iTunes users can now create and share their own iTUnes visualisers without writing a solitary line of code, thanks to Dixie Unlimited.

The software company today released two new visual plug-ins for iTunes, dxpCompose and dxpPlay II.

dxpCompose ($40) provides the visual artist with tools to create real-time, responsive scenes. The software offers project resource management and sharing tools, as well as creative tools for managing colour, images and motion. Visuals can then be shared with others using dxPlay II.

dxpPlay II (free) uses the same core graphics engine. It allows users to collect their favourite dxpCompose compositions into playlists. "Build visual playlists to match the mood of music playlists," the developers said. This latter application ships with a library of pre-built compositions.