Jay Curtis / lysdexic (Max Certified Trainer) & Tom Hall (Cycling '74) will lead you through setting up a Raspberry Pi for the first time to work with RNBO, and how to use the GPIO pins to add controls and sensors for making your own standalone synthesizer running RNBO with controls.
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In this article we'll learn the basics of using a small NeoPixel LED strip to respond to the volume of our RNBO patcher on the Raspberry Pi.
You've just made your own desktop synthesizer with RNBO and the Raspberry Pi, you're ready to switch the lights off and jam out - but there's no visual feedback... If there's a bleep in a dark studio but there's no pulses of twinkling light - did it even happen?