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I have searched on many forums and am having trouble finding code that will work for my project.  This is my first time using arduino and I have zero code experience, so when I read this stuff it is like a foreign language to me.  What I am trying to do is get an RGB light strip to respond to music in random colors as edge lighting.  I also have some el wire that I would like to respond as well (they will look like the strings on a guitar).  Can anybody point me in the right direction for some functioning code that would work for this project?  Thankyou so much.

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I have searched on many forums and am having trouble finding code that will work for my project.  This is my first time using arduino and I have zero code experience, so when I read this stuff it is like a foreign language to me.

Fortunately there's a lot of programming manuals/tutorials on the web for you to study.

What I am trying to do is get an RGB light strip to respond to music in random colors as edge lighting.  I also have some el wire that I would like to respond as well (they will look like the strings on a guitar).  Can anybody point me in the right direction for some functioning code that would work for this project?  Thankyou so much.

Google for "arduino color organ"
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