The second in my bubbles series, experimenting with particles and music to create an audio-visualization.
Pretty good. One problem in your demonstration. Where is the Sound?
Interesting for about the first ten seconds. Two minutes is a long time to watch colored spheres puff up on the down beat. See if you can get them to do something other than bubble up toward the camera, and change it up a few times, maybe in time with the different parts of the musical composition. Investigate the different force fields available to move those bubbles around your scene.
Music starts about six seconds into the video.
What you see is all I was attempting to achieve for this simple project. Nice fluid simulation of Absinthe on the Rocks, by the way.
Ok, I hear it now. But it would be better if you found a way to change the direction during the animation.