I have hacked into the Christmas LED strips and start controlling it using Arduino and 1Sheeld Voice Recognition.
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Hey Simon, thanks a lot, I'm so glad that you have done it yourself :)
The Arduino voice recognition Shield is using a Google API to recognize speeches and this sound is in the API implementation so unfortunately, I couldn't disable it.
Or if you are an Android developer, you can check 1Sheeld's source code and you can add a command to mute the smartphone every time it's taking a new command :)
Hey, Yeah sure you can, 1Sheeld+ can support both Android and iOS :)
It depends on the adaptor you are using cause the LED strips am using in this project need a 12v power supply so if you have one you can remove the batteries from the attached schematic and replace it with an adaptor :)
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