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Re: [pygame] simple OSC


i have uploaded the file again just in case. And yes osc is just a protocol doesnt know anything about sound or music really, just a system to send messages.

About Bob´s feedback. The credit should be actually for Daniel Holtz who is the one that developed the OSC.py, we just created a simple layer over it to make it easier to use for ourselves. Also when we do workshops we teach OSC and it is always easier to demonstrate and convince people if it is pretty straight forward to use. If they have to start opening sockets and stuff like that it is very likely that many of them wont like it :) so this way we hope to convince them that OSC is actually a very nice way to communicate between computers or programms.

thanks for the feedback

Bob Ippolito wrote:
OSC is a *network protocol* not an interface for devices. I highly doubt this code does anything of the sort.

I had no such problems downloading.. but I tried earlier today.


On Jan 27, 2005, at 6:13 PM, webbge@xxxxxxxxxx wrote:

I'm having a problem with downloading the zip file.
The file seems to only be 13.6kb large w/ a zip crc error.

Also, does your OSC code support microphones?

Sounds like a great tool.  Looking forward to using it.


Quoting altern <enrike@xxxxxxxxxx>:

hi all

Maybe this intererests some of you. We have been developing a set of
modules to make OSC.py (Open Sound Control) by Daniel Holtz easier to
use. It is called SimpleOSC and it can be downloaded from

We developed it for our own use and to help teaching how to use OSC in
python during workshops we give at universities and institutions.

It is not rocket science but we are sure it will help some people
getting into OSC in python, this is why we thought about releasing it.

I use it to comunicate from a Python based graphical interface to and
PureData sound engine, but it can be send to other software such as SC,
MAX/MSP, Reaktor, Flash, Director, OSW ...
it can also be used as any network protocol.

we hope it will be helpful for some people


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