OSC Reference Documentation
KLANG:app and the KLANG Immersive In-Ear Mixing Processors communicate exclusively via Open Sound Control (OSC) UDP network messages on port 9110 and 9111.
KLANG osc command line tool
KLANG has developed a command line tool for Windows and Mac. This can be used to easily send OSC from the command line and try the commands described above.
Syntax: KLANGosc <IPaddress> <portNumber> <OSCaddressPattern> <argumentType1> <argument 1> <argumentType2> <argument2> …
This guide describes <OSCaddressPattern> <argumentType1> <argument 1> <argumentType2> <argument2> …
There are examples in the batch and shell scripts included in the download.
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Naming and Typing Convention
The receiving device’s type is encoded in the address pattern:
- For KLANG hardware, it is always called fabrik – /KLANGfabrik (long pattern) or /Kf (short pattern)
- For KLANG:app – /KLANGapp (long pattern) or /Ka (short pattern)
In the following the OSC syntax is shown for the long pattern:
- String – s (we use hyph)
- Integer – i
- Float – f
- Bool – B – possible argument is <ONorOFF> which is either 1 | TRUE or 0 | FALSE.
A user identification number <UID> is required to be attached as a string in the end of each long pattern OSC message with exactly 32 or 4 characters identifying the remote device uniquely, e.g.: “ABCD”
- /KLANGfabrik/user/MasterSlider f 1 s “ABCD”
- Send to address /KLANGfabrik/user/MasterSlider one float (f) which is ‘1’ and one string (s) which is ABCD.
UDP Ports and Answer Messages
OSC is send via UDP packets strictly on port 9110 to KLANG hardware
The KLANG processor sends back answers on the specified <ReceivePort> – default value is 9111.
Controlling the user settings is implemented in two ways. The first approach uses a handshake prior to sending controls of e.g. level or position for this particular user.
The second approach encodes the user number in the address pattern and as referred to as SHORT in the following.
Handshake (required for LONG syntax)
A handshake and a switch user command must be sent before using any long format OSC messages. in the normal format syntax, since the user number is not encoded in the message. This handshake ist not required for the short synthax messages.
- /KLANGfabrik/control/ConnectRequest i <ReceivePort> s <UID>
Answers or responses to this handshake are included in:
The latter one is followed by these arguments ‘Name’,’ Icon’, ‘outputUser’, ‘password’, ‘SN’, ‘localIP’, ‘localPort’, ‘typeOfProduct’, ‘Firmware’, ‘LinkedOutput’, ‘UID’. Furthermore, relayed messages may be sent.
Switch to another user to accept the subsequent control messages of e.g. level and position.
- /KLANGfabrik/control/SwitchUser i <MIXnumber> s <password> s <UID>
- <MIXnumber> corresponds to the labeling of the analog outputs in normal configuration USER1 to USER8. If not routed to the DAC or something else is changed in routing it corresponds to the output channels of the DSP in the following way: USER1 – channel 1–2, USER2 – channel 3–4 etc. This option should be preferred.
- <password> is an empty string “” if not changed.
Meters are continuously sent (every 50–200ms) to remote control devices with the following syntax:
- /KLANGfabrik/user/OutputLevelMeterUpdate, ‘iffiff…’
- /KLANGfabrik/user/InputLevelMeterUpdate, ‘iffiff…’
- Devices that did not send any message for more than 60 seconds will not receive any further messages.
These messages can be disabled by:
- /KLANGfabrik/user/wantsMeterUpdates b <ONorOFF > s <UID>
Deactivate the relay of incoming messages to KLANG hardware from another remote control to your remote control device.
- /KLANGfabrik/user/DeviceWantsRelayedMessages b <ONorOFF> s <UID>
Controlling KLANG Hardware
Mix Master Volume
Controls the overall level of the entire mix of a user. <linearGAIN> floating point number between 0 (-infinity dBFS) and 1 (0 dBFS) in linear scale.
- /Kf/ui/ <MIXnumber> /gain f <linearGAIN>
- /Kf/ui/ <MIXnumber> /gaindB ‘f’ <GAIN in dB>
- /Kf/ui/ <MIXnumber> /name s <mixName>
Set the volume for a input channel <ChannelNumber> for a particular mix <MIXnumber>. The <ChannelNumber> is the number of the input channel to the 3D in-ear mixing engine as shown unter CONFIG > CHANNELS > INPUT.
- /Kf/ui/<MIXnumber>/ch/<ChannelNumber>/gain f <linearGAIN>
- /Kf/ui/<MIXnumber>/ch/<ChannelNumber>/gaindB f <GAIN in dB>
Setting the visibility of an input channel (invisible channels are inherently muted):
- /Kf/ui/<MIXnumber>/ch/<ChannelNumber>/visible b <ONorOFF>
- /Kf/ui/<MIXnumber>/ch/<ChannelNumber>/mute b <ONorOFF>
- /Kf/ui/<MIXnumber>/ch/<ChannelNumber>/solo b <ONorOFF>
- /Kf/ui/<MIXnumber>/ch/<ChannelNumber>/name s <channelName>
- /Kf/ui/<MIXnumber>/ch/<ChannelNumber>/name s <channelColorAs6DigitHexValue>
- /Kf/ui/<MIXnumber>/ch/<ChannelNumber>/name s <iconName>
Channel STEREO LINK
- /Kf/ui/<MIXnumber>/ch/<ChannelNumber>/stereo i <otherChannelIndexToBeLinked>
- -1 to unlink
Channel GROUP ASSIGN
- /Kf/ui/<MIXnumber>/ch/<ChannelNumber>/grp i <groupIndexStartWithZero>
The general placement mode for a user can be set by
- /KLANGfabrik/user/mode , ‘is’ , <PlacementMode>, <UID>
PlacementMode: 1=mono, 2=stereo, 3=3D, 4=i3D
- /Kf/ui/<MIXnumber>/ch/<ChannelNumber>/ele f <ElevationAngleInDegrees>
<ElevationAngleInDegrees> is the angle in degrees between –90° (below), 0° (on the horizon) and 90° (above).
- /Kf/ui/<MIXnumber>/ch/<ChannelNumber> /azi f <AzimuthInDegrees>
<AzimuthInDegrees> is the angle in degrees between 0° (in front), 90° (left) 180° (behind) and 360° (in front). Counter clockwise.
Channel WIDTH (for stereo linked channels)
- /Kf/ui/<MIXnumber>/ch/<ChannelNumber> /width f <WidthInDegrees>
The source is transfered from mono to stereo, to the 3D and i3D orbit by the following message with <Mode> being 1, 2, 3, and 4 respectively:
- /Kf/ui/<MIXnumber>/ch/<ChannelNumber>/mode i <Mode>
The CUE mode mirrors the output of one user to another user. A handshake has to be passed at least once in the past. Switch to the user you want to receive the copy of the mix from another user. <MIXnumber> is the source of the signal defined by the user number. To disable the CUE mode set <MIXnumber> to 0.
- /KLANGfabrik/user/LinkMonitorOutput i <MIXnumber> s <UID>
- /KLANGfabrik/Hardware/ClockSource i <ClockSource> s <UID>
Request the list of presets. Answer contains this list as strings.
Change preset (system wide, for all users). <presetName> must match exactly the name of the preset (case-sensitive) without ending (.xml/KLANGshow).
- /KLANGfabrik/control/presetSelect s <presetName>
Save a preset with a new KLANG show file name
- /KLANGfabrik/control/presetSave b 1 s <presetName> b 1
- /KLANGfabrik/control/TakeSnaphot s <SnapshotName>
- /Kf/co/takeSnapshot s <SnapshotName>
by <SnapshotID>. This is is the ID shown in the KLANG:app > CONFIG > PRESET > Snapshot list with the prefix “ID: “
- /KLANGfabrik/control/DeleteSnaphotById i <SnapshotID> s <UID>
Move up Snapshot by ID
- /KLANGfabrik/control/MoveSnapshotUp i <SnapshotID> s <UID>
Move down Snapshot
- /KLANGfabrik/control/MoveSnapshotDown i <SnapshotID> s <UID>
Recall Snapshot by ID
- /KLANGfabrik/control/RecallSnapshotById i <SnapshotID> [s “RecallSafe”, <recallSafeOption1>, <RecallSafeOption2>,…] s <UID>
- /Kf/co/recall i <SnapshotID> [s “RecallSafe”, <recallSafeOption1>, <RecallSafeOption2>,…] s <UID>
Recall Snapshot by Index
This is the position in the current snapshot list shown in KLANG:app. (zero index, the first snapshot has index=0)
- /KLANGfabrik/control/RecallSnapshotByIndex i <SnapshotPositionInTheList>
- /Kf/co/recallInd i <SnapshotPositionInTheList>
Recall First Snapshot
- /KLANGfabrik/control/RecallFirstSnapshot [s “RecallSafe” <recallSafeOption1>, <RecallSafeOption2>,…] s <UID>
- /Kf/co/recallFirst [s “RecallSafe” <recallSafeOption1> <RecallSafeOption2>,…] s <UID>
Recall Next Snapshot
- /KLANGfabrik/control/RecallFirstSnapshot [s “RecallSafe”, <recallSafeOption1>, <RecallSafeOption2>,…] s <UID>
- /Kf/co/recallNext [s “RecallSafe”, <recallSafeOption1> <RecallSafeOption2>…] s <UID>
Recall Previous Snapshot
- /KLANGfabrik/control/RecallPreviousSnapshot [s “RecallSafe” <recallSafeOption1> <RecallSafeOption2>,…] s <UID>
- /Kf/co/recallPrev [s “RecallSafe” <recallSafeOption1> <RecallSafeOption2> …] s <UID>
- /Kf/co/updateSnaphot i <SnapshotID> s <UID>
Recall Safe Options
Optional: To every command you can append (prior to the UID) the string “RecallSafe” followed by a list of strings including the options that should not be recalled by this command.
- /Kf/co/recallNext, ssss, “RecallSafe”, “Mute”, “Solo” ,<UID>
- Recalls the next snapshot but keeps the current solo and mute states.
Assign a new name <NEWname> to user
- /KLANGfabrik/control/RenameUser i <MIXnumber> s <NEWname> s <UID>
Request list of trackers. Answer contains this list.
Change the associated motion tracker <TRACKERuid> for a user
- /KLANGfabrik/control/changeTracker s <TRACKERuid> s <UID>
Trigger a restart (system will be back to normal after reboot)
- /KLANGfabrik/Hardware/Restart (no arguments)
Set Clock Speed Mode:
- KLANGfabrik/Hardware/SetSRMode i <mode> (requires restart!)
- 1: single speed, 2: double speed
Set EQ mode:
- KLANGfabrik/Hardware/SetEQMode, bool, <mode> (requires restart!)
- true: on, false: off
Set second MADI port input/output:
- /KLANGfabrik/Hardware/SetMadiDirections i 2 b <mode>
- true: (second) input, false: output
Set display brightness. <Brightness> between 0 (off) and 1 (bright).
- /KLANGfabrik/Hardware/DisplayBrightness f <Brightness> s <UID>
Request information as on the INFO screen in the GUI. Answer is an XML file in one single string.
Set number of input channels <NumInputs> and number of users <NumUsers>.
- carefully check the values with the maximum processing power as specified in the table in the manual. Overloading might lead to a device that is not able to be remote controlled. audio might have drop outs.
- /KLANGfabrik/Hardware/SetNumberOfInputsAndOutputs i <NumInputs > i <NumUsers> s <UID>
KLANG:app Remote Control
KLANG:app an be remote controlled from the network on UDP Port 9111.
User Interface Commands
Switch to Fader-View
Switch to Group-View
Switch to Stage-View (Orbit)
Switch to Stage-View (Landscape)
Switch to Meters-View
Switch to Config-View (Last page that was selected)
- /Ka/screen/user i <userID>
Connect to KLANG processor
- /Ka/control/connect s <remoteAdress> i <userID>
Change App User-Mode (MUSICIAN = 10, PMM = 20, TECHNICIAN = 30, ADMIN = 40)
- /Ka/control/mode i <mode>
Set Serial Number: /KLANGfabrik/Hardware/Serial s <8digit SN starting with K…>
Set Unit Name: /KLANGfabrik/Hardware/UnitName s <UnitName>