With OSCNotation, live-coders and computer musicians can integrate instrumentalist into their performance by sending OSC messages to display musical notation on their collaborators' iPhones or iPods. Rhythm and note values are updated independently, so they may easily transpose a pattern while keeping the rhythm intact (or vice-versa).
- Live-coders can send patterns and melodies to musicians.
- Composers can create pattern based music and use a notation server to send patterns to musician (think of Riley's In C).
- Musicians could use OSCNotation to perform works that require random selection of passages.