[chuck-users] ChuK control via OSC
gelfmuse at gmail.com
Mon Jan 15 19:56:01 EST 2007
When you do get it all working, I'd love for you to post your solution
to the list. Your setup sounds very similar to the one I'm planning
for my application (Chuck, JavaOSC, etc).
There is a mode in Processing in which you can use pure-Java. In that
mode I don't see why you can't use the JavaOSC classes. Let us know
how you fair.
On 1/15/07, karl petermichl <audioworld at gmail.com> wrote:
> Sorry to flood the list with so many questions,
> but I have to get ChuK and myself ready for the first date in public
> together (read: live gig) quite soon. The only funcionality which I am
> lacking for this first gig is some kind of graphic fader for adjusting
> variables on the fly. I know it is all about live coding, but I really would
> like to feed my sound generators with some "fluid floats" (or ints). I got
> into OSC, and I do understand the sending and receiving OSC examples.
> I also found the OSC commands within JAVA, and a nice little application
> called JAVAOSC. Those four faders would be all that I need, I just cannot
> figure out which OSC codesc JAVAOSC is transmitting to the localhost. I
> searched for an OSC-Analyser, but the only one I could find exists for MAC
> and LINUX exclusively, and I am running XP (ok, sorry, way uncool, I know,
> but I really needed the harddisc space for audio samples, so I had to erase
> my ReiserFS partition...).
> So does anyone of you know which codes JAVAOSC is transmitting by default?
> Are there other simple ways of transmitting OSC commands to ChuK? I tried
> the software PROCESSING and TAPSTREAM, but in both cases it was obvious to
> me how to assign OSC commands to faders.
> Thank you again for your advice,
> No virus found in this outgoing message.
> Checked by AVG Free Edition.
> Version: 7.5.432 / Virus Database: 268.16.10/626 - Release Date: 14.01.2007
> chuck-users mailing list
> chuck-users at lists.cs.princeton.edu
More information about the chuck-users