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    The Ardour DAW responds to OSC messages, so I tried to set it up to receive this message from a IanniX trigger :

    osc://127.0.0.1:3819/ardour/add_marker

    The message is sent when the cursor passes the trigger, I checked it in the Monitor, but Ardour isn’t getting it. Do I have the correct message format or have I left out something ? It’s supposed to drop a location marker into Ardour as it plays.

    The Ardour address and message code are correct, AFAICT.

    Suggestions ?

    Best,

    dp

    #2540 Répondre
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    Reply to self: IanniX is now working with Ardour3, thanks to some help from Paul Davis at #ardour on Freenode IRC. The correct message format requires my non-local IP address and the access_action command, like so:

    osc://192.168.1.103:3819/ardour/access_action Transport/Forward

    A Trigger with this message will start playback in Ardour. I’ve just started to experiment with IanniX + Ardour, the combination looks exciting. 🙂

    Best,

    dp

    #2541 Répondre
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    @davephillips wrote:

    … I’ve just started to experiment with IanniX + Ardour, the combination looks exciting.

    Dave, I’m curious if you’d share any of your vision for this pairing of apps. Do you see application for composing in a new way, or in live performance? …some kind of enhancements to mixdown automation? …design a new (maybe virtual) control surface (touchscreen/tablet)? …etc?

    I’ve read you over the years, and I know you must have something cooking.

    Cheers,
    –Bob

    #2542 Répondre
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    @AvantGuy wrote:

    … Do you see application for composing in a new way, or in live performance? …

    Yes and yes. I need to learn more about IanniX first, so at this stage everything I do with it is in the experimental mode. I’m also spending a lot of time with SuperCollider (3.5 from Git), I’ve begun thinking about using IanniX to simultaneously control SC3 and Ardour3. And of course there are wonderful possibilities with video, sensors, MIDI, et cetera.

    Basically I see a possible arrangement of things, then I try it and check out what happens. IanniX lends itself to experimentation, it’s a perfect vehicle for where I’m tending now.

    Btw, I see that you’re into the great athenaCL. Are you also familiar with the GRACE/Common Music system ?

    some kind of enhancements to mixdown automation? …

    Definitely yes. Some early UNIX audio mixing programs included capabilities for scripted and algorithmic mixing, the IanniX GUI presents a new way of doing something similar. According to Paul, everything in Ardour’s menus should be available via OSC messages, and again the wonderful possibilities present themselves.

    design a new (maybe virtual) control surface (touchscreen/tablet)? …

    Not heading that way. I gave up jockeying with hardware after my novice HAM license expired. In 1965. 😉

    I’ve read you over the years, and I know you must have something cooking.

    The kitchen is open here 24/7, 365 days of the year. 🙂

    Best regards,

    dp

    #2543 Répondre
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    Incidentally, Paul suggested that the localhost address wasn’t working and advised using the non-local IP address. He thinks the problem is with liblo. Unfortunately I’ll have to change my scripts if/when that address changes, so I’m interested in figuring out how to enable the localhost address.

    Best,

    dp

    #2544 Répondre
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    @davephillips wrote:

    I’m also spending a lot of time with SuperCollider (3.5 from Git), I’ve begun thinking about using IanniX to simultaneously control SC3 and Ardour3.

    This notion of multiple-downstream processes (and it may not be fair to consider IanniX as only “upstream”, as it too can be algorithmically influenced) opens up exciting possibilities which seem quite cutting edge. With the help of Jack, we can have IanniX controlling generative processes running simultaneously with an IanniX-driven Ardour automated mix. Another user here, Cyrille, has that same notion of driving two downstream processes, in his case it’s Processing and Usine.

    Btw, I see that you’re into the great athenaCL. Are you also familiar with the GRACE/Common Music system ?

    I had been exploring all the known *nix-win-mac based algos, including CM of course, but then the real clincher for me was when Computer Music Journal published Christopher Ariza’s essay on the Xenakis Sieve that pushed me head-over-heels to athenaCL. It’s a great tool. Another author I found eminently readable in this field is Miranda (can’t recall his given name, nor the titles at the moment).

    Yes, Taube’s “Notes from the Metalevel” was one of my first inspirations for trying to work up my algo-comp chops. Your article doesn’t hurt either 😉 . I’ll have to take a look at Grace.

    Cheers,
    –Bob

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