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shreeswifty
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Pisound!!

Postby shreeswifty » Sun Jan 14, 2018 4:59 pm

If you have a raspberry pi 3 and plan on doing professional audio installations, synth design or Electro-acoustic performance, i suggest you get a pisound form http://blokas.io

It is AMAZING. i bought two plus the little 3D printed case they sell to house the raspi+the hat and it's just amazing.
I have pd, Supercollider3.9 and Csound 6.10.1 working on it and purring along @ 96k

it is what got me back into linux audio

Frank Carvalho
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Re: Pisound!!

Postby Frank Carvalho » Mon Jan 15, 2018 11:28 am

Yes. I've been watching this project for a year or so. Guess it's time to get one. It would definitely simplify my Guitarix-in-a-box-experiment.

/Frank
Vox, Selmer, Yamaha and Leslie amplifiers. Rickenbacker, Epiphone, Ibanez, Washburn, Segovia, Yamaha and Fender guitars. Hammond, Moog, Roland, Korg, Yamaha, Crumar, Ensoniq and Mellotron keyboards. Xubuntu+KXStudio recording setup.

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Re: Pisound!!

Postby tavasti » Tue Jan 16, 2018 8:06 am

shreeswifty wrote:I have pd, Supercollider3.9 and Csound 6.10.1 working on it and purring along @ 96k

it is what got me back into linux audio

Getting latest patches with meltdown fixes, and your performance might be gone. But if you are not connected to network / not running anything else than music software, you can disable those features, and keep original performance.
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