Now available as a free download, the latest CueMix FX software includes TouchOSC templates for Apple’s iPad that give users complete control over the CueMix mixing and effects processing in their MOTU audio interface from anywhere in their home or studio Wi-Fi network.
All CueMix-equipped MOTU interfaces are supported, including current and legacy models.
The CueMix mixer in MOTU audio interfaces can be controlled from an iPad using an app called TouchOSC. Users can perform all CueMix mixing functions using on-screen faders, knobs, and buttons in TouchOSC. Communication is bi-directional, so any changes made on the computer screen will also be reflected on the iPad.
iPad control of CueMix FX is supported on both Mac OS X and Windows 7/Vista.
The TouchOSC layouts, along with a required CueMix FX software update, are included in a new MOTU universal audio installer now available to all MOTU audio interface users as a free download.
Hexler has released version 1.6.3 of TouchOSC, an iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad application that lets you send and receive Open Sound Control messages over a Wi-Fi network using the UDP protocol.
You can now use the USB cable and iTunes File Sharing to transfer layouts from/to the device.
In iTunes select your device in the column to the left, switch to the tab labeled “Apps” and below the App management screen you’ll find the File Sharing section with a list of apps that support it, which now also includes TouchOSC.
Changes in TouchOSC v1.6.3
Support for iTunes File Sharing: Layouts can now be managed via the USB-cable connection using iTunes.
Basic multi-tasking support.
Multiple controls with the same custom OSC address now receive the same message.
ControlPush and ControlToggle now turn on for any received value greater than zero.
Added z message sending to all controls.
Fixed a bug where it wasn’t possible to enter a custom editor host address.
Various minor bug fixes.
TouchOSC for iOS 3.1.3 or later is available to purchase for $4.99 USD.