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I have this microphone (http://www.digikey.com/product-detail/en/CMA-4544PF-W/102-1721-ND/1869981) and an Arduino Uno board. I'm trying to read audio values off of my microphone (to test the noise of something (in dB)). I'm very new at this kind of stuff so keeping it simple would really help me out! I have a bunch of different capacitors, LM386N op amps, a bread board, and many resistors. Could someone provide a code and schematic that could help me get data off of my mic? I've tried using this schematic: http://wiring.org.co/learning/basics/microphone.html but couldn't get the code to download onto a Wiring S board due to a "timeout" error and it not being able to "connect with the programmer".

Any and all help would be much appreciated!!

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Very interesting stuff. As you are new to this kind of stuff i can suggest you, instead of explaining ( because videos are cool), to watch this video that explains very clearly how to use the lm386 with some filters. That video is a project about controlling the arduino through whistling. Hope that helped.

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You can use Maxim MAX4466 op-amp which works very well with Arduino. There is a breakout available for the same for arduino at Adafruit here. The chip has a select-able gain from 25x-125x. This amplifies works very well to get a nice waveform for audible noise. There are a couple of libraries available for the waveform that you record and can translate it to frequencies. You can also use it to distort or change the voice. Here is a schematic of the circuit if you want to make one yourself.enter image description here

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