Sending and receiving data with OSC protocol¶
OscDataSend and OscDataReceive are objects that should be used to send and receive Open Sound Control messages when message type is not simple float or when the user want to process values before sending using them to control an audio process.
OscDataSend sends messages in the form of a list containing elements according to its types argument. See the documentation of the object for the various available types.
OscDataReceive calls a function with the address as the first argument, followed by a tuple containing every values of the data message.
import random from pyo import * s = Server().boot() # Little audio process to control with OSC messages. source = SfPlayer("../snds/snd_1.aif") freqs = SigTo([100, 200, 300, 400], time=2) rezon = Resonx(source.mix(2), freq=freqs, q=2, stages=2).out() # ----- Receiver ----- # Handle all messages coming from addresses starting with "/data/" def getDataMessage(address, *args): if address == "/data/play": # Arguments are the sound to play as a string, # speed and gain as floats. source.path = args source.speed = args source.mul = args source.play() elif address == "/data/rezo": # Arguments are 4 frequencies as floats. freqs.value = list(args) # OSC data receiver. rec = OscDataReceive(port=9900, address="/data/*", function=getDataMessage) # ----- Sender 1 ----- # Builds and sends messages to load an play a new sound. sender1 = OscDataSend(types="sff", port=9900, address="/data/play", host="127.0.0.1") def choose(): "Chooses new soundfile values and starts playback." soundfile = "../snds/snd_%i.aif" % random.randint(1, 6) speed = random.choice([0.5, 0.75, 1.0, 1.25]) gain = random.uniform(0.5, 0.7) # Sends the message (message must be a list of values whose # types respect the `types` argument of the OscDataSend object. sender1.send([soundfile, speed, gain]) # Adjusts the timing of the Pattern according to the playback duration. pat.time = sndinfo(soundfile) / speed # Call the choose() function to set a new sound playback. pat = Pattern(choose).play() # ----- Sender 2 ----- # Sends new frequencies to the resonator filters. sender2 = OscDataSend(types="ffff", port=9900, address="/data/rezo", host="127.0.0.1") def change(): "Randomly chooses new frequencies and sends them to the filters." sender2.send([random.uniform(250, 4000) for i in range(4)]) # Call the change() function every 2 seconds. pat2 = Pattern(change, time=2).play() s.gui(locals())