I'm not that experienced with electronics but I am learning. And I've set a challenge for myself. I have a Digispark USB Development board (and many more but I want to use this one!), I have a Bluetooth module and I have two RGB LEDs which I want to control over the Bluetooth connection. Each LED has to be controlled separately and I want to be able to set each color separately and be able to mix about 256x256x256 colors. Which means, PWM connections. The Bluetooth connection would listen to instructions, receiving four bytes containing RGB values and a value between 0 and three to pick which light needs to be set. (0=None, 1=left, 2=right, 3=both)
Also important is that it needs to be small. It will end up in a container of of roughly 3x3x10 CM in size. (Slightly bigger than 1x1x3 inch.)
The challenge is that Digispark only has 6 pins available so that's not enough to handle this all. I could use three pins and use a 74HC165N Shift Register but that would just turn each color on or off, thus limiting me to 8 colors. That's not good enough! Besides, I also need to connect the four pins of the Bluetooth module.
So my question is simple: What would I need more to build this project? To send the proper six analog signals while having enough pins to handle the Bluetooth datastream?