I fooled with this project for the last few months, and I think I’m finally satisfied.
My only complaints could be solved by a RPI 4. Namely, I can’t seem to find a battery pack that can provide the RPI3 with enough voltage and assume any USB-C power could solve this. If anyone has any suggestions for a PowerPack that can give the RPI what it needs please share!!
It will turn on and play but I get the CPU-overload warning allot and stuttering unless plugged directly into the wall, which isn’t ideal seeing as I want to perform on a sidewalk… Also I want more cpu power overall, but that’s just so I can play with layering more effects and such.
Awesome project guys! I eagerly await RPI4 software.
PS. if you were curious, the other Geiger counter is a self contained portable amp, with it’s audio output split to a portable 1986 TV that I hacked into an oscilloscope.