Thread: OSC over USB
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Old 06-27-2018, 04:23 AM   #6
azslow3
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Till your device (the hardware side) has no own Network interface (like f.e. ESP8266), there is no reason to do/emulate any "networking" inside it since you can not bypass some software driver (or alike) which route the traffic. I mean there is no benefits from creating "network packets" (or alike) on the hardware end in case you need special software.

IMHO:
* if you support MIDI USB (in hardware), OSCIIbot is the way to go
* if your device is USB-Serial, you need some program which take the traffic from corresponding COM and send it as OSC.
* if your device is "custom", you need some driver to communicate with it or use Winusb/libusb approach to do the same in user land program
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