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Holiday-Themed “Shaders” for DEX 3 and Your Holiday Season Events

Holiday Shaders to use with DEX 3

Spread a little extra joy at your holiday parties this year with holiday-themed and winter-themed Shaders!

DEX 3 allows DJs and karaoke hosts to use ‘Shaders‘ for exciting beat-aware visualizations. ‘Shaders’ are free accessed at ShaderToy.com and come in all types of designs that are ‘drawn’ by your graphics card to generate beat-synced visualizations you can sent to secondary display (or multiple displays) for your audience to view.

Shader Cube

Installing Shaders for use in DEX 3 is easy, and they are must-haves for those times you’re just mixing audio with DEX 3.

We’ve rounded up a few Holiday-Themed and Winter-Themed Shaders that will surely put your party-goers in the holiday spirit this year. Copy the link/s of the Shader you wish to add below (right-click on link and ‘copy’) and add them in DEX 3 as instructed in the video tutorial. (Pro Tip: if you want to get a little more creative, combine Shaders with Text, Image and Video overlays for multilayered goodness your fans will appreciate.)

Holiday and Winter Themed Shaders for Use with DEX 3

“Merry Christmas!” (Christmas Tree) (Med/Light Resource Use)

“Boreal Spring” (Flying through a winter land) (Med/Heavy Resource Use)

“Sierpinski_KIFS” (christmas origami morphing shape) (Medium Resource Use)

“Holiday Lights” (Simple strings of holiday lights) (Light Resource Use)

“Polar Snowflakes” (Falling Snowflakes) (Light Resource Use)

“Bobsled” (Downhill Sledding, to the beat) (Medium Resource Use)

“Sliding Penguins” (Penguins sliding down bobsled course) (Med/Heavy Resource Use)

“Beer + Snow” (Yep, it’s Beer + Snow) (Light Resource Use)

“Midnight Snow” (Snow falling on tree’s and road) (Med/Light Resource Use)

“Ich Bin Der Koch” (snowflake like structure, fly-through) (Medium Resource Use)

 

Using Shaders in DEX 3

 

Have questions about Shaders and how to use them in DEX 3? Have other Shaders to add to this list? Please comment in the section below!