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Has anyone got a TouchOSC script that they have successfully tested with Unify's OSC

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(@hydrazoan)
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Hi all

I'm still struggling trying to get TouchOSC to talk in UDP mode with Unify - so my question is this:

Has anyone got a TouchOSC script that they have successfully tested with Unify's OSC? And if so, please would you post the script? It would rule out one cause of my woes. Thanks

Kindest regards

Alex

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(@thsve)
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@Hydrazoan
There are several threads about TouchOsc, search the forum with TouchOSC and/or UDP.

Here is one thread with some examples using UDP, https://forums.pluginguru.com/welcome/unify-patch-loader/#post-12809.

I have some more advanced examples utilizing both midi and UDP. Let me know if you need more help. 

/Thomas

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(@hydrazoan)
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@thsve Hi Thomas, thanks for the response, but I'm not looking to reinvent the wheel, or to write any code myself at this stage; rather, my thinking is that if I can find a script that I could load up into TouchOSC on my iPhone, a script that is known to work using UDP to communicate with Unify, then I could presumably rule out the possibility that it might just be the scripts that I've been trying to use that are causing the problem. For example, I've tried using the "Simple Mk2" script that comes with the TouchOSC app, and Unify isn't responding, but I really have no idea whether Simple Mk2 is compatible with Unify or not. Protokol on my Mac communicates with TouchOSC using UDP, but if it's the choice of script that's the problem, then I could be trying it till I'm old and grey (or older and greyer, at least).

 

Update: Although I was a bit baffled by the part of the manual about OSC messages, and was unable to get the embedded unity command to work... by tweaking the Address for Fader 1 of Simple Mk2 to use the command /inst/parent.name/mixLevel, I have been able to get Unify to respond. Howzat! At this point, I shall declare for the day... bad light stopped play, one might say... anyway, victory is in sight. 

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(@getdunne)
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@hydrazoan

Make sure the OSC "enable" box is checked in Settings.

Note OSC only works with the stand-alone version of Unify; it does not work with the plug-ins at this time.

If you are running Unify on Windows, you will probably need to open port 9001 (or whichever port you have chosen for OSC) in the Windows Firewall. Otherwise, OSC packets from your iPhone will simply get blocked before they get to Unify.

 


   
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