iphone APPS


    Nov 12 2008 | 7:58 pm
    Hey
    i saw a cool iphone app that uses OSC to control MAX/MSP/JITTER and i assume pd/SC3 Anyone here using it yet [or author of it for that matter] i want to use it in theatre performance and wanted review and caveats
    pp
    Patrick Pagano,M.F.A Sound and Light Technologist Nadine McGuire Theatre & Dance Pavilion GAINESVILLE FL US 32611-5900 University Of Florida (352) 273-1483

    • Nov 12 2008 | 8:06 pm
      all three (oscemote, touchosc and mrmr) are good. they all have their own strengths and weaknesses. mrmr is probably the best for the DIY set. oscemote has a compliant TUIO implementation for multitouch. touchosc is pretty.
      On Nov 12, 2008, at 2:58 PM, shreeswifty wrote:
      > > > Hey > > i saw a cool iphone app that uses OSC to control MAX/MSP/JITTER and > i assume pd/SC3 > Anyone here using it yet [or author of it for that matter] > i want to use it in theatre performance and wanted review and caveats > > pp > > Patrick Pagano,M.F.A > Sound and Light Technologist > Nadine McGuire Theatre & Dance Pavilion > GAINESVILLE FL US 32611-5900 > University Of Florida > (352) 273-1483 >
    • Nov 12 2008 | 8:25 pm
      I use it it's fantastic for writing music
      haven't use it live, but it's pretty reliable. I am talking of OSCemote
      On 12 Nov 2008, at 19:58, shreeswifty wrote:
      > > > Hey > > i saw a cool iphone app that uses OSC to control MAX/MSP/JITTER and > i assume pd/SC3 > Anyone here using it yet [or author of it for that matter] > i want to use it in theatre performance and wanted review and caveats > > pp > > Patrick Pagano,M.F.A > Sound and Light Technologist > Nadine McGuire Theatre & Dance Pavilion > GAINESVILLE FL US 32611-5900 > University Of Florida > (352) 273-1483 >
    • Nov 12 2008 | 8:54 pm
      I tried TouchOSC, and it's cool... But mrmr is awesome!
      -nesa
    • Nov 12 2008 | 10:05 pm
      mrmr rocks, totally customizable interface.
    • Nov 13 2008 | 9:08 am
      >Hey > >i saw a cool iphone app that uses OSC to control MAX/MSP/JITTER and >i assume pd/SC3 >Anyone here using it yet [or author of it for that matter] >i want to use it in theatre performance and wanted review and caveats >
      I am using Touch OSC which is really great - did not found (yet??) a way to use oscemote
      and
      many of you talked about mrmr - but where can you find it (it's not on the apple store, i think) and is it woring with the new generation of ipod touch? (I kind of remember itwas only working on the older generation)
      best
      kasper
    • Nov 13 2008 | 1:32 pm
      On 13 nov. 08, at 10:08, Kasper T Toeplitz wrote:
      >> I am using Touch OSC which is really great - did not found (yet??) >> a way to use oscemote > > and > > many of you talked about mrmr - but where can you find it (it's not > on the apple store, i think) and is it woring with the new > generation of ipod touch? (I kind of remember itwas only working on > the older generation)
      mrmr is on the US App store for sure.
      ej
    • Nov 13 2008 | 2:03 pm
      >On 13 nov. 08, at 10:08, Kasper T Toeplitz wrote: > >>>I am using Touch OSC which is really great - did not found (yet??) >>>a way to use oscemote >> >>and >> >>many of you talked about mrmr - but where can you find it (it's not >>on the apple store, i think) and is it woring with the new >>generation of ipod touch? (I kind of remember itwas only working on >>the older generation) > >mrmr is on the US App store for sure.
      how can you go to the US app store from a mac using the FR system???
      thanks
      kasper
    • Nov 13 2008 | 2:06 pm
      On 13 nov. 08, at 14:32, Emmanuel Jourdan wrote:
      >> many of you talked about mrmr - but where can you find it (it's not >> on the apple store, i think) and is it woring with the new >> generation of ipod touch? (I kind of remember itwas only working on >> the older generation) > > mrmr is on the US App store for sure.
      I guess you need a US bank account number.
      ej