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Hello Audiolux Devices users! We have a new home for product support and discussions.

Please check out our forth coming open-source sound-reactive LED pixel mapping library for Audiolux Devices hardware and Arduino & Teensy compatible set-ups:

Here is the default sound-reactive visualization sketch that comes pre-loaded on all Audiolux One units:

* Stereoscopic visualization; left audio channel propagates to the left half of the LED strip, right audio channel data propagates to the right half of the LED strip.
* Mono-mode; If using a mono audio signal, hold-down the Stompswitch button while powering up the unit to map the mono audio signal to both sides of the LED strip. To revert to Stereo-mode, hold down switch and power cycle again.
* Hardware Dipswitch to adjust the number of LEDs without reprogramming unit, simply use the switches to enter a binary number and power cycle your unit to apply to memory!
* Right potentiometer knob dial controls software sensitivity to the audio input.
* Left potentiometer knob dial controls propagation speed of the visualization.
* Stompswitch button cycles through RGB, GBR, BRG color modes.

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Really simple but effective way to incorporate an Audiolux One into guitar speakers!

Soon-to-be-released Open Source Audiolux Sound-Reactive Pixel mapping library, compatible with all Audiolux Devices and Arduino & Teensy Set-ups:

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Short video demonstrating the Audiolux effects pedal used in conjunction with mounted LED strips to generate interesting and unique sound generated color patterns - the "Pixel-Box"!

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Prototyping a couple of methods for speaker-mounted LEDs driven by the Audiolux One effect pedal....
Eric Welder
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