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OSC Support

+40 votes
asked Jun 3, 2018 in Hardware Integration / Remote Control by HammyHavoc (1,170 points)
If OSC support was added then NI would have the ability to offer Advanced Host Integration for Studio One with the Komplete Kontrol MK2 that no longer supports MCU.

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+5 votes
answered Jun 5, 2018 by AlexTinsley (902,800 points)
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+2 votes
answered Nov 11, 2018 by christianmiekus (240 points)
It‘s not only the NI Kontrol S MkII, but also remote control stuff like Lemur, which I use in Reaper to remote control Reaper itself, when not using my good old NI Kontrol S Mk1. Furthermore Lemur has nice templates available to remote control synths, e.g. Reaktor, which is even more important, because it allows control methods with the iPad, that no other controller can deliver.

I was very tempted to replace Reaper with S1 V4, when I saw new features like the chord track, but it seems Reaper is still more powerfull overall, because S1 still misses urgently needed features.
+3 votes
answered Jun 22, 2019 by Dewdman42 (280 points)
with only 30 votes, I guess this won't get anywhere, but OSC support to access every aspects of the program via OSC commands would be supremely useful.  Then we could use Lemur, iPads and many other methods instead of the currently limited macro system, to automate any and all aspects of using the Studio One gui.  Additionally, why not build the same OSC networking into PreSonus hardware?  My X32 mixer has such capability and because of that third party software solutions have been provided that exceed that provided by *********, and many custom solutions can be done with it...using basically OSC networking.