OSCulator
OSCulator
2.13.2

5.0

OSCulator free download for Mac

OSCulator

2.13.2
19 September 2014

Make music and motion with unusual inputs.

Overview

OSCulator is a software that links your controllers to your music and video software. For example, with OSCulator, your Nintendo Wiimote or iPhone can talk to major MIDI sequencers or your favorite console emulator or even the Kyma sound design workstation.

What's new in OSCulator

Version 2.13.2:

Note: This will be the last version compatible with OS X 10.5.8 and 32-bit Macs (Intel Core Solo).

  • OS X 10.9.5 and 10.10 support
  • Fixed the Keycode menu display on OS X 10.9
  • Fixed a bug in how Wiimote slots were allocated

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2 OSCulator Reviews

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Amergin
26 September 2008

Most helpful

Very nice app, seems stable and fast. Used it with a wiimote to control dvd player, itunes and various other apps. It is, however, not really donationware as it stalls every few minutes and waits for you to dismiss a reminder dialog before continuing. However I am thinking of sending the $19 as it could well be useful. I would though recommend to Camille that the reminder dialog become non modal in future versions to make it truly "non-crippleware", he could instead maybe limit its use to one app at a time until the fee is paid.
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Version 2.6.4
Amergin
09 September 2009
Not knowing how MU's new 'threaded reply' works I have to write this as a comment. In response to MASTERWOW, the wiimote cannot actually generate sound, it will (using Osculator) allow you to control, for example, a synthesizer in GarageBand. It does this by mapping the movement of your wiimote or the buttons on your wiimote to controls in GarageBand (or any other application). I'd suggest you look at the Osculator forum at http://www.osculator.net/bp/ for further info.
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Version 2.8.8
Amergin
26 September 2008
Very nice app, seems stable and fast. Used it with a wiimote to control dvd player, itunes and various other apps. It is, however, not really donationware as it stalls every few minutes and waits for you to dismiss a reminder dialog before continuing. However I am thinking of sending the $19 as it could well be useful. I would though recommend to Camille that the reminder dialog become non modal in future versions to make it truly "non-crippleware", he could instead maybe limit its use to one app at a time until the fee is paid.
Like (2)
Version 2.6.4