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OSC stands for Open Sound Control and here is the [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open_Sound_Control Link] to Wikipedia.
 
OSC stands for Open Sound Control and here is the [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open_Sound_Control Link] to Wikipedia.
  
Essentially it is a protocol for network communication used between digital music software, controllers or instruments, to send commands and values
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Essentially it is a protocol for network communication used between digital music software, controllers or instruments, to send commands and values.
  
  
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This device gets the message by listening through its port.
 
This device gets the message by listening through its port.
 
In most cases, it will use the UDP Protocol as a base layer to do this.
 
In most cases, it will use the UDP Protocol as a base layer to do this.
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== Why do we use it in theatre? ==
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It is made for controlling shows so the protocol has a long history in theatre and a lot of soft and hardware made for theatre uses it.

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OSC stands for Open Sound Control and here is the Link to Wikipedia.

Essentially it is a protocol for network communication used between digital music software, controllers or instruments, to send commands and values.


What do you need?

  • a local network
  • the Ip address and port of all your devices that want to talk to each other


How does it work?

You define a port(should be over 1000) where you start to send a message to another device identified by its IP-Addresses. This device gets the message by listening through its port. In most cases, it will use the UDP Protocol as a base layer to do this.

Why do we use it in theatre?

It is made for controlling shows so the protocol has a long history in theatre and a lot of soft and hardware made for theatre uses it.