Can only get 40h emu working, and only via oscream server. However, this is better than many of the other OSC/Monome emulators out there. Using this with a Nexus 7, can't seem to get the arc devices to do anything, IIRC these require serialosc and not the usual monomeserial-esq hacks like the oscream server seems to be? How do I get this going with EDW & other serialosc only apps? I see a lot of potential with this app, as an owner of a b/w 64, 256 and Arc 4 I love the devices & this is way more safe to carry around, you can't backup a 256. Help! And please
Diconnect automatically When trying to connect it moves fast do disconnect position. So in reality nothing works... A promising idea with a twist/glitch? Machine - Tablet Samsung Galaxy Tab
awesome app this app has some work to be done to it to be incredible, but it's close, really, it does indeed work, though i think that a USB connection rather than TCP would yield better results for timing, and the lights on my tablet eventually stop working, seems like a solid developer though, sure it'll all get worked out, regardless this app has filled the spot selling my 40h left me quite nicely.
I don't know how this works I don't know how to configure this app to my router or whatever I got my Ip address but what's a "Port" or the "Prefix" really dumb it down for dumb people like me or have video explaining how to use it so that maybe some people won't uninstall
Completely amazing THE best Android OSC app. ControlOSC and TouchOSC are deeper, but - I've had both installed for, what, a year now? and I haven't touched either, 'cause I don't feel like creating a useful template for either (and I don't feel like hacking into TouchOSC to use it (I know it's possible; just needs doing)). *This* gem had me connected to stretta's edw in 5 minutes. Download/install app, start it, type in host IP and OSC prefix, start Java server - done. It *can* bog down when things get intense. edw in FM edit mode (two sets of lights spinning at different rates in opposite directions around the arcs) - noticeable choppiness. BUT it's still responsive, and seems to at least *send* messages without (much) latency. I did have to dis/connect a couple of times, but this is free, and a real arc4 is in the 3 digit dollar range - you've also got the 40h, monome128, and combined 40h/arc2. One star withheld in hope of better performance :) , and doing something to the look of the 40h - I'd rather see a centered square than the stretched rectangle... Note: If you want a general-purpose OSC app, then you'll likely want ControlOSC. If, like me, you only care about monome, then OSCream is it.
WTF Why even keep this app in market if the OSCream-Server file needed to run it, AS PER THIS APP'S INFO AND YOUR WEBSITE, is no longer available to download ANYWHERE? Free or not, you don't waste people's time like that.