touchOsc


    Sep 14 2008 | 7:15 pm
    I've been looking into this touchOSC app for the iphone. It looks interesting, but I can't seem to open the patches included on the web site. I'm assuming they are in window binary format.
    I was wondering if someone has had success opening the file. If so, would it be possible to post a text version of the patch here?
    Also, I did try e-mailing the author of the web site but so far I haven't received a reply.
    Thanks!

    • Sep 14 2008 | 7:40 pm
      Here's the basic.max patch - I had to remove the "." so OSX would understand what it was. It is very basic.
      Here's a patch I started for the Mix 2 layout, just pages 2 and 3 so far and only sending data to Max. Be sure to update to TouchOSC 1.0.1.
      Cheers
      Brad
      On 14-Sep-08, at 1:15 PM, Nick Inhofe wrote:
      > > I've been looking into this touchOSC app for the iphone. It looks > interesting, but I can't seem to open the patches included on the > web site. I'm assuming they are in window binary format. > > http://hexler.net/touchosc > > I was wondering if someone has had success opening the file. If so, > would it be possible to post a text version of the patch here? > > Also, I did try e-mailing the author of the web site but so far I > haven't received a reply. > > Thanks! > >
    • Sep 14 2008 | 8:25 pm
      wow. they are not kidding about basic.
      I think this app is one of the most interesting ones I've come across for the iphone. It will surely get better once they make it more customizable.
    • Sep 14 2008 | 8:46 pm
      i love it too, but I have found that this is really super:
      OSCemote
      it depends of course, on what one has to do
      On 14 Sep 2008, at 21:25, Nick Inhofe wrote:
      > > wow. they are not kidding about basic. > > I think this app is one of the most interesting ones I've come > across for the iphone. It will surely get better once they make it > more customizable. > >
    • Sep 15 2008 | 4:58 am
      I have OSCemote and TouchOSC, like OSCemote a lot better. The Accelerometer works great and is a great tweaking tool ( though i cant figure out how to use the Z axis ). Also, the multiball page is great and takes up the entire touch screen. TouchOSC is nice if you make a sequencer or something that mimics the interface.
    • Sep 15 2008 | 5:14 am
      OK, Heres an explanation of the X Y and Z values for the accelerometer...