LED Strip Code

I downloaded this code. Here we have several single LEDs flashing to music with a microphone. In my project, instead of single RGB LEDs, I have 5 RGB LED strips. Do I need to change anything in the code? The LED strip is a 10M Supernight RGB strip that is cut into 5 equal strips.

// Arduino pin numbers
const int DO_pin = 2;
const int AO_pin = 0;
int sound;
int led1 = 8;
int led2 = 9;
int led3 = 10;
int led4 = 11;
int led5 = 12;

void setup() {
pinMode(DO_pin, INPUT);
pinMode(led1, OUTPUT);
pinMode(led2, OUTPUT);
pinMode(led3, OUTPUT);
pinMode(led4, OUTPUT);
pinMode(led5, OUTPUT);
Serial.begin(9600);
}

void loop() {

if (sound > 31) {
digitalWrite(led1, HIGH);
}
if (sound < 31) {
digitalWrite(led1, LOW);
}
if (sound > 35) {
digitalWrite(led2, HIGH);
}
if (sound < 35) {
digitalWrite(led2, LOW);
}
if (sound > 40) {
digitalWrite(led3, HIGH);
}
if (sound < 40) {
digitalWrite(led3, LOW);
}
if (sound > 45) {
digitalWrite(led4, HIGH);
}
if (sound < 45) {
digitalWrite(led4, LOW);
}
if (sound > 50) {
digitalWrite(led5, HIGH);
}
if (sound < 50) {
digitalWrite(led5, LOW);
}
sound = analogRead(AO_pin);
Serial.print(digitalRead(DO_pin));
Serial.print("-");
Serial.println(analogRead(AO_pin));

Well you can learn how to use the else part of an if statement and make the code shorter.