moOde™ audio player is Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) for the Raspberry Pi family of single board computers.
The moOde™ project accepts voluntary contributions of any type including software development, documentation, forum moderation and financial donations.
Read the Setup guide for information on how to prepare the ISO image with SSH, a login userid/password and optional WiFi SSID/password before writing the image to the boot media.
moOde 8.3.2 (64-bit) Compatible with 3B, 3B+, 3A+, 4, 400, CM3, CM3+, CM4, Zero 2WmoOde 8.3.2 (Legacy) Compatible with all Raspberry Pi models
Donations help the project remain active providing great audio software for the Raspberry Pi audio community.
Enjoy the beautifully designed and responsive Web User Interface (WebUI) that adapts seamlessly to Desktop, Tablet, Smartphone, TV and Ultra-wide attached displays. There is no need to install an App. moOde can be freely accessed using any Web Browser on any device.
moOde™ provides a great set of Audiophile options and built-in support for audio devices that are compatible with the Raspberry Pi family of Single Board Computers. There is also a REST API as described in the Setup guide.
Join the moOde™ Forum for top notch support, interesting discussions on a wide variety of audio topics and get the latest news regarding moOde™ audio player.
Contact the Forum to request an account. Include your preferred userid (at least 5 characters) in the message.
A master guide is available that describes how to get started developing for moOde™ and how to use the builder utilities to manage packages and generate OS images.
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The ProtoDAC is an easy to build Non-Oversampling (NOS) Digital Audio Converter (DAC) that delivers excellent sound quality, especially when using premium components.
To build and enjoy your own ProtoDAC read the Builder Guide then upload the Gerber zip file to your preferred board house to get some PCB's made.
Take a moment to consider donating to Mark Winkler (@hifiamps) for contributing this wonderful DIY DAC project.