MT32Pi - Make Your Own Roland MT-32

US Raspberry Pi plus a MiSTer FPGA      10/04/24

A couple of weeks ago we compared the MT-32 to the FB-01 and the votes unanimously went with the former. Here's a great project for those with a Raspberry Pi and a MiSTer FPGA to make your own! The video features a bit of history of the MT-32 which was used widely with video games of the era - but if you're looking for that authentic MT-32 experience, and have a Raspberry Pi lying around, this is a nice little project! 

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Here's another vid on the same subject:

And if that's not enough for you, here are 5 ways to have MIDI on the MiSTer - which references the above project. 

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