Peter Kirn writes about the first wave of musical hacks for Raspberry Pi over at Create Digital Music:
Apple may have started the conversation about the “post-PC” age. But part of what this means is that a “computer” doesn’t necessarily have to be something costing hundreds of dollars, in a conventional desktop or laptop form factor. It could look more like the Raspberry Pi, at US$25 and squeezed into a tin of mints. Suddenly, all those years of music software development are liberated from the big, pricey boxes on which we’ve run them all these years.
There’s lots of other great stuff at createdigitalmusic.com too.