If stories didn’t regularly belong on both Create Digital Music and Create Digital Motion, I’d know I wasn’t doing my job – and that the mission of this site was a failure. So, while this story is up on Music today, the latest news on controller apps should be relevant to anyone who owns an iOS device for visuals – or who is thinking about how to design touch control. (Android, and, um, someday presumably Linux, looking at you.)

Expanding Touch and MIDI, Mobile iOS Control Gets More Mature in New and Updated Apps; Round-Up [Create Digital Music]

And that brings us to a question:

TouchOSC I know is a favorite for live visuals, but are there other OSC apps you use?

What about Control, for instance, which makes great use of Web rendering for its UI?

Let us know in comments.

  • http://matiaswilkman.blogspot.com/ Matias Wilkman

    For Android, there's FingerplayMIDI: http://code.google.com/p/fingerplaymidi/ (despite the name, it's MIDI/OSC)

  • http://naufolio.augmentedrealityag.com naus3a

    I normally use Control to remote control my installations. thanks god for OSC.

  • http://www.blairneal.com Blair Neal

    MSA remote is a pretty quality one just because it does well with multi touch and gives you the option of tuio or osc for multitouch…would be nice if it didnt destroy the battery of my ipod though