So Adam over at DustyPixels.com, author of the Fwiidom FLOsc AS3 classes, has very kindly said I can do what I like with them.
You can get my modified version of his classes here (Update: download here) (Update: Finally found a more permanent home)
I really didn’t do much to them, except Occam seems to expect an integer instead of a string at some point, so I poked around in the function that builds the XML packets to send to FLOsc and changed an ‘s’ to an ‘i’. I also added a little debug feature as I got a little bored with my output panel being flooded with text, and made the output traces a little more readable. I’ll talk about how to use this in the coming tutorial.