Outbound Routes

To define a new outbound protocol to send commands to remote software or devices, click New Outbound at the top left of the interface. This will allow for protocols to be defined.

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Each outbound protocol will be auto-saved meaning you can carry on from where you left off between sessions without having to re-define outputs. Removing outputs is as simple as pressing the ‘X’ next to the output you want to delete on the left hand side of the interface.

MIDI Musical#

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All MIDI devices available will be displayed within the device list.
Select a device and click confirm to save the route.

MIDI SysEx#

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All MIDI devices available will be displayed within the device list.
Select a device and click confirm to save the route.

OSC#

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A destination IP and port number between 0 and 65000 must be defined in the format:
<IP:Port>, for example 127.0.0.1:53000


Once entered, click confirm to save the route.

HTTP#

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A destination IP must be defined and optionally a port number between 0 and 65000 in the format:
<IP:Port>, for example 127.0.0.1:8080 (port defaults to 80 if not provided)


Once entered, click confirm to save the route.

HTTPS#

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A destination IP must be defined and optionally a port number between 0 and 65000 in the format:
<IP:Port>, for example 127.0.0.1:8443 (port defaults to 443 if not provided)


Once entered, click confirm to save the route.

TCP#

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A destination IP and port number between 0 and 65000 must be defined in the format:
<IP:Port>, for example 127.0.0.1:8000


Once entered, click confirm to save the route.

UDP#

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A destination IP and port number between 0 and 65000 must be defined in the format:
<IP:Port>, for example 127.0.0.1:8000


Once entered, click confirm to save the route.