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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.

A new version of Tosca : OSCAR is available for free on Ircam forum website, this version is completly compatible with file for ToscA.

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

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For old project Tosca is a always available for Windows and macOS from Ircam server :  https://forum.ircam.fr/projects/detail/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>