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Old 11-13-2017, 07:37 PM   #13
Tonegrown
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I've read this multiple times and am having trouble understanding what the 0 achieves. Does it just mean that with the 0 designation that reaper doesn't need to be configured for a specific port ahead of time for the direction of the 0 port?

Very excited for more OSC development as I use reaper live with tablet control!


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Originally Posted by Justin View Post
You would only set one to 0, the other would need to be valid. So for example if you send OSC to the remote at 192.168.1.99:8000, you could set your receive to enabled, but port 0, and if the other end replies, it will use the reply.

Alternatively if you want you can listen on :9000, and set send to enabled, but port 0, and then if anybody sends to you, they will get any OSC messages that you end up sending.
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