MT32-Pi Sound Module. 80s classic Roland MT32 emulator.  


Includes Raspberry Pi Zero 2W


Attention: does not includes the SD card nor the power supply.


More details can be found at the official github site:


    The MT32-Pi emulates the classic Roland MT32 sound module from the 80s. Its a Raspberry Pi based device that can run as a standard MT32 or use soundfonts as alternative sound banks.


    It consist on a "hat" board which plugs on the Raspberry Pi GPIO port providing MIDI/Audio I/O, OLED display and physical buttons. The Raspberry Pi runs a baremetal MT32 emulator from the SD card. 


    It can be conncted through a standard MIDI connector (DIN 5) to a PC, Amiga, Atari ST or any other device with MIDI support (Keyboards, sequencers, etc). Many classic games from the 80s and 90s supports the MT32 out of the box (notably Sierra and Lucas Arts and many more games such as Doom).


    It is of course compatible with our MiSS FPGA running Amiga, Atari ST and PC cores and also with our SX-2 MSX FPGA (custom adapter cable needed).


    The unit is available complete and fully assembled including a Raspberry Pi Zero 2W



    • Standard MIDI-IN, DIN 5 Connector
    • i2s Stereo DAC Output
    • 128x32 OLED Display
    • Mechanical ON/OFF Switch
    • 3D printed case
    • Includes Raspberry Pi Zero 2W


    SD setup image available for download. 


    Attention! The Raspberry Pi has high power requirements. You will need to use a Raspberry Pi power supply or similar.


    In order to get a replacement or refund defective units must first be returned. Once the item has been inspected we will proceed to replace the unit or refund the payment. Items that have been damaged by careless/unadecuated use or modifyied by the buyer in any way will not be elegible for replace or refund of any kind. 

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