first of all: welcome to the Arduino-user-Forums
It is really OK to ask for help her in the Arduino-Forum.
You will make important experiences in this process.
hm $30 - - - This is payed for half an hour of working as a professional software-developer. Even for a software-developer who has experience in programming moving servos it will take minimum multiple hours to get this working.
The reason is: You haven’t yet given any information about
- how many servos?
- what kind of movements shall the servos do?
- what do you expect as “input-procedure” to adapt the servo-moves to get in sync with the music?
So I guess paying a “professional” software-developper is not an option.
How much time do you have until the project should be finished?
How about asking at your school if some other student who has some experience in programming microcontrollers or is at least interested in it to collaborate with you?
How about you yourself learning programming? If you are wiling to put some own effort into learning you can ask as many questions as you like and you will get answers infinitely. If you just “lay back on your sofa” saying “can somebody make it work for me” you will get zero support.
It is not as easy as “Alexa please order the pizza I have ordered last week”
So to become a picture of your project you should describe your robot or even better upload pictures of it. And describe in detail what kind of moves the servos shall do.
There is a chance that you didn’t thought about that. Well for kids this is pretty normal. They are in the pocess of learning how to realise projects.
The first step is to define the requirements in detail.
May I am allowed to ask what the learning-targets of this projects are?
Did you teacher say something about that?
best regards Stefan