There are already some options out there for this like TouchOSC and Hog4Remote, and those are great options, but there is one feature that they are both lacking. That feature is being able to select fixtures from a group and put them in a palette. This was the whole point of making the app because it is something that I felt would be really useful.
You can add your own lists, groups, scenes, and palettes. You can edit the name, the number that they need to trigger, and the color of the object.
Also, when configuring OSC, you don’t need to change any ports around. It’s clearly labeled that you can enter the console’s input port and the console’s output port to start OSC communication.
It’s a one time purchase of $1.99. There are in-app purchases to help future development. There is no pressure to do this, it is 100% optional and does not impact the apps features.
It is available to download on the App Store!
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Website: This is a website that holds the release notes and support information
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