2012/2/6 Harry van Haaren :
Unfortunately, I haven't yet managed to write a harmonySEQ manual,
which would explain all these things in detail (but I hope to do so
one day, and am looking for anyone interested in helping).
The OSC messages used by harmonySEQ have their explanation in the OSC
settings tab in the preferences window (not a reasonable place, but
had no better idea as there is no manual at the moment).
Note that harmonySEQ uses OSC only for input - so you can steer it
with OSC messages, but will not output any OSC messages - so it cannot
work as an OSC sequencer.
The supported messages include:
/harmonyseq/pause - which pauses harmonySEQ
/harmonyseq/play - just the opposite
/harmonyseq/tempo X - sets the global tempo to X (a float value)
/harmonyseq/sync - forces harmonySEQ to stop playing the current bar
and immediately skip to the next one - useful for synchronization
/karmonyseq/kill - forces harmonySEQ to quit immediately (I have not
found yet why it may be useful, but someone e-mailed me requesting
And, probably the most important one:
/harmonyseq/event T - triggers OSC event with tag T (integer), and
executes actions bound to it.
The only repository I have is an Ubuntu PPA:
I wish you the best experience with harmonySEQ and Luppp!
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