herr_prof wrote:

Can you get on console and see if there is any errors? What about if you specify your audio interface in the config?

oh, in the meantime i have formated the sd card and then reinstalled whezzy.
Lgtp sounds in raspbian whezzy with default settings.

Although I tweaked a little the config.xml file and it finally worked well in my laptop (debian jessie).

anyone know a config input example for use lgtp with Jack?

maybe  <AUDIOAPI value='Jack'/>   ?

e.s.c. wrote:
Ludd del Pozo wrote:

hi,
anyone have tried lgpt in raspberry pi 2?
i tested piggy in raspberry pi b+ (raspbian wheezy) and works fine.
but when I updated to the new raspbian (jessie) version there is no sound...

later i updated debian from wheezy to jessie in my laptop and happened the same.

good to know, i'll remember to not update
is this using the built-in audio, usb audio or both?
is it possibly sending the audio out through the hdmi?


I use a cheap c-media usb soundcard:
built-in audio is worst, but maybe there is a way for improve it.

+info:
https://learn.adafruit.com/downloads/pd … rry-pi.pdf
http://www.howtoeverything.net/linux/ra … -solutions

(USB cable with ferrite bead block is important)

pretty sure you cant use jack atm

i never thought of using an rPi but reading this thread makes perfect sense! is it possible to hook up midi to the rpi/LGPT combo? i already have a PSP with LGPT but never felt really right so i never spent much time on it.

jefftheworld wrote:

I've actually got a Beaglebone Black for both LGPT and visuals

what software are you using for visuals?

Does someone here use the built in audio output with the audio_pwm_mode=2 and latest rpi-update.
Seem to fix the background noise and bad quality of the built in audio output.

https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/view … ;start=200

I'm near to buy a pi3 with lcd and case. this one seem to be really fine and cheap.But I don't want tons of usb stuff plugged on it, only ps3 blutooth pad and usb midi.

http://fr.aliexpress.com/item/2016-New- … 51697.html

Last edited by yoyz2k (May 5, 2016 11:24 am)

yoyz2k wrote:

Does someone here use the built in audio output with the audio_pwm_mode=2 and latest rpi-update.
Seem to fix the background noise and bad quality of the built in audio output.

https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/view … ;start=200

I'm near to buy a pi3 with lcd and case. this one seem to be really fine and cheap.But I don't want tons of usb stuff plugged on it, only ps3 blutooth pad and usb midi.

http://fr.aliexpress.com/item/2016-New- … 51697.html

that case looks like the one i ordered at one point for my b+, which was a piece of crap. 6 pieces of poorly cut plexiglass that barely fit together and got in the way of connecting anything to most of the ports.... i'd go for something better to be safe

theskyis256k wrote:

i never thought of using an rPi but reading this thread makes perfect sense! is it possible to hook up midi to the rpi/LGPT combo? i already have a PSP with LGPT but never felt really right so i never spent much time on it.

yes, any class compliant usb midi interface works just fine.. i've used both a cheapo $4 one from amazon and a novation remote 25sl compact with mine without any issues

e.s.c. wrote:
yoyz2k wrote:

Does someone here use the built in audio output with the audio_pwm_mode=2 and latest rpi-update.
Seem to fix the background noise and bad quality of the built in audio output.

https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/view … ;start=200

I'm near to buy a pi3 with lcd and case. this one seem to be really fine and cheap.But I don't want tons of usb stuff plugged on it, only ps3 blutooth pad and usb midi.

http://fr.aliexpress.com/item/2016-New- … 51697.html

that case looks like the one i ordered at one point for my b+, which was a piece of crap. 6 pieces of poorly cut plexiglass that barely fit together and got in the way of connecting anything to most of the ports.... i'd go for something better to be safe

I'd like to take a good case with lcd on it. Make it really portable. If anybody here has good suggestion, you are welcome.

currently out of stock, but this one would be a good choice https://www.adafruit.com/products/2779

i actually just added my email to the list, plan to grab one myself when they restock

It seem to be a great case and display smile

the displays are definitely nice, i've seen the 2.8" one before... haven't seen that exact case in person, but have seen the similar one for model a/b pi's and it was pretty sturdy

Regarding audio issues.... There's this thing apparently

https://makezine.com/2016/05/06/warm-tu … n-missing/

Hello , someone has managed to run lgpt on a raspberry pi 3 ? I've got a crapy glitchy slowly sound.

turboninja wrote:

Hello , someone has managed to run lgpt on a raspberry pi 3 ? I've got a crapy glitchy slowly sound.

have you already tried an external soundcard? i know one or two other people mentioned having issues with the pi 3 and piggy tracker's audio so that might be something someone who is comfortable coding should look at (thankfully piggy is open source now)

<yes, I tried with behringer uca202  it worked perfect with pi2. No more with piggy on pi 3.