Andy O'Meara
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Andy O'Meara

Andrew "Drew" O'Meara is a creator of artistic music visualization software, and founded WhiteCap Technologies, Inc in 2000, subsequently renamed to SoundSpectrum in 2004. O'Meara attended Cornell University, graduating in computer science in 1999 on a Navy Reserve Officers' Training Corps scholarship. He completed a five-year commitment as a naval submarine officer in 2004. His first popular music visualization software was WhiteCap, released in 1999.[1] O'Meara is most noted for his second music visualizer, G-Force, released in January 2000.[2][3] A fork of G-Force was licensed by Apple and appeared in iTunes 1.0. This fork persists (as of 2017) and is found listed as "iTunes Classic Visualizer" in the View > Visualizer menu of iTunes.[4] O'Meara currently leads development of Tunr, and all-in-one visual music player containing SoundSpectrum's visuals as well as leading development into 3D blockchain visualization and UI design.[5]


  1. ^ SoundSpectrum website. "WhiteCap Version History". 
  2. ^ SoundSpectrum website. "G-Force Version History". 
  3. ^ SoundSpectrum website. "About SoundSpectrum". 
  4. ^ Apple. "iTunes Acknowledgements (iTunes > About iTunes)". 
  5. ^ Tunr website. "Tunr | All-In-One Visual Music Player". 

In 2011 Andy released Aeon, 'a music visualization plug-in for media players, rich with content variety, color and artistic depth. Aeon is filled with an incredibly diverse range of visual imagery, imagination and possibility.'

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