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iOS

Triple Update

May 20, 2018 Link To This Post
Today's triple update sees all hexler software refreshed, including a sneaky newcomer!
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Big Red Buttons and Labels

Jun 25, 2017 Link To This Post
Today we've got a whopping double TouchOSC + TouchViZ update, bringing some long-requested features to both our babies...
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Bug-squashing Shader-power-punch!

Apr 11, 2017 Link To This Post
We're overjoyed to announce today's release of version 1.3.0 of TouchViZ!
A new chapter in our beloved VJ-tools' life and one that comes with a whole lot of brand-spanking-new shader power! But first things first...
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Uncut the wire!

Sep 24, 2016 Link To This Post
Dear friends of wireless communication everywhere! Today we are releasing new versions of TouchOSC and TouchOSC Bridge that are able to use a plain old USB cable connection between your iOS devices and your computer, be it Mac or Windows, to do their chatter!
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SUPPORT ALL THE SIZES!

Feb 25, 2016 Link To This Post
As our team of robotic testers (pictured here) can confirm: TouchOSC now supports all sizes of iOS devices!
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Updates, Bundles & Cables

Mar 13, 2015 Link To This Post
It's been a while since the last post on this blog, apologies for the radio silence. As someone famous surely must have said once: Real life happens sometimes. Let's sum up some development that has happened in the meantime.
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TouchOSC 1.9.0 for Android and iOS out today!

May 27, 2013 Link To This Post
Yes, you read that right. Not only is good old TouchOSC getting a much needed update, but for the first time there's also a fully-featured Android version available today.
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Meet the Grim REAPER

Mar 21, 2012 Link To This Post
The fine folks over at Cockos just released version 4.20 of their wildly popular and very affordable DAW REAPER and it comes with full support for OSC control surfaces, including TouchOSC.
As if that in itself wouldn't be reason enough for much rejoicing, they went a step further and included configurations to work with TouchOSC's default LogicTouch and LogicPad layouts out of the box. Yaay!

A new section has been added to the TouchOSC documentation to help you get started. Good times indeed.

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