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ossia score

https://ossia.io/
ossia score is a sequencer for audio-visual artists, designed to create interactive shows.

https://github.com/OSSIA/score

Enables precise and flexible scripting of interactive scenarios. Control and score any OSC-compliant software or hardware: Max/MSP, PureData, openFrameworks, Processing…

Sequence OSC, MIDI, DMX, sound files and more, between multiple software and hardware, create interactive and intermedia scores and script in JavaScript to customize your score.





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