Using a Raspberry Pi 2 to make MIDI music


JosephEarnest has taken a Raspberry Pi 2, a USB digital-to-analogue converter (for sound output) and some other components soldered to stripboard to create a midi input/output device. The software is written in Python and cython and is available here. He’s made the whole thing open source on his website where you can read more and, perhaps, build it yourself. You can see a video of it in action below:

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