oh boy, had to show my appreciation for this here!
back in the day (early 2000’s) I used to VJ with milkdrop for stoned friends a lot, and I played this thing with my keyboard, hard cuts, brightness, sensitivity and waveforms could be changed (I might forget some) to see this is way cool, especially as I have been toying with butterchurn visualizer lately, which is cool as well. cudos to RPJ, I hope you add more inputs so I can do whole visualization orgies on my live-patches so they will somewhat reproduce - imagine doing a liveset of 1-2 hours and you you a folder of presets which are getting switched by cv, and cv might be hooked to a sequencer, this would allow you to reproduce hour long VJ work all inside vcv-rack, this is bonkers thanks for doing this!
edit: oh, I just noticed that brightness is low by default, there was a way with classic milkdrop to increase contrast of the visualization to almost burn your eyes out, I used this as an effect sometimes, but I don’t remember the key command for this, nor can I find it online, weird, might have been shift+G and shift H though, it could be used for great creative effect, hope to see this coming back - just noticed that key command w for changing waveforms is also not documented Oo weird. too bad I am on a m1 mac now, not windows anymore, so I can’t test but if there’s any need I can reproduce my old setup so I can figure out everything.
so here are a couple of suggestions for improvement:
add all them parameters that we used to have back in the winamp days as mod inputs
make presets react to a range of cv, say -1 to +1 walks through all presets in a selected folder, maybe even make preset folder selection controllable via -1 +1 voltages for complete reproducibility.
preset folder management function (create your own sets of presets in folders to be seqeunced with cv)
add multi-screen support (not sure if “1 module per screen” already works, but with the suggestions above, you could sync and sequence visualizations across multiple monitors which makes for one helluva show for friends or whole venues.