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  • #75716
    WilfredWilfred
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    Is it possible to remotely send a play to the uTrack24 via my own software? I see port 55000 is used for TCP comms with uRemote but is an API available? Play command, EOF notification and stop command would suffice. Setup is a 24 channel player only.

    #79329
    Didier DucrocqDidier Ducrocq
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    Hello Wilfred,
    I’d like to do th same thing, to use play and stop (even choose files) with puredata, Isadora …
    Did you find any solution ?
    Didier

    #79361
    WilfredWilfred
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    Hi Didier,

    No, I solved it with KissBox (network GPIO device) that I connected to the foot pedal input. With a N.O. relay you can trigger play by closing the relay for say 100ms. It plays on ramp. After the track is done the machine needs some time to preload so that has to be taken into account.

    With Pd do you want to use netsend or the deprecated but very nice udpsend from iem? Netsend uses fudi protocol and is not compatible with every device.

    • This reply was modified 1 week, 3 days ago by WilfredWilfred. Reason: Autocorrect makes mistakes
    #79469
    Didier DucrocqDidier Ducrocq
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    Hi Wilfred, yes it’s what I want to do with Pd, with netsend or udpsend.I’ve send a message to cymatic, but nothing for now!
    I’ve automatized an art installation with Utrack 24, video mapping, sounds and lights, for museum staff can start easily, but I miss this step with Utrack24 !!

    #79523
    WilfredWilfred
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    I understand. For now I would recommend using either an Ethernet relay or an USB relay.

    If you can program in Python you can control the relay from there and open a socket listening to the fudi code or Osc coming from pure data.

    Ethernet relay is easiest as this is platform independent (some usb GPIO’s will work on Linux, some only have windows drivers, depending on their chipset).

    #79549
    Didier DucrocqDidier Ducrocq
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    Hi Wilfred.
    No answer from Cymatic …..

    So I’ll try with pd and Pd wiring gpio first on raspberry, and Ethernet relay if it doesn’t work.

    Thanks

    Didier

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