LED sound sensitive Equaliser. How to do it? Answered
I have this idea for a house project. I want to build a LED sound equaliser that would spread on an area of up to 40x80 cm.
That would imply LED positioned at a distance of 4cm one of each other; 20 columns of 10 leads each.
I would then like to cover each separate coloured led with an opaque plastic square to give the panel the grid-like look that an equaliser has, panels that will illuminate with different colours due to the light coming from the LEDs underneath them.
This (the finished panel) would go positioned under a the glass from a coffee table, giving it a rather nifty look when the music it`s playing (almost all the time).
I know what i want to do with the actual table, but i dont really know where to start with the LED panel (done some amateur electronics a long time ago, but i could say i`m at the low novice level).
Would that even be possible, having to connect 200 leds at the same time?
Please let me know if there are any projects that could help me (regarding the circuit/ power supply/ recommended LEDs), and share with me any of your ideas that could help me reach my goal.