Outbound Requests

Outbound requests represent the data send via their protocol. Each protocol has a specific set of parameters which can be defined. With an Outbound Route created, click New Request and enter the values into the dialog.

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MIDI Musical#

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Musical MIDI allows you to define:

  • A label for the request
  • MIDI message type
  • Channel
  • Number
  • Velocity

MIDI SysEx#

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Musical SysEx allows you to define:

  • A label for the request
  • MIDI SysEx message in hex seperated by a space (The beginning F0 and ending F7 are automatically added)

OSC#

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OSC allows you to define:

  • A label for the request
  • The OSC message with parameters (Use quotation marks to escape text with spaces, for example "Hello World")

HTTP(S)#

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HTTP allows you to define:

  • A label for the request
  • The address of the request, excluding the IP for the route
  • The method (GET, POST, PUT, DELETE)
  • Headers (for example, content type, authentication)
  • Body (for example, a JSON object)

TCP#

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TCP allows you to define:

  • A label for the request
  • The message string
  • The connection type (single or persistent)

Persistent connection will remain open until the remote client closes the connection

UDP#

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UDP allows you to define:

  • A label for the request
  • The message string