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Hello, I would like to know if it is possible to have the Arduino recognize different sounds and react to them. I would be using a surround sound system to play the sounds off of a cd to start with. So I would just use one set of wires that would normally be sent to a speaker. What hardware would I need to use to "teach" the Arduino to recognize a sound(S) and react to it? Also how hard would the programing be?

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A lot depends on a "sound" and type of arduino. I build a project with UNO, and later translate it to Leonardo - voice recognition:
http://coolarduino.wordpress.com/2012/10/18/speech-voice-recognition-remix/
length limited by 1 sec, at freq. range 2 kHz max (which is o'k for voice).
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Also how hard would the programing be?
Depending. On what the sounds are and what number of false responses are acceptable it ranges from difficult to impossible.
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