Yeah i'm not shure wat happened there?
I got my Rpi some days ago and i have done a little bit of research and checked out what's possible, but screen resolution is low, so it's a bit limited for games and such. Raspbian worked well after fixing the screen res, which is a bit odd 800x480. Windows 10 for Rpi is basically just an empty shell, so will only be useful for developers.
I read about a way to use the rpi pwm output and use that as a control voltage. The signal is not good for other uses as it's duty cycles aren't consistent, but i think it can work as a on off clock signal for syncing the sequencer.
I have ran out of terminal connector cables, so i'm waiting for refreshments and can't really do much without those. So far i have mounted another module on the back of the above module, so that i got two in one. I also found a temporary box for this module and also added a voltage regulator module so it's pretty much self contained. I have the pots and switches i need, but i need the cables and also some suitable drill bits for the mounting.
I basically need to make 4 of these boxes and one for the sequencer. I'm considering to drop the Rpi and make it use other analogue sources and microphone or whatever. I hope i get the AM radio kits soon, then i'll be able to see if this '3 AM Radio Theremin' thingy works. Also i hope to get room for the synth chips i ordered a short while ago. It has noise and sine output, so it should work well for some percussive sounds, though it doesn't appear to have a built in filter.
When i come to think of it i rather want my pi as a standalone unit with possibilities to add functions as i'm learning. Maybe i can turn it into its very own audio mixer, fx box, oscilloscope
I imagine latency would suck pretty bad though, but the pwm can be controlled in realtime so i can probably still use it for syncing different future projects.