OSC remote control: a new video tutorial dedicated to Synthberry Pi.
The video shows the remote control of a Pure Data patch based on Open Sound Control messages over the wireless network. On the phone we have chosen to use an application called Control which provides graphic interfaces equipped with objects which, in response to user actions, send OSC messages through the wireless connection.
For this demo we used a Pd patch that is based on a subtractive synthesis system. The patch consists of a white noise generator and four fourth-order bandpass filters. The eight potentiometers of the control surface allow to control, for each filter, the center frequency and the quality factor (Q). The filters have been tuned to operate in different frequency regions from the lowest, the pair of potentiometers on the left, up to the highest on the right.