I am looking for a coder or software engineer that is experienced in RGB coding and audio analysis. There are products out there that make RGB lighting react to music in various, fun ways. From what I understand, most of these products use a microphone to analyze the music in real-time to be reactive. I plan on creating a product in the form of a modular unit that music will be interpreted as a whole file and become reactive in a much wider variety than the microphone products. From a visual perspective, say I have 3 RGB strips hung up on a wall(A, B, C). They are stacked and spaced between one another, A above B, and C at the bottom. I want to plug my phone directly into this modular unit and have it analyze the entire song file that I select on Apple Music when I press to play the song. The coding embedded in the unit will make the three RGB strips react in various ways depending on the keys and bass drops within the song. For example, if I were to play Dark Horse by Katy Perry, I would want the unit to identify that there is a high pitch part at the beginning and to make the top RGB strip to be the main reactor, then as the bass drops, the bottom RGB becomes reactive. This example is elementary in terms of the complexity that I am looking for. My idea is much more elaborate and will presumably require a high level of skill. I am posting this ad for you to reach out to me if you believe that you are up for such a challenge, and I will discuss more on the project as a whole.