I am working on an Arduino project that requires me to be able to handle audio input from a 1/4" input jack, and it needs to be powered with just one 9V DC input. Since the Arduino cannot process negative voltages, my input needs to be centered around 2.5V, not 0V. I found the attached schematic on a similar question, but it uses an LM321, and I only have a TL082. I'm new to op amps, so I don't know much about the differences between them, and I'd rather be as cautious as possible with my components. Therefore, my question is:
Will this schematic also work with a TL082 in the place of the LM321, and if not, how else can I achieve a 0-5V audio signal with a singly-powered TL082?
Cited question: Convert an audio signal to 0-5V using single supply op amp
TL082 Datasheet from TI: https://www.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/tl082-n.pdf