So I have, and interestingly when I do change to 54344 Protokol doesn’t see the messages unless I have GP opened to the Options page at which point it’s not actively listening on 54344, then my Tangent Mapper messages are seen by Protokol.
So is GP getting my messages on 54344 when it’s not in Options page mode and that is why Protokol can’t see them (black hole?) or… is there an issue using that port by both services?
Normally I avoid that 2 different APP are listening on the same port.
And when a port is used by another APP and you open GP then a message should appear.
But I do not understand what the OSC server is.
Is your hardware sending to the OSC server on that port?
I don’t think it’s possible… if you try to set both ports the same in GP prefs you get a feedback error notification and it forces you to change it.
So I am confused then by your advice… you say it needs to send on the port that GP listens on but that you avoid using the same port… and that seems to prove what I"ve experienced… that using the same port yeilds no messages being seen by Protokol.
There is a misunderstanding:
OSC message have to be sent to a port GP is listening.
But it seems that you hardware is sending to an OSC server to a port.
Now the OSC server should forward this OSC message to GP on another port.
But I do not understand the concept of you hardware and OSC server.
You should be sending messages from Tangent to port number 54344, not 54341
If you are running an OSC monitor on port 54344 then Gig Performer will not receive the messages — you cannot have more than one application monitoring the same port number. You need to quit that monitor and then restart Gig Performer so that it can listen on port 54344