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I would probably like this app if it worked on any other network other than my home wifi. And especially if it could use a usb connection, as that seems most obvious. But I've gone 3 months without any customer support to get this working and therefor this app is useless to me.
Spent time trying to save money with the free versions but got frustrated and thought that for the price of a beer I should just try this. Delighted, this app works perfectly, the PC editor makes interfaces quick and easy to design and I had it talking to MaxMsp 5 minutes after I downloaded it, best €5 I've ever spent.
Fantastic and really easy to setup with the osc bridge app.. way easier and more reliable than lemur. But the editor on touch osc is a bit basic and undefined (compared to lemur) possibly abandonware as no reply from dev and I can't get accepted to the forum's which require admin approval
works great w/ large feature set. ive read other's reviews on here and I think they are confused. i use it just fine with IPv4 when connected over wifi or ethernet (with ethernet usb dongle). If you understand the basics od OSC you shouldnt have any problems with using this app. I highly recommend it, its been around for a long time, and it has always been stable.
The app only picks up the cellular IPv6 address and not the WiFi IPv4 address so it cannot connect to the computers on the local LAN. You need to fix it so that it uses the LAN address and not the cellular address. (I have IPv6 disabled on the LAN so it should not even be getting that address at all.) If you cannot fix this, it's useless to me and I need a refund.
Perfect! Works very well with Linux Mint 18 and Bitwig 1.3.14 Brief rundown of the steps I use: 1. modprobe snd-aloop to create virtual midi devices 2. touchosc2midi as a bridge 3. QjackCtl to route audio/alsa/midi connections 4. In Jack patchbay, connect Output RtMidiOut Client to Input Virtual Raw Midi 5. Make sure Bitwig is configured for Jack driver and TouchOSC controller is configured for virtual midi
Work perfectly, but the layout editor need some basics feature like - Listing the recent layout edited - When opening or saving a layout I don't want the application to put me in the Doent folder but where all my previous layout were saved. - Opening the layout file from explorer or shortcut in Windows launch only the Editor, but doesn't open the desired layout. - transferring the layout from the editor to the device is way to bersome, need 7 consecutive steps on the device to download, overwrite the new layout and reopen it. A refresh button could be a good idea. All this defaults harm the user experience. Using Windows 10.
I keep finding new uses for this app! My latest setup is to use LiveControl on my tablet and use a custom layout on my phone as a foot switch. I'm also thinking of putting together something like Novation Launchpad. The only thing that doesn't work for me are the names of each page, they won't show on top of the page buttons. If I edit the layout size I can get them to display under the button, but everything else gets scaled as well. It's not a big deal, but it would be nice to see the names of the pages (I usually click a few times before finding the page I want to use). Thanks for saving me hundreds of dollars! I love this app!
Excellent app. I run a reggae preamp software (Ampfreqq) on my Windows machine and use a hardware midi to control it. I was going to add another midi to have greater control over the sirens and effects but this worked a charm. Now for hours of agonising over editing OSC to suit my needs 😎
i bought it based on recommendations and also because it is (was?) a very useful app not only for music but to control anything, including robotics, like DIY Arduino projects and that's the main reason why i wanted it. but after installation... i get a notification that it is not fully compatible with my newer version of Android 9. so, here goes another buyer. refund processing. i hope the developers work on it to keep it fully updated and compatible with the latest Androids.
Bought not realizing midi isnt supported on linux. Tried and failed to get running with (unofficial) velolala's touchosc2midi (github). Their tutorial says "open the 'Midi Bridge' configuration dialog on your TouchOSC device," but I see no such option in the android app. Regular OSC is a no go due to stupidity /shoddy wifi on my end. Too bad, as this is probably the only controller for android with a non butt ugly UI.
I first got this back in 2013 and it's great to see it continuing to be improved as time goes by. Having a commit developer is one of the most important features of a piece of software, if I'm going to adopt it in my workflow -- I can't chance suddenly upgrading and having something not work as it's not maintained.
Much faster and easier to use than Lemur. It's a perfect match for Reaper if you have the time to create your own interface for it. BUGS: Toggle switches don't trigger till you've lifted your finger; Labels on the page selector dont show anymore; Multi-toggles lose their exclusive mode when copy/pasting. FEATURE REQUESTS: The layout transfer from the windows editor needs improved. It takes too many presses. Very tedious; Allow resizing of multiple objects at once; More colours; One dimensional toggle/push rows/columns
Great app, easy to get up and running. I use in combination with software Max/MSP on laptop. Too bad you have to create custom layouts elsewhere (I downloaded free TouchOSC Editor on computer) and import, rather than being able to create custom layouts within app.
No matter what I do, I am unable to get TouchOSC to connect to my network. It is a closed network with static IPs for each device, and I am able to connect between any of my other devices, but TouchOSC just will not send anything to my PC. The IP address shown in the App is a type, while the rest of my devices are 192.168.0.* Any help would be appreciated.
This is the one to get, free templates online and a free editor to make your own if you don't mind a bit of midi mapping and enjoy designing . very usable on lots of DAW's DJ softwares I am using android tablets, phones to control programs on an apple imac no problems