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Raspberry Pi 4 Q & A Technical Specifications | GPIO Pin Out | Benchmark Tests | Comparison Chart | FAQ | Quiz | Pi Accessories | Pi Projects | RoadTest | Q & A   The Raspberry Pi 4 has arrived!   To help those who might be new to Pi, or even to expand the knowledge of those who have experience with this wildly popular SBC, I had a chat with Hari Kalyanaraman, Global Head of Single Board Computers for Premier Farnell, which has been involved with Pi nearly from the beg ...
As I spoke to the team behind the Flick range of gesture sensing boards, a certain phrase kept coming up: "keyboard and mouse." These venerable input devices have been around longer than many of us have been alive, and it's hard to deny that they get the job done. But the Flick team are part of a larger movement that wants to expand how we control our computing devices, in their case through gestures. "We’re essentially adding another way that you can control your Raspberry Pi or single-bo ...
Music has always been driven forward in part by the technology used to make it. The piano combined the best features of the harpsichord and clavichord to help concert musicians; the electric guitar made performing and recording different forms of blues, jazz, and rock music possible; and electronic drum machines both facilitated songwriting and spawned entire genres of music in themselves. Code has become a part of so many different ways of making music today: digital audio workstation (DAW) sof ...
Music has always been driven forward in part by the technology used to make it. The piano combined the best features of the harpsichord and clavichord to help concert musicians; the electric guitar made performing and recording different forms of blues, jazz, and rock music possible; and electronic drum machines both facilitated songwriting and spawned entire genres of music in themselves. The musical collective Sonic Robots were inspired by one of the most famous electronic instruments of all t ...
Music has always been driven forward in part by the technology used to make it. The piano combined the best features of the harpsichord and clavichord to help concert musicians; the electric guitar made performing and recording different forms of blues, jazz, and rock music possible; and electronic drum machines both facilitated songwriting and spawned entire genres of music in themselves. Toby Hendricks, an electronic musician who records and performs as otem rellik, became dissatisfied with th ...

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