I’ve tried to set up TouchOSC on my iPhone to send data to Pd on the Pisound with no success.
I read all the posts related to this topic before posting, and my hope is to compile my findings in a step-by-step guide for new Pisound users.
So I checked the following:
touchousc2midi --versionprovides me with the version number 0.0.10 (so I assume it’s installed)
- opening the aconnectgui shows the TouchOSC Bridge entry connected to pisound-ctl (so I assume it’s working)
- the hotspot “Patchbox” is running
- the IP of the hotspot is 172.24.1.1
- I’ve connected my iPhone to to “Patchbox”
- I’m running TouchOSC on the iPhone
- Inside the TouchOSC settings menu there are three entries related to connections: “MIDI”, “OSC” and “Bridge”
- according to the information on hexler.net I need to select the “OSC” option
- this provides three entries, “UDP”, “TCP Client”, and “TCP Server”. Browsing the UDP and TCP Client doesn’t find anything on the network
- Entering 172.24.1.1 in the “Host” field and “12101” in the “Send Port” field and picking a preset such as “Touch Keys” doesn’t generate any Midi data within Pd on the Pisound, both using the “midiin” object and the “Test Audio and Midi” option
Am I overlooking anything in the above? Your help is much appreciated!