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Time: 2018-01-18 04:58:03
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- *According to [http://lists.puredata.info/pipermail/pd-list/2013-07/103294.html some] it will get you a more stable audio performance if you make sure that the power supply is providing enough Voltage and Ampère (guarateeing that the Voltage doesn't go below 5V, and making sure that you can draw up to 2Amp from the power supply if you have other devices connected to the Pi).
- *It is a good idea to run the Raspberri Pi headless if you only want it to make audio. Leave mouse, keyboard and screen disconnected. Connect via the ethernet to your network, give the Raspberry Pi a fixed IP and control it with another computer through a SSH connection. This way you will also avoid problems with Keyboards when you have to slow down the USB port to 1.1, because most keyboards seem to not like that (exeption: Bluetooth Keyboards).  
 *According to [http://lists.puredata.info/pipermail/pd-list/2013-07/103294.html some] it will get you a more stable audio performance if you make sure that the power supply provides stable, well filtered voltage and up to 2 amperes.
 *It is a good idea to run the Raspberry Pi headless if you only want it to make audio. Leave mouse, keyboard and screen disconnected. Connect via the Ethernet to your network, give the Raspberry Pi a fixed IP and control it with another computer through a SSH connection. This way you will also avoid problems with keyboards when you have to slow down the USB port to 1.1, because most keyboards seem to not like that (exception: Bluetooth Keyboards).  

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- *Pd-extended included in a rapsberry image from [https://ccrma.stanford.edu/~eberdahl/Satellite Satellite CCRMA]
 *Pd-extended included in a Raspberry Pi image from [https://ccrma.stanford.edu/~eberdahl/Satellite Satellite CCRMA]

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- *Pd-L2Ork debian package with instructions for install and running RPi headless [http://l2ork.music.vt.edu/main/?page_id=2288 download and documentation link]
 *Pd-L2Ork Debian package with instructions for installing and running RPi headless [http://l2ork.music.vt.edu/main/?page_id=2288 download and documentation link]

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-Idea: writing here a short blurp what the issues/problems are with the on board audio possibilities of the Raspberry (the mini stereo jack and the HDMI audio). There is no audio-in on the Raspberry Pi, so for input you will need a device on one of the USB ports.
Idea: writing here a short blurb about what the issues/problems are with the on board audio capabilities of the Raspberry Pi (the mini stereo jack and the HDMI audio). There is no audio-in on the Raspberry Pi, so for input you will need a device on one of the USB ports.

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- *Native Instruments Komplete Audio 6: at least the 4 analog I/O works (digital I/O untested). If input sounds like static, the firmware of the Raspberry is to old and needs to be updated with sudo rpi-update
 *Native Instruments Komplete Audio 6: at least the 4 analog I/O works (digital I/O untested). If input sounds like static, the firmware of the Raspberry is too old and needs to be updated with 'sudo rpi-update'

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- *Hercules Muse Pocket LT. Without dwc_otg.speed=1: 6 channels can be outputed but sound quality is poor (cracks...). With dwc_otg.speed=1: works with 2 channels (though an unwanted sine can be heard), more than 2 channels does not work ("ALSA output error (snd_pcm_hw_params): Invalid argument" or "read other error -77").
 *Hercules Muse Pocket LT. Without dwc_otg.speed=1: 6 channels can be outputted but sound quality is poor (cracks...). With dwc_otg.speed=1: works with 2 channels (though an unwanted sine can be heard), more than 2 channels does not work ("ALSA output error (snd_pcm_hw_params): Invalid argument" or "read other error -77").

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