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Tall-Midget

This is my first arduino project i am using the nano to create a music reactive light strip from this project on the link below

https://www.hackster.io/buzzandy/music-reactive-led-strip-5645ed

What I am having trouble with is programming the board I know how to put the code in and include the FastLED library like it says but then it needs to include the FFT library which was later updated to arduinoFHT. according to the OP of the project we use the library from this link he provided in comments

http://wiki.openmusiclabs.com/wiki/ArduinoFHT

and use the library given to be included but when I do this it says I have a sub folder of my sketchbook that is not a valid library, what do I do too fix this?

pert

t says I have a sub folder of my sketchbook that is not a valid library, what do I do too fix this?
Move that folder out of the libraries folder.

Tall-Midget

I tried it and now its saying that
fht_oct_out was not declared in this scope

pert

Please do this:
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