Hey, this Automatonism is cool - PD has lacked such a set of well-defined building blocks.
Interesting, as I've done a fair bit of PD patching in the past and missed this sort of thing.
Is there any example of how renoise collaborated with pure data on osc?
OSC support in Renoise is good, but far from perfect.
Yes, Renoise can both send and receive OSC messages, but for instruments, the Renoise OSC device only works as an input device ATM.
This unfortunately means that in your case, you would have to fiddle with virtual MIDI ports to control the PD patch via Renoise.
That said, if you do need to use such a thing and you're a windows user I would recommend more modern alternatives over midi yoke (ancient piece of software):
any advantage over Midi? dont like virtual midi patchbays as midi yoke, too much fumbling
The main advantage of MIDI is that it's a strictly defined standard, defining things like note-on, pitch bend etc.
OSC has nothing of the sort, except what the sender and receiver agrees on. So most often, you'd have to somehow configure this yourself.
Apart from that (and that is a big deal!), OSC has nothing but advantages, if you are prepared to work a bit on the configurations.
* "Unlimited" resolution, when compared to MIDI which is most often 7/14 bit.
* Infinitely customizable (never run out of parameters, give them descriptive names)
* Network-capable, which means easy exchange of messages between computers, etc.