This is a carry over from this post: Giving myself a pat on the back
I am in the process of working out TouchOSC and how it links to a MOD Dwarf.
For those who don’t know, TouchOSC is an app that allows MIDI/OSC commands to be sent from a Windows/Apple/Android/Linux device with a screen to control other devices. I’ve used it to control a few pedalboards on a Dwarf.
If anyone is interested I have put a video on the basics of linking the two here MOD Dwarf TouchOSC - YouTube
I have set up a Google Drive for sharing TouchOSC control screens here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1olLhA6zmccqRfQAv3HV67AbI_uPvZd4a?usp=sharing
I have so far shared two pedalboards and two linked TouchOSC control surfaces, the first is the one that is seen in the demo video, so you can download it and play with it to your hearts content OSC Demo - Shaggy - MOD Devices
The second is a more complex board that has 4 SooperLoopers that are in parallel. Explaining the basics of the board, the play and record functions of each looper is controlled by a CV box which is linked to the pedals on the first page of the Dwarf - this means that with one click all four are set to play or record. The input to each looper in controlled by a 4 way switch, which means that only the channel that is live will record a signal. This means that all 4 loops are the same length, even before they have a signal on them. Each channel can be recorded, and the undo/redo button on each channel will go back to an empty channel if needed! There is a 4 way mixer on the output. The only annoyance is that each channel needs to be reset individually, as it is not possible to link the reset command on the sooperlooper to either CV or MIDI - so when you want to start a new piece you need to press 4 resets on pages 2 and 3 of the Dwarf. Please note that if you press reset on any channel on it’s own it will no longer be synchronised with the other 3! That pedalboard is here: OSC 4 way looper - Shaggy - MOD Devices
If anyone has any ideas, or wants to share their TouchOSC creations you should be able to copy TOSC files into the Google Drive yourselves.