June 28, 2013

Sound analysis with Arduino

 During the process of creating methods to synchronise light with low-frequency audio, "bochovj" has documented various methods of capturing, amplifying and analysing sound with an Arduino. This includes experimenting with op-amp amplifier circuits, transistor amplifiers and also microphone breakout boards

Their notes also include digital processing ideas and other thoughts. For those with an interest in ADC, audio analysis and the curious, it's an interesting article. And for more, we're on twitter and Google+, so follow us for news and product updates as well. 

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