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If you have an Android, I recommend trying Craze. It's a drawing app that has kaleidoscope effects. When I trip, I listen to music and draw to it in the app. It gets deep.
On a PC, try WinAmp, or even Media Player. No control, but it will visualize the music.
Check this article for Xbox One visualizers:
iTunes had a visualizer at one point. But I don't know if they still do.
If you have an android phone, download this app, put headphones on, and draw the music. It's amazing.
There are some interesting brushes, and as you continue to draw, the older stuff disappears. All you have to do is save the cool ones, and keep going!
If you have an android phone, download CraZe. It's a fun drawing app that let's you draw forever. The older stuff disappears as you draw more. Just play with the brush settings, and hit the save button every once in a while.
If you draw to music, it's like a visualizer.
I use an app called CraZe for Android.
I find that distractions are good for preventing a bad trip. Get stuff to draw with, fresh fruit (melon, berries, grapes), different zones to move to if the vibe starts to get weird, and an outside area. Also a friend you can call if things get weird (not your ex).
Some people like TV, maybe some Rick and Morty or a nature documentary, Long Strange Trip is the new Grateful Dead documentary, Sunshine Makers might be cool.
There is a cool android app called CraZe that is really cool. It splits your drawing so you can make mandala-type drawings. The brush changes colors and the older lines disappear as you draw more. So it becomes like a mandala visualizer for the music you are listening to. And you can save the cool ones.
Grateful Dead Veneta Oregon, 1972
Grateful Dead Closing Winterland
Grateful Dead Miami '74
Phish 7/27/2014 Set 1
Phish 7/27/2014 Set 2
Phish Drive-In Jam
CraZe - Cool kaleidoscopic drawing app
Other than that and music, I haven't played with much while tripping. I'll mark this post!
This is a cool, similar, Android app that hasn't been updated since May 2015 (and it shows). Maybe take a look at it for even more inspiration? The code is on GitHub for the web app version. This app has multicolor palettes, and color fading, a la Webchemy, another awesome symmetry drawing app. I'm always on the hunt for more trippy drawing apps!