WHALEYGEEK has a simple step by step document on how to add sounds to your Raspberry Pi.
Today at Raspberry Pi club, myself and some of the children worked out how to add sounds to their games. The steps you go through are relatively simple, but I thought it useful to document them here for others to benefit from.
We’ve been fiddling occasionally at a school Raspberry Pi club trying to get our integral speakers working on our TidyPi machines, and never quite got it working.
We use a CableMatters HDMI to VGA adaptor on all our Pi’s – the hunch being that because we had something plugged into the HDMI, the Pi had sensed it and routed to HDMI audio (even though those adaptors have no way of processing the audio).
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