[Pdmtl] Open sound control in windows

Michal Seta mis at artengine.ca
Mar 21 Déc 02:36:35 EST 2010

Well, in that case, in order to solve the classroom issue, I would run
one mac with OSCulator, connect as many wiimotes as you need and send
the OSC messages to different addresses of the different people who
will catch the respective signals with Pd.  I don't know if OSCulator
can broadcast on the subnet (I don't see why not) but
[mrpeach/udpsend] can, so alternatively you could gather all wiimotes'
OSC in one local Pd patch and broadcast all your wiimotes, and the
class selectively catches the wiimotes with [routeOSC].  Of course
every computer will have to be on the same network and they all have
to listen on the same port.


On Mon, Dec 20, 2010 at 10:27 PM, Eldad Tsabary <tazberry_docs at yahoo.ca> wrote:
> Thank all
> I am looking at using a Wii mote at first in a classroom situation, in which
> some have windows, some mac os (and maybe some a Linux distribution) and
> trying to avoid having two very different approach of making it work
> E
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> From: "Michal Seta" <mis at artengine.ca>
> Sent: Monday, December 20, 2010 9:06 PM
> To: "Alexandre Quessy" <alexandre at quessy.net>
> Cc: "Eldad Tsabary" <tazberry_docs at yahoo.ca>; <pd-list at iem.at>;
> <pdmtl at lists.artengine.ca>
> Subject: Re: [Pdmtl] Open sound control in windows
>> On Mon, Dec 20, 2010 at 4:42 PM, Alexandre Quessy <alexandre at quessy.net>
>> wrote:
>>> Well, you could write a Python script that uses python-pypm (portmidi
>>> bindings) and python-txosc. (OSC for Twisted)
>> And if you want to avoid the Twisted dependency (and additional
>> cruft?) you can go for pyOSC which is, AFAIK, a fairly thorought OSC
>> implementation
>> https://trac.v2.nl/wiki/pyOSC
>> ./MiS
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