Open Sound Control is a UDP network protocol used heavily in the arts and performance disciplines. OSC is great for connecting output from one application to the input of the next.
Setting up an OSC network is simple enough, but trouble shooting it and finding potential problems can be tricky and time consuming. In an effort to speed up this work flow I created a lightweight application that prints out every OCS message it receives. Although there are many other applications that offer this console functionality they tend to also have many other features that hamper CUP performance and can interfere with the troubleshooting process.
This application is open source and free to use. You can find it on this GitHub repository.