Not perhaps the best of picture to open up with, but this is where I started my Raspberry Pi journey. It wasn’t a simple thing to begin with. I really didn’t know what I wanted to use the Pi for, but as time has gone on it doesn’t seem to have become much clearer at all.
I will continue to share more about that and about how I’m going to be using the Pi in sound and audio going forward.
To be honest I haven’t really found a real use for a Raspberry Pi as yet. I’d like to do loads with it, but so far, it hasn’t been useful.
That’s not to say that it won’t be. I think it could, but without a purpose it becomes difficult to keep something around just for the sake of it.
I’ve also got a Pisound module on the back of my Pi3. I’ve even found that difficult to locate a use for. As a result not a great deal has happened with me and the Pi over the last few months.
I can’t quite bring myself to get rid of it as yet, mainly because I feel like I’ve invested quite a lot of time and effort into the device.
Posts about Raspberry Pi
About Pi Sound, a sound and MIDI board for the Raspberry Pi
I didn’t manage to get the Mag Pi magazine with the Zero on the front cover, I wish I’d paid more attention to that. I will pick one up at some point. It is a very impressive achievement to get a unit like this out for just £4. It gives me a bunch of ideas…