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Re: Worth getting iPod touch for Live Looping only?

Well, I'm not up on all the guts you guys are talking about, but after being at namm and seeing so, so many ipads being used for oh so many things, I am sure, as someone just said, that an ipad ir two and a powerful computer actually doing the work is going to be a very, very possible, probable platform that is even now spawning a plethora of possibilities. 

I went to LA a diehard hardware and but am now more than a bit confused!!!

Andy Owens
Sent from my iPhone
So the typing might not be my best!

On Jan 17, 2011, at 5:25 PM, "Jeff Larson" <jeff.larson@sailpoint.com> wrote:

What I can't figure out from the material available on the Intertubes is exactly what "receives OSC" means.
Since there are effectively no standards for what OSC messages look like, one of the challenges in
doing anything with OSC is translating the messages that one device sends into the messages
another device recognizes.   Can you use this with both TouchOSC and the monome for example
which have different OSC "vocabularies"?


On Mon, Jan 17, 2011 at 3:25 PM, Sean Echevarria <fuckthespam@creepingfog.com> wrote:
Missing Link got a bit of a write up:

At 2011.01.17 01:20 PM, Rick Walker wrote:
I'm beta testing looper Hans Lindauer's invention,  'the Missing Link'
which is a wireless OSC to Midi converter designed, specifically
to allow an iTouch/Phone/Pad to control any midi instrument,
remotely and will solve, in one fell swoop, the problem Per mentions about support in
looping software (or hardware)