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    Default Understanding sync with audio and lights

    I have have a simple audio file that is basically a pulse of 10khz that is on for 1 m/s and off for 24 m/s, creating a 40 hz train of the 10khz. I am wanting to sync my lights up to the 40 hz "pulse". I have looked at the synchromuse tutorials, but that seems to focus on lining up the lights with different segments in the program. Is there a way to get the lights to sync with the 40 hz pulses. It would just be the red light on and off in sync with the pulses.

    Any guidance appreciated.

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    Probably the easiest way would be to create an AudioStrobe file, and feed that into the Procyon for decoding.

    I would use Prism to create your AudioStrobe track.
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