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NAME

       dssi_osc_send - send OSC messages to DSSI applications.

SYNOPSIS

       dssi_osc_send <option> <OSC URL> <values>

DESCRIPTION

       dssi_osc_send  sends  DSSI  OSC  methods to DSSI applications.  dssi_osc_send is typically
       used to control DSSI hosts (possibly  for  scripted  operation),  or  to  test  DSSI  user
       interfaces.

OPTIONS

       -c     Send  a  `control'  message.   Requires  two  values to be supplied in the <values>
              section: control port and value.  For example, to set control port 1 to 0.1:
                dssi_osc_send -c <OSC URL> 1 0.1

       -p     Send a `program' message.  Requires two values  to  be  supplied  in  the  <values>
              section: bank and program number.  For example, to select bank 0 program number 7:
                dssi_osc_send -p <OSC URL> 0 7

       -m     Send `midi' message.  Requires four numbers to be supplied in the <values> section.
              For example, to  send a note on, middle C, velocity 64:
                dssi_osc_send -m <OSC URL> 0 144 60 64

       -C     Send a `configure' message. The <values> are the key and value pair.  For  example,
              to send key `load' and value `/tmp/patches.pat':
                dssi_osc_send -C <OSC URL> load /tmp/patches.pat

       -s     Send a `show' message.
                dssi_osc_send -s <OSC URL>

       -h     Send a `hide' message.
                dssi_osc_send -h <OSC URL>

       -q     Send a `quit' message.
                dssi_osc_send -q <OSC URL>

       -e     Send a `exiting' message.
                dssi_osc_send -e <OSC URL>

       <OSC URL>
              The URL to connect to.  For example:
                osc.udp://localhost:19383/dssi/test.1
                osc.udp://my.host.org:10886/dssi/xsynth-dssi/Xsynth/chan00

SEE ALSO

       dssi_osc_update(1).

AUTHOR

       This  manual  page  was  originally  created  by  Mark  Hymers  from  the help text of the
       application, for the Debian project (but may be freely used by others).

                                        January 5th, 2009                        dssi_osc_send(1)