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 ===== Shades Audio Sensor ===== ===== Shades Audio Sensor =====
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-//This documentation is for the Shades Audio Sensor V2, which is the production version. A small number of an earlier design were previously sold, the documentation can be found here: [[shades_audio_sensor_old|Shades Audio Sensor (OLD VERSION)]]+//This documentation is for the Shades Audio Sensor V2, which is the production version. A small number of an earlier design were previously sold, the documentation can be found here: [[shades_audio_sensor_old|Shades Audio Sensor (OLD VERSION)]]//
  
 The [[http://macetech.com/store/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=15&products_id=61|Shades Audio Sensor]] is a small circuit board that can be soldered to either the LED Matrix Shades or the RGB Shades. The built-in microphone picks up ambient sound and music, which is amplified and fed into an MSGEQ7 seven-band frequency analysis chip. The MSGEQ7 provides analog voltages to the RGB Shades or LED Matrix Shades corresponding to the sound levels present in each of the seven frequency bands. This enables the microcontroller on the Shades to analyze sounds and display various types of audio visualizations. A sensitivity switch allows operation with normal music levels or very loud concert levels. The [[http://macetech.com/store/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=15&products_id=61|Shades Audio Sensor]] is a small circuit board that can be soldered to either the LED Matrix Shades or the RGB Shades. The built-in microphone picks up ambient sound and music, which is amplified and fed into an MSGEQ7 seven-band frequency analysis chip. The MSGEQ7 provides analog voltages to the RGB Shades or LED Matrix Shades corresponding to the sound levels present in each of the seven frequency bands. This enables the microcontroller on the Shades to analyze sounds and display various types of audio visualizations. A sensitivity switch allows operation with normal music levels or very loud concert levels.
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