KuStudio is an open source OSC editor, recorder and player, aimed to create timeline on an audiotrack.
It's made by Kuflex.
KuStudio - main folder with KuStudio DemoProject - Test project, you can start learning KuStudio by loading this project OSC-Demo-oF - Test visualizer, for using with DemoProject
Download binaries for OSX and Windows at https://sourceforge.net/p/kustudio
(On Mac OS: before running, please open Terminal, drag there "remove_quarantine.sh" and press Enter. We need to do it to remove "quarantine flags" which Mac OS sets on downloaded files)
- Run KuStudio
- Open project "DemoProject.kus" in KuStudio,
- Run demo visualization "OSC-Demo-oF"
- Press Play in KuStudio
Introductory video explaining Quick Start: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2cLwTnFIWEU
User guide: bin/KuStudio-Guide.pdf
####Running binaries in OSX At the first run you can get the security warning. To resolve it, right-click KuStudio to show context menu and click there "Open". You will see security dialog with two buttons, "Open" and "Cancel". Choose "Open" to start KuStudio.
####Running binaries in Windows If KuStudio doesn't start, install Microsoft Visual C++ 2015 Redistributable (x86) by running vc_redist.x86_vs2015.exe. Alternatively, you can download it from Microsoft website.
KuStudio lets create, record and OSC tracks, synchronized with given audio track. Audiotrack can be WAV or AIFF file.
KuStudio is inspired by famous Duration OSC editor, but has different philosophy: KuStudio stores all OSC tracks as discrete arrays, not curves, that allows to record and edit them freely. Also, KuStudio performs very stable for 10 min and longer projects.
It is made with openFrameworks and is available for OSX and Windows.
To compile the project you need: OSX: XCode, openFrameworks 0.9.3. Windows: Visual Studio 2015 C++ (Express), openFrameworks 0.9.3. Linux: not tested.
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