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Tosca

ToscA plugin can be inserted into a DAW (Digital Audio Workstation, such as ProTools, Apple Logic, Digital Performer, Ableton Live, etc.) in order to send/receive parameters’ automation.  It is based on the OSC (Open Sound Control) protocol (http://opensoundcontrol.org). The ToscA plugin does not process any audio (the audio signals are just bypassed actually).  The ToscA plugin is available in the following formats: AU, VST, VST3, AAX.

Tosca is a free plugin for Windows and macOS.

Download from Ircam :  https://forum.ircam.fr/projects/detail/tosca/

A new version OSCAR is available on ircam forum website, this version is completly compatible with file for ToscA.


You can use the XML setup file for Sound Trajectory inside the folder ~/data/tosca

<tosca version=”0.4″>
<parameter index=”1″ name=”index” min=”0″ max=”1″ scaling=”linear”/>
<parameter index=”2″ name=”mode” min=”0″ max=”1″ scaling=”linear”/>
<parameter index=”3″ name=”x” min=”0″ max=”1″ scaling=”linear”/>
<parameter index=”4″ name=”y” min=”0″ max=”1″ scaling=”linear”/>
<parameter index=”5″ name=”z” min=”0″ max=”1″ scaling=”linear”/>
<parameter index=”6″ name=”a” min=”0″ max=”1″ scaling=”linear”/>
<parameter index=”7″ name=”e” min=”0″ max=”1″ scaling=”linear”/>
<parameter index=”8″ name=”d” min=”0″ max=”1″ scaling=”linear”/>
</tosca>