mt32-pi is bare metal Raspberry Pi emulation of the popular Roland MT32 MIDI device. It was created by d0pefish. Show him some love!
- A simple interface for mt32-pi (no buttons or knobs - use the OSD :)
- Includes a bracket to mount to the aluminum case :)
- compatible with with Pi Zero 2 W, 3A+, 3B, and 4 (not included)
- Includes PCB shim for use with Pi Zero 2 W
- Includes revised USB 3 A male to USB 3 A male cable
- Also works with the SNAX USB 3 cable
- Upgraded power supply strongly recommended
- Follow the steps here: https://github.com/dwhinham/mt32-pi/wiki/MiSTer-FPGA%3A-Setup-and-usage
- Option 1: download my mt32-pi.cfg
- Option 2: edit mt32-pi.cfg and set:
- output_device = i2s
- scheme = none
- mister = on
- type = ssd1306_i2c
- height = 64
- When you power on the mt32-pi, you should see a MiSTer splash screen. If not, check the cable connecting to the mt32-pi to the User port.
Works great...once I realized I had the wrong DIP settings for the Digital IO board. The switches on the DE10-Nano are in reverse order with SW3 being on the left and SW0 on the right.
Its just amazing hearing how good dos games can sound with the mt32. I was hesitant at first, but Im glad I tried it out.
This makes games with MT32 support sound absolutely beautiful. Roland MT-32 was something I always saw on the sound options as a kid, but I generally had to stick to Adlib or eventually Sound Blaster. MT-32 was just this unobtainable dream, and to experience what I missed now on games I have fond memories of is absolutely a treat!
Loving the hat on this - very clean.
Bought this for better music in the ao486 core. Was not disappointed. Using with a RPi 3B+ from a retro pie build I no longer need. Easy to setup with the Mister. Config directions need to include i2c output for most setups.