As of version 4.11, SSL is now supporting Open Sound Control (OSC). SSL Live console are now capable of remotely controlling other devices over its connectivity network ports. This is a bidirectional integration for Spat Revolution.
A simple template is available for downloading and provides a start point to configure this integration.
MENU/Setup Option /EXTERNAL CONTROL to configure remote control.
Rename the Generic OSC to SPAT OSC and enter the Spat Computer IP address.
Set In port # to
9301 and Host RX Port # to
9300. They will match the SSL Live OSC Input and Output connection presets in Spat Revolution.
Make sure to Enable OSC and note the Control IP Address. This address will be needed when configuring Spat OSC.
SSL OSC Settings
SSL Generic OSC - External Control
With Solid State Logic live consoles, up to eight Fader (i.e. continuously variable) and eight Switch parameters per third-party device channel may be defined for control by the console. These control parameters (OSC messages) going out to Spat Revolution source/objects are accessible from each console audio path as well as dedicated OSC paths with no console audio processing associated with them. The provided template has all these configurations done for you but you can decide to customize with different or less parameters.
SSL OSC Device Configuration and Address for Switch
SSL OSC Device Configuration and Address for Fader
|In the OSC Connections section, use the pre-configured SSL Live OSC presets. In the pull down menu, choose **input||SSL Live** and select the local IP address you are using to communicate with the desk. Then set a second OSC Connection for the output from Spat Revolution to the desk. In the pull down menu, choose **output||SSL Live**. You will enter the desk IP address as found in the OSC settings. Ports #