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They are used when advanced OSC routing capabilities are needed.
Variables are events that store a value in a temporary place, and later use that value in a
OSC Routing event.
They are useful when a OSC message needs to be constructed from different non-homogeneous values.
The first step is to assign the
Variables event to a message argument. There are 16 different variables that can be assigned, and they are numbered from 0 to 15.
Here the Variable 0 will store the last value sent by the OSC messages
/1/fader/1 and the Variable 1 will store the last value sent by the message
These variables are then used in an
OSC Routing event. Here is an example of such event in the OSC Editor, where the Variables 0 and 1 are composed in a message named
This event can then be assigned for example to the
/1/push1 OSC message. Therefore, every time the
/1/push1 is received, OSCulator will send the
/faders message with two arguments being the last values received from the