OSC commands.

Discussion in 'PangoScript, Universe and Midi Templates' started by themonkeybars, Dec 16, 2016.

  1. themonkeybars

    themonkeybars Beta Tester

    I am working on a OSC control surface for Beyond.

    Reading the documentation in the help file, as well as a document embedded in the OSC setup. I have been able to get Beyond to receive and send OSC commands.

    I use the /b/ string to activate feedback on certain parameters.

    An example that works is: /b/master/brightness This controls the brightness slider in the live control tab. the info is bidirectional so my OSC slider moves in relation to the Beyond Slider and vise versa.

    PROBLEM: I am trying to achieve the same results with MasterPause but I have had no luck.


    None of these work. is there more complete documentation on the existing beyond OSC commands or does any one have any insight in to how to get the Pause to work with OSC feedback.
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  2. Soulstorm Lasers

    Soulstorm Lasers New Member


    I am having a very similar problem - I'd like to select and play a cue.

    I suspect the problem is to do with Beyond expecting a string but my interface (Lemur) is only able to send an int or float type. I'm planning to build a work around using PureData but it's a bit of a hassle and would be great if the interface could just go straight to Beyond and not through an intermediate step.

    Thanks in advance for any help!
  3. Soulstorm Lasers

    Soulstorm Lasers New Member

    Hi there themonkeybars

    I figured out a work around. If you can get your interface to send MIDI over wireless (as Lemur can), and use a virtual MIDI device such as loopMIDI, you can access those commands using MIDI instead of OSC.

    Send me a private message if you need more info :)

  4. nor

    nor Active Member

    Hi Ben!
    Did you ever go further on this? Got Lemur today, to start chasing OSC control. I see people create scripts that send integers (for Cue triggering), inside Lemur.
    Have you created an interface with Lemur already?
  5. Igor Strakhov

    Igor Strakhov Staff Member

    Previous post was a long time ago. You can ask me what's bothering you...
  6. Bob@Pangolin

    Bob@Pangolin Staff Member

    Lemur is indeed the right way to go and is able to execute cues.