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 [[http://​opensoundcontrol.org|Open Sound Control (OSC)]] is a protocol for communication among computers, sound synthesizers,​ and other multimedia devices that is lightweight and leverages current networking technologies. ​ As an attempt to simplify the vast problem of inter-connectivity,​ the choice of using the OSC protocol has been made ; even more, only a subset of it is really used. [[http://​opensoundcontrol.org|Open Sound Control (OSC)]] is a protocol for communication among computers, sound synthesizers,​ and other multimedia devices that is lightweight and leverages current networking technologies. ​ As an attempt to simplify the vast problem of inter-connectivity,​ the choice of using the OSC protocol has been made ; even more, only a subset of it is really used.
  
-<​blockquote>​Almost all parameters used in OSCulator are numbers ranging from ''​0.0''​ to ''​1.0''​((String and exotic values can also be handled, but we will keep that topic for later.))</​blockquote>​+<​blockquote>​Almost all parameters used in OSCulator are numbers ranging from ''​0.0''​ to ''​1.0''​((String and exotic values can also be used, but we will keep that topic for later.))</​blockquote>​
  
 TouchOSC or the [[http://​www.jazzmutant.com|Lemur]] also adopt the same convention, just as all the devices natively handled by OSCulator. TouchOSC or the [[http://​www.jazzmutant.com|Lemur]] also adopt the same convention, just as all the devices natively handled by OSCulator.
  
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