Installing Pure Data On Raspberry Pi
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How to Install Pure Data on Raspberry Pi: A Step-by-Step Guide
Pure Data (Pd) is a graphical programming language for creating interactive multimedia applications. It is widely used by artists, musicians, educators, and researchers for sound synthesis, music composition, audio processing, video manipulation, and more. Pd can run on various platforms, including Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, Android, and iOS. But did you know that you can also install Pd on Raspberry Pi
Raspberry Pi is a low-cost, credit-card-sized computer that can run Linux and other operating systems. It is popular among hobbyists, makers, and educators for its versatility and affordability. Raspberry Pi can be used for various projects, such as robotics, gaming, home automation, and more. But it can also be used as a powerful platform for creating and running Pd patches.
In this article, we will show you how to install Pure Data on Raspberry Pi in a few simple steps. We will also show you how to configure Pd to work with the audio and MIDI devices connected to your Raspberry Pi. By the end of this article, you will be able to create and run your own Pd patches on Raspberry Pi.
What You Need
Before you start installing Pure Data on Raspberry Pi, you will need the following:
A Raspberry Pi model 3 or 4 with a microSD card (at least 8 GB) and a power supply.
A monitor, a keyboard, and a mouse connected to your Raspberry Pi.
An internet connection.
An audio device (such as a USB sound card or a USB microphone) and/or a MIDI device (such as a USB MIDI keyboard or a USB MIDI controller) connected to your Raspberry Pi.
A pair of headphones or speakers connected to your audio device.
Step 1: Install Raspbian OS on Your Raspberry Pi
The first step is to install Raspbian OS on your Raspberry Pi. Raspbian is the official operating system for Raspberry Pi, based on Debian Linux. It comes with various software packages pre-installed, including Python, Scratch, Sonic Pi, and more. You can download the latest version of Raspbian from the official website: https://www.raspberrypi.org/software/
There are two versions of Raspbian available: Raspbian Lite and Raspbian Desktop. Raspbian Lite is a minimal version that only includes the essential software packages. Raspbian Desktop is a full version that includes a graphical user interface (GUI) and various applications. For this tutorial, we recommend using Raspbian Desktop, as it will make it easier to install and run Pure Data.
To install Raspbian on your microSD card, you will need a software tool called Raspberry Pi Imager. You can download it from the same website: https://www.raspberrypi.org/software/. Raspberry Pi Imager is available for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. It will help you to format your microSD card and write the Raspbian image file onto it.
Once you have downloaded Raspberry Pi Imager, follow these steps:
Insert your microSD card into your computer using a card reader.
Open Raspberry Pi Imager and select \"Choose OS\".
Select \"Raspberry Pi OS (other)\" from the list.
Select \"Raspberry Pi OS (32-bit) with desktop\" from the list.
Select \"Choose SD Card\" and select your microSD card from the list.
Select \"Write\" and wait for the process to complete.
Eject your microSD card from your computer.
Step 2: Boot Your Raspberry Pi with Raspbian OS
The next step is to boot your Raspberry Pi with Raspbian OS. Follow these steps:
Insert your microSD card into your Raspberry Pi.
Connect your monitor, keyboard, mouse, power supply, audio device, and MIDI device to your Raspberry Pi.
Turn on your Raspberry Pi by plugging in the power supply.
Wait for the Raspbian OS to load on your monitor.
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