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 ===== Obtaining the software ===== ===== Obtaining the software =====
  
-  * [[http://www.osculator.net/​download|Download the latest version here]] +  * [[https://​osculator.net/​download|Download the latest version here]] 
-  * Open the file you just downloaded and drag the OSCulator ​folder ​to your Applications folder +  * Open the file you just downloaded and drag OSCulator to your Applications folder 
-  * Launch the application ​and follow the initial setup instructions+  * Launch the application
  
-===== Use a Sample ​Patch =====+===== Start from a Sample =====
  
 The OSCulator software comes with many "ready to go" example files. The OSCulator software comes with many "ready to go" example files.
-Although it is recommended to read through this entire Quick Start Guide, you can start by using these sample files, located in the "Sample Patches" folder. ​ A companion document named "​About ​the Sample Patches"​ provides hints.+Although it is recommended to read through this entire Quick Start Guide, you can start by using these sample files, located in the "Samples Library" folder. 
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 +{{ :​quickstart:​samples_library_201701.zip | Download ​the Samples Library (January 2017) }}
  
 ===== Input Setup ===== ===== Input Setup =====
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 ==== Wiimote ==== ==== Wiimote ====
  
-  - Press buttons 1 & 2 of your Wiimoteyou can plug an extension anytime ​+  - Open the Parameters Window (click the gear icon ⚙ in the toolbar) ; 
-  - A list of messages will appear in the main window ​;+  - In Devices, go to Wiimote ; 
 +  - Pair your Wiimote ​with your computer (you don't have to do this again) ​
 +  - Once paired, just press any button ​of your Wiimote twice to connect it ;
   - Proceed to [[#Output Setup|configuring the events]].   - Proceed to [[#Output Setup|configuring the events]].
  
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   - locate the message that corresponds to the particular control you want to bind and choose ''​MIDI CC''​ in the Event Type column ;   - locate the message that corresponds to the particular control you want to bind and choose ''​MIDI CC''​ in the Event Type column ;
     * for example if you want to use the Roll of the Wiimote to control MIDI CC #16, select the message "1: roll" under ''/​wii/​1/​accel/​pry''​ ;     * for example if you want to use the Roll of the Wiimote to control MIDI CC #16, select the message "1: roll" under ''/​wii/​1/​accel/​pry''​ ;
-  - in the Value column, choose ​the control change number ; +  - in the Value column, choose ​control change number ​that is not used yet 
-  - now go to the software that will receive the control changes (Ableton Live for example), and open the preference for this software. ​ There should be a MIDI panel where you must activate the "​OSCulator ​Input" virtual MIDI interface ​;+  - now go to the software that will receive the control changes (Ableton Live for example), and open the preference for this software. ​ There should be a MIDI panel where you must activate the "​OSCulator ​Out" virtual MIDI port ;
   - depending on how the target software work, you may want to activate a MIDI learn mode((like in Live)), or manually configure the control change number((like in Traktor)).   - depending on how the target software work, you may want to activate a MIDI learn mode((like in Live)), or manually configure the control change number((like in Traktor)).
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