[LAU] Easily map OSC to MIDI
jeb at jebdev.net
Thu Jan 24 22:43:25 UTC 2013
Thanks for those two links as well.
On 01/22/2013 09:36 AM, Jari Suominen wrote:
> But the OSC API on this one is hardcoded. And not well documented, but
> it is obvious from the code (should maybe spend few days smoothing
> things up). But supports all main MIDI commands and TCP and UDP
> protocols (through liblo).
> Also precompiled binaries for Ubuntu 11.10 at:
> 2013/1/22 Giso Grimm<gg3137 at vegri.net>:
>> Hi Jeremia,
>> ugly undocumented C++-code, but written for nearly what you describe, is
>> "ommo_bridge" from this little (pre-alpha) toolbox:
>> ommo_bridge stands for OSC-to-MIDI and MIDI-to-OSC. Currently only
>> MIDI-CC-events are supported, but it might not be impossible to extend
>> to support NRPNs. The format of the incoming and outgoing messages can
>> be configured in an xml file.
>> Depends on libxml++-2.6, liblo, alsa and jack.
>> If not stated otherwise then the license is GPL. I hope to bring this
>> toolbox into shape until LAC2013 (this toolbox is the successor of a
>> part of a toolbox presented at LAC2012).
>> -- Giso
>> On 01/22/13 00:21, Jeremia Bär wrote:
>>> 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,
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