INScore is an environment for the design of augmented, interactive, dynamic musical scores, oriented towards unconventional uses of music notation and representation, including real-time symbolic notation capabilities. This environment is fully controllable using Open Sound Control [OSC] messages. This document presents all the messages supported by the system.

A scripting language has been defined as an extended textual version of OSC messages that allows you to design scores in a modular and incremental way. This language is close to the present specification. Its syntax and grammar are described in a separate document.

Note Throughout the documentation, the sample code are given using scripting syntax i.e. that OSC messages are suffixed with a semi-colon ';'. This semi-colon is used as a message separator in INScore scripts and is not needed when sending messages over a network. See the INScore language reference for more information.