I'm a total newbie at this, but I have a photoresistor set up so that it controls the shorting on an audio circuit. When light is on, it shorts and cuts the sound. When it is dark, it closes and allows the circuit to run normally. How can I reverse this so that light will make the sensor close the short, thus allowing sound to run through? More simply, I just want the photoresistor to open with darkness, and cause more resistance with increasing light. Sorry for being so layman about it, but like I said, I'm very new at this. Thanks for any help.