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December 01, 2008

Controlling Max/MSP with an iPod Touch



The other night at the Earpoke concert, Christian Haines got me onto a recent application for the iPhone/iPod Touch. TouchOSC is a touch interface that transmits data over a WIFI network (such as numerical values.) The application features dials, sliders, toggles and matrixes for controlling such values. After gettin hold of it last night, I decided I would spend my day off grappling with its exciting potential and my limited skills with Max/MSP. After some assistance from Christian and the OSC website, within a couple of hours I was controlling a simple oscillator patch with the lappy in the backroom and myself (with Touch) on the front porch.

Excitement he quoth!

The OSC Route MSP object can be downloaded at: http://cnmat.berkeley.edu/downloads



Now my attention's turning to the potential for existing patches of mine such as the Sumi_matic (loop module) and the Arouser. I'm also very excited about the possibilty of using this interface to test installations and site specific projects remotely.

Expect videos soon.

1 comment:

hc said...

There is also the opensource project mrmr, also using osc, with flexibible interface solutions, also allowing for multiuser environments:
http://poly.share.dj/projects/#mrmr

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