Build An Genuino-Powered Music Visualizer

Build An Genuino-Powered Music Visualizer

If you long for the days of pixely music visualizers, then look no further than this guide from Adafruit to make your own tiny little spectrum visualizer using a Genuino.

You’ll need a Genuino (known as Arduino in the US), a microphone amplifier, an LED pixel matrix, and a few other parts to make this project happen, but the end result is a visualizer that will turn any sound into art. It’s a simple, fun project that ends up teaching you quite a bit along the way.

Tiny Arduino Music Visualizer [Adafruit]

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