On Mar 29, 2005, at 3:29 PM, Georg Holzmann wrote:
Also, if you are using Max and Pd, and not using any of the time
tagging of OSC, then why not just use Max/Pd semi-color terminated
messages? SuperCollider can easily interpret them and its built-in to
Max and Pd.
Thanks for your suggestion, but it should also be possible to e.g.
normal audio editors or other programs which support OSC.
And this becomes then a little bit tricky I think ?
Indeed, that's where OSC is definitely handy, a widely adopted
standard, I was just going on the list you gave before (Pd,
I see many people struggling with OSC to get things like Java, PHP,
etc. talking to Pd when really you can just open a network socket to a
[netreceive] and send semi-colon separated plain text messages.