After a major next-generation update, TouchOSC now works cross-platform with Android, Linux, Raspberry Pi devices and Wacom tablets.
Once exclusively for Apple iOS, version 1.2.2 of the OSC-based controller app works with “all major operating systems and architecture, and the full feature set is available across all versions,” according to their website.
A new GPU-powered editor lets users “create the most complex of control layouts with ease and precision.” Opening multiple instances of TouchOSC allows synchronized editing, with a scripting engine for creation of more complex surface layouts. Local messages are available by simply connecting controls to TouchOSC to see their basic values.
Every type of wired and wireless MIDI connection is now on TouchOSC including MIDI via USB for Android and iOS. The new update also includes OSC over User Data Protocol (UDP) and Transmission Data Protocol (TCP) IP connections.
TouchOSC v1.2.2 costs $11.99 on the App Store, Google Play, and Amazon Appstore. Each license for mobile versions come separate based on their distributing stores.
The desktop edition of TouchOSC costs a one-time license fee of $23. Find more information on TouchOSC’s website.