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1  Using Arduino / Audio / Re: Pulsing rgb LED's to the beat of music on: April 27, 2012, 03:14:17 pm
ok so i found this. Do you think this could help me achieve my project?
Code:
http://www.bliptronics.com/item.aspx?ItemID=116
2  Using Arduino / Audio / Re: Audio Spectrum Analyzer with WS2801 LED Strip on: April 27, 2012, 06:42:53 am
DUDE!!! WICKED

Do you still have the Code for this program? If so could you post it so i can take a look? I have been thinking of doing something like this myself and I'm a total noobie at all of this so I'm trying to get as much info as i can.
3  Using Arduino / Audio / Pulsing rgb LED's to the beat of music on: April 26, 2012, 05:27:05 pm
Ok so I want to be able to plug in some sort of mp3 device like an ipod into an arduino, have the arduino read the music's beat frequency, and depending on what frequency the beat is playing at i want the LED's to turn certain colors. So basicly, the lights will flash a certain color to the beat of the music depending on the tone (frequency)the music is playing at. I dont really know where to start this except that I know i'll need an arduino, some RAM to process all of that info since i read somewhere that the arduino is slow at doing this, an ipod, some LEDs, and some sort of input jack to connect the ipod into the arduino. I have basic knowledge of C++ and have written some programs but I haven't made anything Physically interact with the software.

If anyone can point me into the right direction as far as components that i will need and some ideas on how to go about completing this project, it would be awesome.

Thank you in advance.
4  Using Arduino / Project Guidance / Re: New audio/Light project on: April 26, 2012, 04:14:43 pm
Thank you for replying so quickly.
Good point and no I can't as of now since I have none of the materials and I have never tried anything like this. I'm a complete newbie to all of this.The only thing I know is a basic understanding of c++. I've compiled a few programs but nothing that physically interfaced with something else except a keyboard. I really have no idea were to even begin so I thought the forums would be a good place to start smiley
Any ideas on where I could begin? Maybe a template or something? Anything would be helpful.

Thank you
5  Using Arduino / Project Guidance / New audio/Light project on: April 26, 2012, 10:52:40 am
Ok so I want to be able to have two things wirellessly communicate with each other to perform a task. the task being that i want to be able to plug in some type of audio source (ipod,mp3 player, something with a head phone jack and music)into a a wireless transmitter and have the transmitter transmit data to a receiver that will make an LED flash a certain color based on the frequency of the audio in the music as well as flash to the beat of the music.

I dont know what all i need or where to even begin with this except that i know i will need two arduinos to accomplish the two tasks.

Can anyone point me in the right direction as far as what components i would need and what information i need to research?

Thanks
6  Using Arduino / Project Guidance / Re: help with LED Button sketch on: March 09, 2011, 10:08:53 am
I know all of these basic things already but what i want to be able to do is just change the mode at any given time and not just at start up so how would i loop that?
7  Using Arduino / Project Guidance / help with LED Button sketch on: March 08, 2011, 12:52:36 am
ok well right now im still bouncing around ideas so i dont have any code written but i want to write up a sketch that will enable me to switch between different modes. in one mode i will be able to press a button and have an LED light up the button with a certain color. in another mode i want to be able to make the LED change colors so that the button seems to be changing colors. i want to be able to hold down a button or two for a certain amount of time so that the arduino knows that i want to switch modes but i dont know how i would write that. any help?
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