Feeling in dire need of more chaotic music making. Thinking about setting up Orca on my mostly unused Pi to control my hardware gear.
I believe I already tried this long ago and miserably failed, but I can't remember what happened precisely. Probably something about MIDI output I couldn't figure out.
So far I've:
- Found my Pi 4 in my unsufferable mess of cables and forgotten treasures
- Also found the keyboard, the mouse, the screen and my old MIDI adapter (which is bigger than the Pi)
- Booted it but everything looked kind of broken and slow
- Burnt and installed the latest DietPi version
- Managed to set up a working Wi-Fi connection
- Installed LXDE and Firefox
It seems to boot just fine. I'm now about to setup the terminal version of Orca and see what happens.
OMG it just worked :) I had to mess a bit with the command line and figure out the dependencies, but I have a basic beat playing on the Rytm.
For some reason I have no grid displayed in my terminal. It's here, but not visible unless I select it with the mouse. I guess I should maybe install something fancier than the LXDE terminal? What would work best for Orca?
@ice I'm glad to hear! :D
I'm not sure, you'll have to do tests, I've never used dietPi, and I usually use the uxn graphical version of uxn on I'm sure you'll figure out something that works well.
@neauoire No problem, I'll see what other terminal I can install -- this one is the default and it seems to be super lightweight, I'll look into other options! I'll try the uxn version a bit later :)
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