Reactable Mobile iOS Update Integrates Ableton Link

reactable_mobile_screenshotReactable has released a new version of their mobile iOS music app which integrates Ableton Link, a new technology that allows users to connect and synchronize between multiple Link-enabled apps over a wireless network.

Based on their Reactable Live! software, Reactable Mobile is a synthesiser that enables the user to play and process their own sound samples and audio input. Sessions can be loaded and stored, and shared

Reactable Mobile v2.4 also gives users the capability to add new objects to all of his/her tables. This affords the user greater power to create more complex and extensive tables.

Reactable Mobile key features:

  • Available for iOS and Android
  • Get exclusive content by renowned musicians
  • More than 20 virtual objects including sound generators, effects and controllers
  • Accelerometer and microphone input
  • Save and share your sessions
  • High quality 44kHz stereo sound
  • Direct access to the Reactable Community

reactable_mobile_screenshot_with_ableton_linkAbleton Link integrated for Reactable Mobile for iOS. The new Reactable mobile version 2.4 for iOS now also integrates Ableton Link, a new technology that allows to connect and synchronize between multiple Link-enabled apps over a wireless network. Users can play with multiple instances of Reactable Mobile and other Link-enabled devices or applications, including Ableton Live, sharing tempo and phase.

Pricing and Availability. Reactable Mobile v2.4 is available now for iOS device users in the iTunes app store ($9.99). Reactable Mobile for Android (v2.3.14) is available via the Google Play store ($7.79), and at Amazon ($9.00).

More information is available on the Reactable Mobile app website.

2 thoughts on “Reactable Mobile iOS Update Integrates Ableton Link

  1. The update is cool, but it looks like the video was done by somebody that has no idea how either Link or mobile music apps work.

    How are these people supposed to be jamming together, when only WE as the viewer can really hear all the sounds from the three devices?

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