This tutorial goes over how I use a Sound Module to turn RGB Lights into a Visual Audio Spectrum. For the final project there are three modes to the lights: 1.


40 thoughts on “Music Interactive SMART Lights”

  1. Hey! great video! what is the bottleneck of sound processing for the sparkfun module? also, if you need more realtime light output, i would recommend sk6812 / spi driven strips. keep the good work up!

  2. I'm going to try and make this, but I have one question: Is the audio source just sound the board picks up, or does it receive it wirely from a pc or phone?

    The version I'm trying to make would be, when it is plugged into my laptop or switch via usb, it would monitor the sound output from that and replicate it with the light sequence.

    I don't want to just be talking and it picks that up

  3. Hey i tried to replicate this project but when i connected the LED's to my arduino they light up, sound module shows there is sound but the LED strip is not interactive. I am only using package 1, is there something i'm doing wrong?

  4. Nice video bro, it inspired me and I went to the market to find everything, the problem I have is that my RGB Lights have 4 pins instead of 3 that was shown in the schematic. I did everything and it's not working. Please help sir

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