"The MagPi Magazine: Sonic Pi 2.0, Get Your Groove On"
In this issue, you'll be in the club with Sonic Pi.
The MagPi has an exclusive of Samuel Aaron’s brand new release of Sonic Pi v2.0 and how it is aiding build the underground music movement of Live Coding. Samuel describes what is new to v2.0 along with some basics to get you up and mixing in no time.
Jacob Marsh from ModMyPi is back with another great tutorial on physical computing, this month describing how to use 1-Wire temperature sensors. Take a look at how to build your own XMPP chat server in Gianluca’s Chat Room article, then Bernhard Suter provides the next article in our Linux tool shed series where he describes the bash shell.
This issue also includes:
Studying Atmospheric Pollution With A Multi-Sensor Array Part 1: Introduction to the main subsystems
GrovePi: Adding Grove Sensor Modules Stackable hardware extension board
Brick Pi Part 3: Scratch interface with RpiScratchIO
Minecraft Pi Edition Part 2: Interfacing Minecraft with PiFace Digital
Physical Computing Part 2: Using 1-Wire temperature sensors
C++ Cache Part 5: Classes
Chat Room Turn your Raspberry Pi into an XMPP chat server
Linus Commands Part 2: Tales from the Linux tool shed – don’t bash the shell
Sonic Pi: Get Your Groove On! Part 2: Discover new samples, synths, studio effects and Live Coding
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