On 06-11-13 19:27, Patrick Shirkey wrote:
I've seen it. Pricey audiophile stuff. If they'd release a module that
has ¼" TS connectors at instrument level I'll be the first to buy it.
There are similar projects being set up for the RPi by the way:
The cubieboard runs on software provided by the
project including build support packages and kernels for several Linux
distros, and various "mobile" OS's including android, tizen, ubuntu.
The processor is Allwinner's sun "x" i (arm) series the latest of which
(a31) are quad core.
I've been testing a Cubieboard2 the last three months. It's an awesome
device, I can recommend it if you're planning to use an ARM based
embedded device for musical projects. It's powerful, has audio IO, runs
very well and stable with a RT kernel, is easy to hack and performs very
well with JACK running at low latencies. The onboard audio has no
problems running at -p64 (you need a patch for the codec though).
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