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  1. I didn't know where to ask this questions, so I figured I would go before the world leaders. I have a city scape (miniature 300 led's) that has blinking led's WS2812's RGB. The small scale causes the whites to appear poorly (255,255,255). I'm trying to move to 4 channel RGBW (0,0,0,255) to get perfect whites. Running through a micro-controller with the FastLED library isn't (really) possible with the RGBW. The SK6812 RGBW LED strand of 300 leds is a simple loop. -Each pixel blinks a specific pattern in a loop, forever -I am not committed to any micro controller, and LOR's controllers would be fine, however miniaturization is key. An example of what the code currently does using the FastLed library on WS2812’s -pixel 1, green, on 1 second, off 4 seconds, on 5 seconds off 10 seconds, 50% bright -Pixel 2, yellow, on 0.5 seconds off 0.5 seconds, 10% bright --Pixel 3, white 10 seconds fades to green 10 seconds fades to red 10 seconds. 80% bright Thank you in advance for your kind suggestions.