The Raspberry Pi Controller is intended to be a stand-alone MIDI sequencer workstation, made with open-source software and DIY electronic components. It is built around a Raspberry Pi board delivering a solid user interface. The I/O connections are served by an Arduino feeding directly to four MIDI inputs and outputs, guaranteeing accurate timing.
The name pays homage to the venerable Akai MPC series, but this is going to be a whole new kind of beast.
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