TouchOSC Without Osculator?
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    I'm sorry but I've looked and I can't find any threads on it. is it possible to use it without osculator to control TP on my IPad? I read something about being able to over Wifi, could somebody point me in the right direction?

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    touchosc send midi signals now right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by guiltyblade View Post
    touchosc send midi signals now right?
    it sure does,no more osulator needed

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    If you have a mac its a piece of piss to set up just make an ad-hoc network and you can send midi over wifi.

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    the touch osc sometimes confuses me, my ipad2 sometimes doesnt really respond (randomly) , has anyone tried the midi camera adapter cable? does it make life easier?

    also i dont really like to turn on wifi during gigs so midi over wifi isnt too ideal
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    Traktor Pro 2 / S2 MK2 / X1 MK2 / Audio6 / Pioneer HDJ2000 / Westone UM3X / rMBP 13 inch 2014 (2.8 GHz) / Focal Alpha 50

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    Create an Ad-Hoc network from your laptop, and use the Touch OSC Bridge application they just released to connect to your ipad, no need for osculator anymore

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    Assign midi to the layout with the TouchOSC editor

    I use a camera kit, 2 midi to USB cables and a pair of midi to midi adapters.

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