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  • ossia score in the Phonemacore project

    News • Jun 15, 2019 • Jean-Michaël

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    • Jun 30, 2018 •

  • Control DMX lighting devices with i-score

    To check • Mar 12, 2015 • Renaud

    For now, i-score can send and receive only OSC or MIDI messages. But if you would like to use i-score to control lighting devices, there is a nice framework that can be used to translate OSC messages to Artnet, Sacn on a local network. It’s called OLA for Open Lighting Architecture.

  • Version 0.3 development sprint

    Dev • Mar 27, 2014 • Julien

    Most of the i-score core developers are currently running a development sprint at GMEA – Centre National de Création Musicale d’Albi-Tarn for the OSSIA (Open Scenario System for Interactive Application) project. They have been doing a great job putting together a solid basis as i-score moves toward version 0.3.

  • User experience workshop

    News • Mar 15, 2014 • Julien

    Le chant du filament from NICOLAS VILLENAVE on Vimeo.

    Following November’s last development sprint, GMEA – Centre National de Création Musicale d’Albi-Tarn invited a bunch of i-score users as part of the OSSIA project. This workshop focussed on users experiments with i-score version 0.2.x and feedbacks regarding i-score 0.3 features.

  • User experience workshop

    News • Mar 15, 2014 • Julien

    Le chant du filament from NICOLAS VILLENAVE on Vimeo.

    Following November’s last development sprint, GMEA – Centre National de Création Musicale d’Albi-Tarn invited a bunch of i-score users as part of the OSSIA project. This workshop focussed on users experiments with i-score version 0.2.x and feedbacks regarding i-score 0.3 features.

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Control DMX lighting devices with i-score