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This is a MUST see traditional Christmas light show that has been fully synchronized to music, designed and built by a techy teen to help benefit the mission of Make-A-Wish Metro New York.
Yes you, read that right. For our second year we are proud to announce that we are accepting donations for Make-A-Wish Metro New York! 100% of the proceeds will go directly to Make-A-Wish.
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This year we'll be keeping it simple with just your average traditional Christmas lights you can find anywhere in the stores. Hopefully one day to be RGB. The show is controlled by a Renard and a $35 computer called a raspberry pi.
This is the fourth light show I made outside! The first year I was synchronizing lights on my Christmas tree to music but I wanted to go bigger and better. Next year I want to go RGB but that's a big step so I may just have a little bit and still use my Renard.
My first controller was 12 channels strictly on and off and I did not like that. (Now I am using it for the mega tree and the mini trees.) It was just boring. I wanted it to dim/fade. So I researched and found that the best and cheapest way was to use a Renard.
TUNE TO 89.7 FM TO LISTEN TO THE LIGHTS!!!