Contact

Hello, my name is Michael Clemens.

You can contact me by using my privacy box.
Don’t forget to mention your email address, otherwise I cannot answer your message.

All my projects are hosted on github: https://github.com/exitnode

4 thoughts on “Contact

  1. HI Michael

    I thought you might like to know that your project features in my book ‘Raspberry Pi For Dummies’ in a chapter dedicated to inspiring Raspberry Pi projects. If you’d like, I can write a post for your website about why I chose your project for the book. Let me know if this is of interest, and thanks for sharing your project online and inspiring other Raspberry Pi users!

    Best regards
    Sean

  2. Hi Michael

    I was unable to reach you via your privacy box as this service was shut down five months ago.

    Can you get in touch with me, please?

    Regards
    Johnny

  3. Lieber Michael,
    gibt es auch die Möglichkeit bei dem Ein-Knopf-Player dass nach jedem Track ein Stopp einsetzt, also mit single-play-function ? Ich würde so ein gerät für unser Puppentheater gut gebrauchen können !
    Mit vielen Grüßen
    Andreas Kilger

  4. Dear Michael,
    Thank you for your audiobook project. I was thinking about trying to do something like that for my blind mother, when your project appeared.

    My experiences with mpd were torturous. I think that my main problem was that, when I used ‘mpc ls | mpc add’ to create a playlist, it was not writing a file to storage; there was no file in the ‘playlists’ directory. I might have erased it in my beginner’s zeal and it was not going to create a new one for me. The solution was to, after creating the playlist as above, enter ‘mpc save ‘. A file appeared on disc and ‘mpc play’ worked.

    You might consider this beyond the scope of your project, but if you like, I can forward some notes about connecting a usb audio dac to the RPi and getting, possibly improved, sound out of that.

    Regards,
    Lewis.

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