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It doesn't stink so I did nothing about it. I think the oil helps with masking the smell.
Have a look at this: https://learn.sparkfun.com/tutorials/interactive-led-music-visualizer/all tutorial to make a the ledstrips react to music.
Never heard off WLED but it sounds looks like a great way to control the strips.The reason I used a logic level shifter is to make the input line 5V.The datasheet of the WS2812B says that a logic high input will be detected at a minimum voltage of 0.7*VDD If you’re running the LED at 5V that means 0.7 * 5 = 3.5V will be needed for the WS2812 to detect the signal. Since the D1 mini and the NanoMCU both use 3.3V on the logic pins you might run into some reliability issues.
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