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Waren's L.E.D Music Visualizer (The Project W.L.E.D.M.V)
/**
* Waren's LED Music Visualizer (Project W.L.E.D.M.V)
* by Waren Gonzaga
* Version: 1.0.1
*
* An Arduino project that translates the sound into lights.
* Check this project on Instructables.com
* Link: https://www.instructables.com/id/Warens-LED-Music-Visualizer
*
* Contribute to improve this project on gist!
* Link: https://gist.github.com/WarenGonzaga/4212962283020adc17d5692b0634324e
*
* This project is made possible by the following.
* Hive Electronics
* Connected Cities
*
* Having Trouble?
* Please email me here: warengonzaga.dev@gmail.com
* or Just send a quick message to my facebook page.
* Link: https://facebook.com/warengonzagaofficialpage
* Follow me on twitter: @waren_gonzaga
* Visit my website: https://warengonzaga.com/
*
* Licensed under Creative Commons BY-NC-SA
* Copyright © 2017 Waren Gonzaga
*/
//=== Pin Assignment ===//
const int DO = 2; // Digital PIN 2 of Arduino
const int DA = A0; // Analog PIN 0 of Arduino
// Digital PIN 3 to 11 of Arduino
const int led_01 = 3;
const int led_02 = 4;
const int led_03 = 5;
const int led_04 = 6;
const int led_05 = 7;
const int led_06 = 8;
const int led_07 = 9;
const int led_08 = 10;
const int led_09 = 11;
/**
* Corresponding Sensor Values (Sensor Threshold)
* The values has 4 gap values, you can make how many gaps you like.
*/
int sVal_01 = 500; // Initial Threshold
int sVal_02 = 504;
int sVal_03 = 508;
int sVal_04 = 508;
int sVal_05 = 512;
int sVal_06 = 516;
int sVal_07 = 520;
int sVal_08 = 524;
int sVal_09 = 528;
int lastPin = 11; // last digital PIN number
int totalLED = 9; // total LEDs
/**
* Additional Settings
*/
int debugSwitch = true; // Switch for Debugging: true or false (ctrl+shift+M or ctrl+shift+L)
int ledTest = true; // If true it will test the LEDs first before use (you can press reset to check LEDs if running correctly
/**
* Please keep out don't modify the codes below.
* Just edit the variables above, thanks!
*/
int sensorvalue = 0; // storage for recording sensor values
void setup() {
Serial.begin(9600);
for (int i = 3; i <= lastPin; i++) {
pinMode(i, OUTPUT);
}
if (ledTest == true) {
initTest(); // Initial testing for LED's
}
}
void loop() {
sensorvalue = analogRead(DA); // getting sensor values from analog A0
if (debugSwitch == true) {
debug();
} else {
Serial.println("The debugging mode is set to false!");
}
// Lights Animation
warenLights();
}
void debug() {
Serial.print("Sound Value: ");
if (sensorvalue >= sVal_01) {
Serial.print(sensorvalue);
Serial.println(" - LED ON!");
} else {
Serial.println(sensorvalue);
}
}
void initTest() {
digitalWrite(led_05, HIGH);
delay(1000);
digitalWrite(led_04, HIGH);
digitalWrite(led_06, HIGH);
delay(1000);
digitalWrite(led_03, HIGH);
digitalWrite(led_07, HIGH);
delay(1000);
digitalWrite(led_02, HIGH);
digitalWrite(led_08, HIGH);
delay(1000);
digitalWrite(led_01, HIGH);
digitalWrite(led_09, HIGH);
delay(2000);
digitalWrite(led_01, LOW);
digitalWrite(led_09, LOW);
delay(500);
digitalWrite(led_02, LOW);
digitalWrite(led_08, LOW);
delay(500);
digitalWrite(led_03, LOW);
digitalWrite(led_07, LOW);
delay(500);
digitalWrite(led_04, LOW);
digitalWrite(led_06, LOW);
delay(500);
digitalWrite(led_05, LOW);
}
void warenLights() {
// Basically the LED will turn on if the sensorvalue reach the threshold
if(sensorvalue >= sVal_01) {
digitalWrite(led_05, HIGH);
} else {
digitalWrite(led_05, LOW);
}
if(sensorvalue >= sVal_02) {
digitalWrite(led_04, HIGH);
} else {
digitalWrite(led_04, LOW);
}
if(sensorvalue >= sVal_03) {
digitalWrite(led_06, HIGH);
} else {
digitalWrite(led_06, LOW);
}
if(sensorvalue >= sVal_04) {
digitalWrite(led_03, HIGH);
} else {
digitalWrite(led_03, LOW);
}
if(sensorvalue >= sVal_05) {
digitalWrite(led_07, HIGH);
} else {
digitalWrite(led_07, LOW);
}
if(sensorvalue >= sVal_06) {
digitalWrite(led_02, HIGH);
} else {
digitalWrite(led_02, LOW);
}
if(sensorvalue >= sVal_07) {
digitalWrite(led_08, HIGH);
} else {
digitalWrite(led_08, LOW);
}
if(sensorvalue >= sVal_08) {
digitalWrite(led_01, HIGH);
} else {
digitalWrite(led_01, LOW);
}
if(sensorvalue >= sVal_09) {
digitalWrite(led_09, HIGH);
} else {
digitalWrite(led_09, LOW);
}
}
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@augustozanellato augustozanellato commented Apr 20, 2017

You should use conditional compiling (#define, #ifdef and so on) instead of some bools that you never change at runtime

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@WarenGonzaga WarenGonzaga commented Dec 1, 2017

You can improve the code for the better just make changes and make a pull request.

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