This question is supposed to be subjective.. well I need to ask this one way or the other... soooo:
As a project I wanted to create my own music sequencer (like a drum machine or synthesiser) from scratch. At the moment I'm not sure as to which hard- and software would be best for me to use.
I was thinking about using some Raspberry Pi Model as my hardware, to code the music sequencer programm I would want to use Java and the casing will be 3D printed.
My Questions are:
Is Raspberry Pi a good hardware for a professional music tool like this?
If yes, then which components should I use for good audio quality?
Should I use Java or are there better option available in other languages?
I would very much appreciate your help, this could be a potential kickstarter project but I'll need to create a good prototype first, so any suggestions would be immensely usefull.
EDIT: People were misunderstanding my question so here some more explanation:
I was sent here from stackoverflow.. if this is still the wrong place to ask this question I'll have no idea where to go else.
If you suggest looking at linux music sequence you do not understand my question correctly. I want to make the sequencer software myself, I'm a programmer.
What I was looking for is a neat small computer which can be built into a casing. I want to make a physical "instrument" with buttons and such. I know there is this thing called HiFiBerry, but I don't know if this will suffice for good music quality like you would have in an audio interface.. so I hope this makes things a little clearer :)