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Mixing Station provides different APIs for integration with external software and hardware. The goal of these APIs is to cover the majority of console parameters with a unified API, allowing your application to work with every mixer supported by Mixing Station.


Note that the full set of APIs is only available in the desktop version of Mixing Station.

Configure APIs

To enable API access, open the global app settings and enable REST and/or OSC.

Data Types

The following data types are used:

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

There are two possible float formats as follows:

Format Description
Plain values The actual value of the parameter (e.g. -5)
Normalized The value is normalized within the range 0-1


The REST API allows access via HTTP using json-encoded data.

Using the API

  1. Enable the HTTP/REST API in the global app settings
  2. Open the following URL in your browser: http://localhost:<your-configured-port>

The webpage describes all API endpoints and allows you to explore all data exposed by the API.


The OSC interface provides similar access to that provided by the REST API. You can see all available parameters by opening the data explorer (follow the REST API steps above and open the webpage).

Note that 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 following packet at least once every 5 seconds to get updates for all parameters. The last char determines 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 described 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