This is just something I saw pop up on Twitter. I don’t do it myself, but there’s a lot of info about getting your Raspberry Pi to perform when processing audio and avoiding many of the pitfalls. Here’s what their site says about the article:
The Raspberry Pi can be set up to handle real-time, low-latency audio but it requires quite some tweaking. Hence this Wiki article in which some common bottlenecks as well as some possible optimizations will be described. Last but not least this article will explain how to get JACK aka jackd running on your RPi.
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SirLagz has created a 1GB version of his Raspbian Server Edition distro for the Raspberry Pi: Raspbian Server Edition Version 2.3 1GB Image » The Rantings and Ravings of a Madman.
Great news! The March 2013 edition of The MagPi, the only exclusively-Pi magazine available, is out now. Read it or download it here.
Jeremy Morgan is starting a new series on his blog to help Raspberry Pi owners start to program with Python.
Absolutely love these new cases from Nwazet. They’re funky, they’re brightly lit and they’re just the kind of thing to have sitting on your desk as a bit of fun 🙂 Read more here: Nwazet Pi Head Case