the MOD Duo is a guitar/instrument pedalboard made by the company Mod Devices, which has the following features:
- Open-source firmware based on Linux, Jack, LV2 standard.
- Web client served by the pedalboard itself via WIFI or Bluetooth
- Two independent inputs and outputs. Supports any signal chain in between.
- Ability to create or build your own effects.
This project is about building the software components on openSUSE, with the following goals:
- Learn how it works
- Contribute to it
- Evaluate it before buying the hardware
- Experiment: eg. make a simpler pedalboard with a RaspberryPi and a DAC.
- mod-host and mod-ui built here.
mod-ui running on openSUSE:
How to run it
sudo zypper ar obs://home![add-emoji](https://assets-cdn.github.com/images/icons/emoji/dmacvicar.png)mod/openSUSE_Tumbleweed modduo # install qjackctl and friends sudo zypper in a2jmidid qjackctl jack # install mod duo software sudo sudo zypper in mod-host mod-ui # install some effects sudo sudo zypper in lv2-calf lv2-guitarix
Now, configure QJacjCtl to start mod-host at startup of jack:
Setup -> Options
[X] Execute Script after Startup: [ a2jmidid -e & mod-host ] ... [X] Execute Script on Shutdown: [ killall a2jmidid mod-host ]
Edit the mod-ui port:
sudo vi /usr/lib/python3.6/site-packages/mod/settings.py
Change the port to a non-root port:
DEVICE_WEBSERVER_PORT = int(os.environ.get('MOD_DEVICE_WEBSERVER_PORT', 8082))
Start jack with QJackCtl Now start mod-ui:
http://localhost:$port in your browser.
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