noob needs help using uno sketch on a nano

Hi I am trying to recreate the jawduino. See Project Here The issue is I am using a nano instead of the uno. Is there anything I need to change? It doesn’t seem to be working as is. Please help. I have attached a picture showing how I have it wired.

/***********************************************************
08-14-2016 Mike North This is a little proof of concept 
to make a servo move in sync with audio.
*******************/
#include "SoftRcPulseOut.h"
#define TEST_PIN 11 //pin 11 set to ground will kick off the servo sweep test
int audio_value = 0;
long lastMsg = 0;
long sleepWindow = 300000; //if 5 minutes go by with no signal, then put the servos to bed
SoftRcPulseOut servo;
volatile boolean servosEnabled = false;
volatile boolean ledsOn = true;
volatile unsigned long currentTime = 0;
volatile unsigned long lastLEDtime = 0;
unsigned long resetWait = 120000; //servos sleep if not changed within this time frame (120 secs)

void setup()
{
	set_minmax();
	pinMode(TEST_PIN,INPUT);  //pin 11 will be 
	digitalWrite(TEST_PIN,HIGH); //assign pull-up resistor
} 

void loop()
{
  servo_test();
  audio_updates(); //read sample from audio input and apply average to buffer
  if(servosEnabled) 
  {
	action(); //servos are handled in the action loop
	SoftRcPulseOut::refresh();
	if((millis() - lastMsg) > sleepWindow)
	  detach_servos();
  }
} 
void attach_servos()
{   // attach the pin to the servo object
    servo.attach(2);
    servosEnabled = true;
}
void detach_servos()
{   // detach the servo objects
    servo.detach();
    servosEnabled = false;
}
void servo_test()
{
	if(digitalRead(TEST_PIN) == HIGH) return;
	attach_servos();
	SoftRcPulseOut::refresh();
	for(int i = 0; i < 360;i++)
	{
		if(i < 180)
			audio_value = i;
		else
			audio_value = 359 - i;
		action();
		for(int i = 0; i < 10; i++)
		{
		   delay(1); 
		   SoftRcPulseOut::refresh();
		}
	}
	detach_servos();
}
void audio_updates()
{
	audio_value = 0;
	if(analogRead(A0) < 341) audio_value += 60;
	if(analogRead(A1) < 341) audio_value += 60;
	if(analogRead(A2) < 341) audio_value += 60;

	if(audio_value > 0) 
	{
		lastMsg = millis(); //save the time stamp from when we last had some action
		if(!servosEnabled)attach_servos();
	}
}
void action() { 
  if (!servosEnabled) attach_servos();
  servo.write(audio_value);
  SoftRcPulseOut::refresh();
} 
void set_minmax()
{
	//set the first parameter in the following functions to a number between 0 and 180.
	//I used 92 and 72 in my tests to give about 20 degrees of motion.
	//You may swap the large and small numbers to reverse direction.
	//Just play with them, upload the code, then ground pin 11 to run the sweep test.
	// Be sure to only play with these numbers while the jaw linkage is disconnected,
	//  otherwise, you risk hitting mechanical limits and damaging your linkage or servo!
	servo.setMinimumPulse(map(92,0,180,512,2400));
	servo.setMaximumPulse(map(72,0,180,512,2400));
}

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