Finally I have my first "Raspberry Pi 3 Model B" and so far everything is set up and now I want to make good use of it.
But I am a real noob when it comes to Linux and things. So the setup was good and I got everything going including synaptic.
So now for my project.
1. I want to constantly live-stream audio-input from one or two mono-sources i.e. inputs/microphones into the web.
2. The set-up is not running at a home environment. I need to broadcast the signal myself somehow or ask one of the surrounding
citizens for support and access to a wifi.
3. The setup is just one constant live-survey like a webcam. If the power of the RasPi is high enough I would think of adding video
to the stream or I'd try to also show a spectrogram from audacity (or anything else here?).
But at first Audio would be more than useful.
4. the ultimate nice-to-have feature would be a remote control to one of the attached audio devices.
Right now I am controlling the Device with Control-Voltage that could be (easily?) also come from the raspberry I guess
Now I am reading Tutorials all over and try to grasp & grab the bits and pieces that I need for my project.
Mostly there are Baby-CamTutorials in the Field of Streaming. But for me it's quite hard to understand the various methods used.
From what I get so far what I have to do is:
1. Get a proper Audio-ADC-HAT to complement the Pi 3 B and get it installed
2. Set-Up a save streaming server and have it constantly broadcast the ADCs-Inputs
3. Build a small Webpage to integrate the stream alongside some news (that's the easiest )
3. Get the stream out there. - but don't quite know how
4. Attach the RasPi Pins (If there are any left when adding an Audio-HAT) to the CV-Circuit and have a simple Two-Button-Control.
If there is anyone interested to help with the project or can give me a few directions where to look at or clarify some of my thoughts how to go about it... Any help is more then welcome and highly appreciated.
So again. Hello to everybody here and have a great week !