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== Mark's Final Project: iPhone => ChucK ==
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== iPhone => ChucK ==
A project to natively read in data sent over OSC from the iPhone app, OSCemote, in ChucK.
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A project to natively read in data sent over OSC from the iPhone app OSCemote in ChucK.
  
=== This is a subsection ===
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=== Introduction ===
 
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This project was conceived when I realized there was a bunch of iPhone/iPod touch apps in the App Store that could send Open Sound Control (OSC) messages to a computer. Many of these apps had patches/programs that connected to music-producing software like Max/MSP, PureData, and Ableton, but nothing for ChucK, so I set out to make one of the many iPhone-OSC apps talk to ChucK natively. I ended up going with OSCemote ($4.99): http://lux.vu/blog/oscemote/
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Revision as of 11:47, 10 May 2009

iPhone => ChucK

A project to natively read in data sent over OSC from the iPhone app OSCemote in ChucK.

Introduction

This project was conceived when I realized there was a bunch of iPhone/iPod touch apps in the App Store that could send Open Sound Control (OSC) messages to a computer. Many of these apps had patches/programs that connected to music-producing software like Max/MSP, PureData, and Ableton, but nothing for ChucK, so I set out to make one of the many iPhone-OSC apps talk to ChucK natively. I ended up going with OSCemote ($4.99): http://lux.vu/blog/oscemote/

This is another subsection

with a link off the wiki

and a link on the wiki

What to include on your project page

  • A description of your project
  • Your code
    • If it's short, you can make a new page for it like this one
    • Or, if there's a lot of it, put it in a .zip file so that people can upload it.
  • Instructions on how to run your code
  • A sound or video recording of your piece. Going lo-fi and using built-in webcam from another laptop (e.g. PLOrk machine in studio B) is fine. But for audio, if you're using chuck, best to use rec.ck for writing chuck's output directly to a file.
    • See directions above on putting it on your network drive and linking to it