This project is something I’ve been meaning to try for some time, but have at last got round to doing so. It is a culmination of many other things I have done with Sonic Pi, especially following the introduction of OSC messaging added to Sonic Pi 3.I have done several projects interfacing hardware devices such as push buttons, and a ps3 games controller to Sonic Pi. These heve used python to interface to the hardware, and I have completed the link to Sonic Pi by utilising the python-osc library using it to send signals generated by the hardware to Sonic Pi in the form of OSC messages.
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