Orac is a virtual modular based on Pure Data and created by Mark Harris. Being flexible for users, Orac lets you create your own audio modules, and thus extend the Orac ecosystem.
MODEP is an open-source MOD DUO emulator that lets you play around with hundreds of LV2 audio plugins ranging from a simple reverb to a complex FM synth.
Pure Data is an open source visual programming environment. It is a major branch of the family of patcher programming languages known as Max and is originally developed by Miller Puckette at IRCAM.
|On-board, I2S and USB sound card support|
|Jack audio backend for audio management|
|Real-Time kernel for low latency audio performance|
|Lightweight RPD Desktop Environment with low memory footprint|
|Automatic MIDI connection manager (amidiauto)|
|WiFi-MIDI support (touchosc2midi)|
|WiFi Hotspot support|
|SSH & VNC enabled by default|
|Dedicated command-line utility for OS configuration (patchbox-config)|
|Supported Raspberry Pi Models|
|Raspberry Pi 2B, Raspberry Pi 3B, Raspberry Pi 3A+, Raspberry Pi 3B+, Raspberry Pi 4B|
|Pianoteq Standard Trial||6.6.0|