@jaffasplaffa I think rPI needs a topic of its own
yeah, I think the thing that might be helpful around pisound is the community, somewhere to go for help. I find generally the rPI community is pretty split up.
e.g. you can download a MODDEP install which will just work (I assume :)) for the pisound.
btw, one thing Ive found with Organelle , is for patching.. its easier to use your computer as a remote X display, rather than use any kind of lcd/hdmi.
of course, it may be you still need a touch display for creating a control surface though.
I bought a waveshare 7" which is ok, but I don't find it very sharp...
I'm hoping display will improve in the future... this looked very nice , I nearly backed...
but I recently got stung on taxes/customs on a KS campaign (ended up being 40% after import duty AND the fee the courier charged for collection!) , so I was a bit wary.
but it definitely looks better tech that we currently have.
I assume the official display is similar to the waveshare, in which case its no issue...
rPI mounts to back of display, but with gpio pins out , so then the pisound sits on that.
(obviously 'the button' , and pots are now behind the display when in use, but still accessible)
with the waveshare lcd, its even still sits on the stand properly
... I think its pretty common for PI uses to need access to gpio pins, or have something on them/