuff that I've done with Winamp in the past. Many people know that you can set up winamp to display visualizations based on the music going through it (and it has some exceptionally beautiful ones -- thank you Ryan Geiss!). Most of those people however, will not know that you can set up Winamp to accept a line-in (specify "linein://" as the location to open). Once you do this, the visualizations will actually react to your input which is pretty amazing. Is your software essentially doing this kind of thing, but also adding VST effects to the voice? Is it reading pitch/timbre/velocity of the voice, and synthesizing new sounds using those variables? Very curious.