TouchOSC

Discussion in 'Mobile' started by michaelbrac, Jul 10, 2016.

  1. michaelbrac

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    i tried to with android and nothing .
    i can't see my android at the computer , windows/osx to connect it.
    i put my wifi ip adress at my android , install the bridge. at the rtpmidi , nothing.
     
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  3. Pinkman

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    There are three separate ways to connect TouchOSC. It's dedicated MIDI bridge, CoreMIDI (rtpMIDI on Windows) or OSC.
    You only use one.
    The TouchOSC bridge creates the virtual MIDI ports for you to use.
    If you use rtpMIDI then CoreMIDI needs to be enabled and you don't use the bridge.
    OSC is my preferred method and requires the IP and incoming/outgoing ports to be entered.

    Which one are you using? Or did you mean that you tried all the methods?

    If you are doing this wirelessly I suggest creating a local ad-hoc connection because sharing bandwidth with an existing wireless net connection will result in dropped packets.
     
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    The bridge is the least complicated to setup. Turn off OSC and CoreMIDI on the tablet. Make sure your firewall isn't blocking the connection.
    Launch TouchOSC bridge.
    Launch TouchOSC editor.
    Open a layout.
    On your device go to the menu: small black box with a grey circle in the top right corner.
    Tap on MIDI Bridge: Disabled and enable it
    or if it's already on
    Tap on MIDI Bridge: Not configured
    You should see your computer name under FOUND HOSTS
    MIDI Bridge: will show your host IP.
    Hit SYNC in the editor to upload the layout to your device.

    rtpMIDI setup
    enable CoreMIDI on device
    ipconfig in command prompt to manually configure your host IP
    you can find your device's IP in settings of the device
    If the device is on the same network it should show under Directory as soon as you launch TouchOSC
    upload_2016-7-10_3-54-33.png
    My iPad and my HTC M8 waiting to be connected
    If they don't show click the plus and add the IP you got from your device with the port number after a colon
    upload_2016-7-10_3-59-41.png
    In my case the port was 5004.
    upload_2016-7-10_4-11-6.png
    On your device you should see your network session name under Inputs and Outputs

    In the TouchOSC editor you have to enable MIDI and configure Type, Channel, Number and Range for each parameter control you add to the tablet layout.

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    Save and sync.

    let me know how this works or if you want to go the OSC route.
     
  5. michaelbrac

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    hello
    thx foryou answaers . bur i am using lg 3 and asus fonepad 7 tablet.
    so i dont have the option to enable or disable on touchosc app.
     
  6. michaelbrac

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    it is android
     
  7. michaelbrac

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    i wish i will make it work
     
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  9. michaelbrac

    michaelbrac Guest

    anyone??????
    come on
     
  10. Pinkman

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    Open a command prompt and type ipconfig
    Get your wireless LAN IP address
    On your tablet go to MIDI bridge and if there is no HOST enter the IP you got from your computer

    This works better if you set up an ad-hoc network.
    Type into a cmd prompt:

    netsh wlan set hostednetwork mode=allow ssid=nameofnetwork key=password keyUsage=persistent

    Press enter

    netsh wlan start hostednetwork

    Press enter
     
    Last edited: Jul 10, 2016
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