it’s that time of the year when you start to plan out how you are going to do that massive Christmas Lights to Music display, and one of the basics is choosing controllers. Here’s a great example of a guy showing how he has hooked up SX28 controllers to do the job. Very nice, hopefully his LED lights will look good this year!
Here is a good example of using non-traditional Christmas music to show your light display in a different manner. Motley Crue isn’t exactly Christmas music, but this display certainly kick starts the Christmas season!
As we go through the summer looking forward to the Christmas season, it’s a good time to start looking at different ways to control Christmas lights so you can make your own Christmas Lights to music videos! Here is a good example of a fairly simple setup using the Basic Stamp BS2 controller system.
I love the music on this one, and I have to say that whoever made this display didn’t leave a square inch uncovered by LED lights and more. A very full and active display of Christmas lights, I especially like the “Tune to 88.7″ in lights to encourage people to enjoy the full show. A very enjoyable Christmas Lights display!
More Perry Como music, and another rather nice display from North Las Vegas. Very nice work using the Christmas Lights in a more subtle way. I think that perhaps the jazzy music lends itself to being like this. A very enjoyable Christmas Lights to Music video for sure!
Here is a brand new for 2010 video from a first timer in the Animated Christmas lights to music world. A very nice display for first time out, using the fairly complex Christmas Canon Rock by Trans-Siberian Orchestra. It seems that TSO has pretty much got the market cornered on modern style Christmas and winter music. A great show, I particularly like how the lights are in sort of constant motion, we well synced to the music. An enjoy LED Christmas Lights display!
First off, I have to say that I love the Michael Buble version of this traditional Christmas song, very jazzy and smooth without being too over done. The lights are also jazzy and smooth, this isn’t a massive display in some ways, but very tasteful and not overdone. The programming is very, very nice, the little trees to start out are a perfect jazzy match to this great christmas song. A very nice Christmas Lights display for 2010!
This is a pretty original use for Christmas Lights and music. Rather than just having lights and music, this one is also interactive with a Guitar Hero style interface. So this lucky kid is playing Guitar Hero to Christmas Lights, potentially the biggest screen of all. The lighting is very good, and there is a high level of control to make this all work out properly. A great use of Christmas Lights and music, and certainly an interesting Christmas video.