A modification of the cairo-spectrum audacious plugin for bass frequencies. It's not very good code, and uses a lot of magic numbers that were just randomly tweaked until it looked reasonable.
Works with audacious 3.4.3 and 3.5, probably needs changes for other versions.
Install it by putting the .so in ~/.local/share/audacious/Plugins/ for 3.4.3. For 3.5, audacious doesn't look in this folder anymore for whatever reason, so you'll have to put it in /usr/lib//audacious/Visualization/ instead.
Inspired by the old Monstercat video format and uses example FFTW3 code from http://www.fftw.org/pruned.html.
Original cairo-spectrum license:
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