How to play the latest music with the Raspberry Pi 3D Audio Board
The Raspberry Pi is one of the best-selling computers ever, and it has been a big success in Africa for years.
But this year the popular 3D audio board was a bit of a disappointment to some, as it didn’t offer enough support for the Raspberry Pis hardware.
That’s why there’s now a second version of the Raspberry PI which, after a year’s worth of development, finally includes support for audio cards from the likes of Sonos, Logitech, and Logitech Harmony.
You can also make use of some of the hardware built into the Pi to create audio projects using the new Pi Audio SDK.
We spoke to the lead developer, Peter Wibord, to find out how to make your own Raspberry Pi soundtracks.
The video above is from a demo video made by the Pi Audio Development Kit, and you can watch it below to see how the new board works.
Read more about the new Raspberry Pi Audio board on the RaspberryPi blog.