I was wondering if I could recreate something like calcprogrammer1 did with an audio visualizer that makes my ledstrip light up to the music. Now, I can't use his program anymore, because it uses too much CPU of my pc, so what I did to replace this program was: I hooked my HC-06 bluetooth module up to my arduino nano Programmed it to do basic stuff, make the whole led blue, red etc Made an app for it using app inventor 2 However, it doesn't have the functionality to move to the music yet.
I do not know a lot about programming, but what I want is: when I click a button in my app it switches to the audio visualizer, and when I click the green button for example, it switches back to static green. I would like to be able to change the colors of the leds indicating the music, but without this function I would be very happy too. Just nice to have. I do not want to use a microphone, but just like calcprogrammer1 did, using the USB connection of the arduino for music input
Now this probably sounds very ambitious and I want to know if this is possible, and if so, how the hell do I make something like this happen?