Dubstep (EDM) Player using Small Sound Sensor Module - KT653

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Introduction

In this particular project, we will hook up the sound sensor to an array of LED lights which will beat with music, clapping or knocking. It can be used for controlling various other components.

HARDWARE REQUIRED

SOFTWARE REQUIRED

Arduino IDE 1.8.5 (programmable platform for Arduino)

Click To Download: https://www.arduino.cc/en/Main/Software

SPECIFICATIONS

Mini Sound Sensor Module

The Small Sound Sensor Module features single channel signal output and uses low level output signals to control sound and light making this module perfect for audible alarm systems. 

  • Dimensions: 40x15x13mm
  • Weight: 3.06g
  • LM393 main chip
  • Electric condenser microphone
  • Features Single channel signal output
  • Low level output signal used for sound control light
  • Great module for sound alarm system
  • Working voltage: DC 4-6V
  • Interface definition:
  • AO: analog output sensor
  • GND: ground
  • VCC: Power supply input range: 3V-24V.
  • DO: Digital Output (comparator output)
  • Two red LED indication: POWER and SENSOR. POWER: Power is off. SENSOR: When the microphone senses sound reaches a certain value, this LED light.

Arduino Uno

CIRCUIT CONNECTION

  • Attach the 8 LEDs on the Breadboard.
  • Connect GND of Arduino Uno with Breadboard for further GND connections.
  • Connect the negative terminal of LEDs with GND rail of Breadboard via a 220Ω resistor.
  • Connect the positive terminal of LED 1 with Digital Pin 3 of Arduino via 220Ω resistor.
  • Connect the positive terminal of LED 2 with Digital Pin 4 of Arduino via 220Ω resistor.
  • Connect the positive terminal of LED 3 with Digital Pin 5 of Arduino via 220Ω resistor.
  • Connect the positive terminal of LED 4 with Digital Pin 6 of Arduino via 220Ω resistor.
  • Connect the positive terminal of LED 5 with Digital Pin 7 of Arduino via 220Ω resistor.
  • Connect the positive terminal of LED 6 with Digital Pin 8 of Arduino via 220Ω resistor.
  • Connect the positive terminal of LED 7 with Digital Pin 9 of Arduino via 220Ω resistor.
  • Connect GND of Small Sound Sensor with GND of Arduino.
  • Connect VCC of Small Sound Sensor with Pin 5V of Arduino.
  • Connect Pin D0 of Small Sound Sensor with Digital Pin 2 of Arduino.
  • Connect Pin A0 of Small Sound Sensor with Analog Pin A0 of Arduino.

CODE

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1vsx7XmGi588NWBdz8xCb3cFzZahNM2iS

WORKING

Welcome to the Arduino Based Project which consists of Small sound sensor module and its basic functionality is being described here. The microphone sound sensor, as the name says, detects sound. It gives the approximate measurement of how loud a sound is.

After uploading the code, you can clap next to the sensor. If the LED is not lighting up, then you need to change the sensor sensitivity by rotating the potentiometer. Also, you can also adjust the sensitivity so that the LED follows the beat of certain music. Thus, add more LEDs for a more spectacular effect. 

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