When I was at Uni in the beginning of the 90s, I saved up an spent an absolute FORTUNE on a Roland LAPC-1, and the very first Thrustmaster HOTAS joystick that came out (Falcon 3.0!)
So to see the MT32 Pi hookup to a DE10 is very exciting for me.
When I get around to setting up the AO486 core with MT32 Pi, the following info will be useful to people who don’t have an IOBoard.
A short 8 way ribbon cable or set of 7 hook up wires needs to go between the Arduino header on the DE10 and the Pi GPIO as below:
There will be PCBs to do this, but if you want to hack it, just connect the wires up directly using 0.1″ pitch headers/breadboard hook up wire (male-female).
Note in the photo below the DE10, the text is UPSIDE DOWN !! If you have SDRAM it’s easier to spot.
Please let me know if this doesn’t work !