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This is my first attempt at a light organ. The idea has always been very cool and interesting to me but I had never been given the chance to build one. Although it doesn't work as I intended it too I still ended up with a pretty cool result in the end, and i believe I'm very close to actually building a proper light organ.

Step 1: The parts

1 x Audio Jack

3 x BUZ11 MOSFET

1 x 200kΩ resistor

2 x 100knF capacitor

1 x 10nF capacitor

1 x 33pF capacitor

1 x Power supply (5V, 2A)

1 x Arduino Uno

3 x High power LED (green, red, and blue)

Jumper wires

1 x Breadboard

1 x MSGEQ7

A form of containment for the lights. In my case I used three glass mugs.

<p>Im building one of these right now, </p><p>I had a question about your int filter= 80</p><p>Im having the same problem where I get noise no matter the input, where does this Filter come into play in the actual code? I see you define it but dont apply it. Is there any code missing to this?</p>
<p>Im building one of these right now, </p><p>I had a question about your int filter= 80</p><p>Im having the same problem where I get noise no matter the input, where does this Filter come into play in the actual code? I see you define it but dont apply it. Is there any code missing to this?</p>
<p>Im building one of these right now, </p><p>I had a question about your int filter= 80</p><p>Im having the same problem where I get noise no matter the input, where does this Filter come into play in the actual code? I see you define it but dont apply it. Is there any code missing to this?</p>
<p>Cool LED project.</p>

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