TouchOSC allows to configure five separate connections to connect to instances of the TouchOSC Bridge application.
TouchOSC Bridge acts as a virtual MIDI interface, transparently transmitting MIDI messages to and from another host on the network, or using a USB cable connection on iOS devices.
Each enabled Bridge connection can be individually selected as MIDI input and output port in the MIDI connections configuration.
The checkbox at the top left toggles the enabled state of the connection. If a connection is not enabled it will not send or receive any messages.
Enter a host name or IP address of the device running TouchOSC Bridge. To browse for available TouchOSC Bridge instances on the network, use the Browse function.
The reserved connection name <USB> can be used on iOS devices to connect to a TouchOSC Bridge instance running on a computer connected using a USB cable.
If you leave this field empty no messages will be sent or received.
The browse button next to each connection's Host field will list all TouchOSC Bridge instances found on the network.
On iOS devices, an additional <USB> connection will be available to connect to a TouchOSC Bridge instance running on a computer connected using a USB cable.
The list of results is updated in real-time and will show any additional instances discovered while displaying.