[LAU] Easily map OSC to MIDI

Jeremia Bär jeb at jebdev.net
Thu Jan 24 22:36:25 UTC 2013

Michael, the DSI Tetr4 in the Puredata example is exactly the synth I 
have. Thanks for diggin that one up. Will defenitely look at that one :-)

Egor, mididings looks like a great tool anyway. Thanks!

On 01/22/2013 02:03 AM, Egor Sanin wrote:
> On 1/21/13, michael noble<looplog at gmail.com>  wrote:
>> On Tue, Jan 22, 2013 at 8:21 AM, Jeremia Bär<jeb at jebdev.net>  wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> I spent the last days looking for a program that allows for an easy
>>> mapping of OSC messages to MIDI. Surprisingly, I couldn't find anything
>>> useful. I found some various python scripts that would either not work or
>>> request the OSC message to have a specific format, which is not suitable
>>> for me. Basically, I'm looking for a simple way to hook up TouchOSC from
>>> my
>>> Android tablet to control my HW synth with NRPNs. Is there nothing
>>> around?
>>> I was also thinking of maybe coding something up myself. Liblo and RtMidi
>>> look like a good point to start. Any thoughts on that?
>>> Thanks for your hints,
>>> Jeremia
> Lately, mididings has been my go-to for anything MIDI.  There is some
> OSC functionality already built-in, but you can also use pyliblo to
> whip up a thread inside your mididings script that responds to
> incoming OSC.  Then it's just a matter of using the defined generator
> units to translate that into MIDI.
> http://das.nasophon.de/mididings/
> It's worth an investigation to see if it will fit your needs.  It's also python.

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