Hi, I'm looking for someone with an ability to explain the process of turning sound into an infrared signal. I have a remote that operates at 36kHz, using a ceramic resonator, that I am in the process of building. Anyone know what type of electronic microphone (built into the board) can channel sound from my computer and convert it to electricity which then passes through a 36kHz resonator then to the led, creating the infrared signal? The sound will be 1.125ms in length. Any specs behind the sound that are needed - wavelength, amplitude, etc? I want to plug it into my computer with a giant extension chord with an ir blaster for a school project. I'm just stuck on the turning sound into energy part of the equation. Thanks for some unpaid support. I'll try and return the favor some day.