Arduino realtime audio spectrum analyzer

Posted on Wednesday, November 24th, 2010 in Arduino, tools by the machinegeek

Paul Bishop has posted source code and the schematic for an audio spectrum analyzer based on the Atmega328/Arduino. The design takes input from a simple electret microphone, amplifies it through a transistor fed into the Arduino’s ADC input pin. The Arduino outputs video of  a 64 band audio spectrum analyzer through two external resistors which feed the video out to any display device handling NTSC video.

The amazing processing feats which can be achieved with this device never cease to amaze us.

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One Response to “Arduino realtime audio spectrum analyzer”

  1. Matias says:

    I have an Arduino Uno and I do Arduino realtime audio spectrum analyzer,
    what steps I have to follow? how programos the arduino??

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