Control & Integration Made Easy
This page contains documentation of the available drivers.
Each Device Space has its own bank in Onyx. You then associate devices with Device Space the way you want. If you want 2 devices synchronized, you select the same Device Space for both; if you want them working on independent banks, you have to choose different Device Spaces for each. Note: deviceSpace 0 is the MAIN one, and is the one shown at the bottom of Onyx.
The Device Space is configured in the Onyx OSC device options Menu.
Feedback for faders and buttons is provided by Onyx for MainPlaybackButtons, MainPlaybackFader, Programmer keys and F-Keys. If you are assigning any other function to your fader or button, don't expect any feedback, because Onyx is not sending any.
Sure! All you need is multiple Onyx elements in your project. Each element must connect to a separate bank and through a different Device Space.
Note: deviceSpace 0 is the MAIN one, and is the one shown at the bottom of Onyx.
Yes - as of today, the OSC communication protocol is the same as in the previous M-PC program. Please note that this might change if Onyx gets updated.
This OSC driver is replacing the original Onyx driver to keep compatibility with newer Onyx versions. However, if you are still interested in the original Onyx driver, please read this notice.
Unfortunately the official Onyx OSC interface provides a sub-set of the functionality that was provided by ShowCockpit Onyx driver. You can compare the functions of this driver with the previous Onyx driver.