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Two-way communication between Kyma and OSC sources

When a widget changes in the Kyma VCS, the Paca(rana) sends its updated value to the destination port associated with the source port of the last OSC message sent to that widget.

This happens automically on devices and applications that support Bonjour (zeroconf), for example, OSCulator, TouchOSC, Andy Capon's OSCKymaMIDI, Delora's PacaMidi, etc.

For applications and devices that do not support Bonjour (for example, the Lemur), send a message from the device to Kyma in the form: /osc/respond_to,i destPortNbr, where /osc/respond_to is the address, ,i is the argument-type list (in this case, it is a single integer), and destPortNbr will be an integer port number.

The Paca(rana) responds with: /osc/response_from,i srcPortNbr

For example, you could send the following message once: /osc/respond_to 8000 to let Kyma know to send OSC responses and update messages to port 8000.

If your device will be sending OSC messages from many different source ports, send a message from the device to the Paca(rana) in the form: /osc/respond_to_default,i destPortNbr, where /osc/respond_to_default is the address, ,i is the argument-type list (in this case, it is a single integer), and destPortNbr will be an integer port number.

For more information on specific devices, see the page discussing how to make connections with that device.

 
 
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