Re: [LAU] Fwd: Re: Raspberry Pi and real-time, low-latency audio

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To: Nicola <nicola.di.marzo@...>
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Date: Monday, April 22, 2013 - 8:46 am

2013/4/19 Nicola :

Really great that project, I'll give it a try and see. First I'll need
to but another SD or try to boot from USB.


You can try DSMI[1] (MIDI over wifi server, really simple) and any
MIDI-controller app that supports DSMI directly or OSC on Android,
i.e: Ivory Tower[2]


It seems you are trying to achieve that same headless center using
Android as a GUI I've mentioned some times, great. I had some success
with MIDI over wifi, but now I have to get some device and I'm not
sure if that's gonna be an Android+RPi or just some other touch-UMPC
device to run Linux directly instead of
"fighting"/configuring/tweaking again to get whatever to do what I
Maybe you're Nexus is a good choice.


Carlos sanchiavedraz
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