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Mixing station provides different APIs for external software and hardware to connect to. The goal of these APIs is to cover most of the console parameters using a unified API. This enables your app to work with every mixer compatible with mixing station.


All APIs are only available in the desktop version of mixing station. To enable an api make sure you start the programm with the correct command line arguments!

The following data types are used:

Type Sample
bool true/false
float 1.20
long 1
string "hello"

All data can be get/set using two different data formats:

Format Description
Plain values The actual value of the parameter (e.g. -5dB)
Normalized The value will be normalized into a range of 0-1


The REST api allows access via http using json encoded data. By default CORS requests are allowed from any origin.


The documentation for the API is generated using OpenAPI. To view the documentation:

  1. Start mixing station with the web server enabled
  2. Open the swagger-ui
  3. Enter the following url into the top text field http://localhost:<web port>/openapi.json and hit Explore

The editor should now show the documentation: swagger-docs

Mixer data definition

If you just want to see all data available for the current mixer open your browser and enter http://localhost:<web port>/console/data/definition


The OSC api has access to the same parameters as the rest api. Therefore it's possible to use the data model described in the rest api for implementing the OSC api. To see all dataPaths available you need to use the rest api.

OSC bundles are not supported.


The following syntax is used to describe the OSC packets:

  • [] Can be one of the chars inside
  • {} Placeholder which must be replaced with a value
  • OSC uses 0 bytes for padding. For better readability these padding bytes are not indicated below.


Send the follow packet at least once every 5 seconds to get updates for all parameters. The last char determins the formatting

Plain value


Normalized value


Get data

A OSC packet without any parameters is used to request the current value.


Set data

Setting the data is similar to getting but with additional parameters. You can use any of the supported data types above.

/con/[vn]/{dataPath} f 0.0


Get fader of ch 1 as dB value


Get fader of ch 1 as normalized value


Set fader of ch 1 using a dB value

/con/v/ch.0.mix.lvl f -5

Set fader of ch 1 using a normalized

/con/n/ch.0.mix.lvl f 0.5