Roxor

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Roxor is a Mac OS X application that listens for data from a Beatseqr hardware controller if one is available, and sends out Open Sound Control (OSC) data out to the network.  Use of a beatseqr is not required. Think of this as an OSC sending app with 8 sliders, 8 stepper controls, 4 patterns, 2 knobs, a toggling start/stop combo, and 128 triggers.

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  1. Comment by Create Digital Music » Beatseqr: 808-Inspired DIY Step Sequencing Controller — May 31, 2010 at 4:10 am  

    […] it’s just a controller, they’ve built Roxor, a Mac software step app that sends OSC, and Steppa, a Max/MSP patch, though other options would be […]

  2. Comment by Beatseqr: 808-Inspired DIY Step Sequencing Controller, and Making Just What You Need | VJ Heaven — June 1, 2010 at 6:11 pm  

    […] it’s just a controller, they’ve built Roxor, a Mac software step app that sends OSC, and Steppa, a Max/MSP patch, though other options would be […]

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