🎹🎶 A baremetal kernel that turns your Raspberry Pi 3 or later into a Roland MT-32 emulator and SoundFont synthesizer based on Circle, Munt, and FluidSynth.
romsdirectory - you have to provide these for copyright reasons.
mt32-pi.cfgfile to enable any optional hardware (Hi-Fi DAC, displays, buttons). Refer to the wiki to find supported hardware.
More detailed documentation for mt32-pi can now be found over at the mt32-pi wiki. Please read the wiki pages to learn about all of mt32-pi's features and supported hardware, and consider helping us improve it!
Take a look at our FAQ page for answers to the most common questions about mt32-pi.
If you need some help with mt32-pi and the wiki doesn't answer your questions, head over to the discussions area and feel free to start a topic.
⚠ Note: Please don't use the Issues area to ask for help - Issues are intended for reproducible bug reports and feature requests. Thankyou!
This project is generally quite stable and very usable, but still considered by its author to be in early stages of development.
Hence, please DO NOT work on large features and open pull requests without prior discussion. There is a strong possibility that work-in-progress code for proposed features already exists, but may not yet be public, and your work will have to be rejected.
Trivial changes to the code that fix issues are always welcome, as are improvements to documentation, and hardware/software compatibility reports.