Silent Way Adds OSC Support

Use An iPhone To Control Your Computerized Monster Synth      30/07/09

Expert Sleepers has announced an update to its Silent Way modular synth control plugin that adds OSC support.

You know what that means - you can now add your iPhone as a controller to your computerized monster modular synthesizer.

The video, above, demos setting up an iPhone to act as a controller for an Analogue Systems modular + computer system.

Other updates include:

  • The Voice Controller AU now has an effect variant so it will work in Digital Performer.
  • Added new OSC commands (registerOSCPathForParameter() and registerOSCPathForParameterNormalized()) added, primarily for compatibility with TouchOSC.
  • Output conï¬�guration changed from a set of drop-down menus to a full matrix of knobs.
  • Envelope scale parameters removed, since the same functionality is now offered by the output matrix.
  • Added new 'velocity' output.
  • Added velocity-based scaling of envelopes.
  • Added Hz/V calibration mode.
  • Areas of the full MIDI note range note covered during calibration are now ï¬�lled with ‘wrapped around’ values from octaves that are covered.
  • Added note priority modes (last/low/high) and retrigger modes (on/off).
  • Added ‘panic’ button.
  • Fixed some incorrect envelope triggering behaviours.
  • The ‘trigger’ output is now slightly longer than before (it was previously a single audio sample).

Details are available at the Expert Sleepers site.

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James Lewin
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