Zynthian Kit v4 keeps all the good things from the v3, but integrates the Raspberry Pi 4, which substantially increases the Zynthian’s processing power.… Read More Zynthian Raspberry Pi Synthesizer Update Adds More Power, More Controls
The nanoPi is a DIY synth project, based on the Raspberry Pi microcomputer. It combines a raspberry Pi Zero W, 10000mAh battery, and a Korg nanoKEY2 into a single portable synthesizer.… Read More The nanoPi Is A DIY Synth Based On The Raspberry Pi
3dPdModular is a new modular synthesizer platform, based on Pure Data and the Raspberry Pi computer.… Read More New Open Source Modular Synthesizer Platform, 3dPdModular, Based On Raspberry Pi
The Synthberry Pi is a new synth design, based on the Raspberry Pi mini computer.… Read More Synthberry Pi, A Standalone Pure Data Synth Based On Raspberry Pi
Elk, the developer of the Elk Audio OS, has announced that it has released an open source Audio Operating System and Development Kit for the Raspberry Pi. Elk Audio OS a dedicated audio operating system, designed to make it easy to run existing VSTs and other plugin formats on hardware instruments and audio devices, in… Read More Elk Releases Open Source Audio OS, Open Source Development Kit For Raspberry Pi
The Raspberry Pi 3 is a minimal computer, designed to offer quad-core processing power for about $40. Its combination of price and power makes it an interesting platform for embedded audio/MIDI projects. … Read More Raspberry PI 3 Linux Distribution For Audio and MIDI
Blokas has introduced pisound – an Audio & MIDI interface for the Raspberry Pi pocket computer platform.… Read More New Audio + MIDI Interface For The Raspberry Pi, pisound
Hachi is written in Java, and so can run on a Pi (tested), a Mac (tested), and many other platforms (untested), with or without keyboard and monitor.… Read More ‘Hachi’ Turns Novation Launchpad Into A Multifunction MIDI Sequencer
Zynthian is a open hardware platform, currently in development, that promises to be a ‘swiss army knife of synthesis’, equipped with multiple engines, filters and effects. Zynthian’s hardware specification is public and the software is open source, so the platform is designed to be fully hackable.
LoopPI is a DIY, standalone four-track audio looper made for the Raspberry PI computer.