Elk Audio OS binary images for Raspberry Pi
That might not matter too much for you - if not then you're set. But if it does, using small buffers is hard with Linux (and non-realtime OSes), since the kernel has other things to balance, so you can occasionally miss your deadlines and have audio glitches if the buffers are too small. These guys offer a linux distro that's been well tuned for audio processing, as well as an engine that makes it easy to drop in your effects algorithm without having to deal with hardware support and making that engine: https://elk.audio/
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