Push Buttons are the default button type and require a single touch-cycle to trigger an output.
In cases where a command needs to be actioned repeatedly and in quick secession, a Tap Button may be better suited.
The action map below details the point at which commands are sent:
|Touch Ready||Touch Begun||Touch Hold||Touch Release||Touch End|
|Type||On Mode||Off Mode|
|MIDI||MIDI Channel, Note, Velocity||N/A|
|OSC||OSC Message, Patch||N/A|
|HTTP||HTTP Address, Patch||N/A|
|TCP||TCP String, Patch||N/A|
|UDP||UDP String, Patch||N/A|
|sACN||sACN Patch, Channel, Value||N/A|
|Audio||Audio ID, Volume||N/A|
|Video||Video, Layer, Volume, Scale X, Scale Y, Position X, Position Y, Opacity||N/A|
Use external applications to operate this control with the API via OSC.
Send the string
/ctrl/control/[uid]/[command] with the control's UID and selected command.
The default port for Ctrl for iPads OSC API is
53000. This can be modified by navigating to the settings menu and modifying the global OSC input port.
|/enabled ||Enable or disable the control (0 - Disabled, 1 - Enabled)|
|/theme ||Change the theme of the control (Int 1 to 14)|
|/theme ||Change the theme of the control using custom palette|
|/label ||Change the label of the control for the session name (Int 1 to 14)|
|/flash ||Set the control to flash to indicate attention is required (0 - Off, 1 - On)|
Alternatively, you can create a Custom OSC Binding for this control for any of the attributes listed above.