Ableton recently introduced Ableton Link – a new way to streamline syncing of multiple devices – both computers running Live and iOS devices running music apps.
It’s now starting to appear in iOS apps. Here’s a video, via developer Oliver Greschke (Triqtraq and Elastic Drums), that demos syncing and performing with 7 iOS devices, wirelessly, using Ableton Link.
Ableton Link is also available in Audbus 2.3. Here’s a demo, via AudiobusApp:
If you’ve tried Ableton Link, leave a comment and share your thoughts on it!
8 thoughts on “Ableton Link Now Available To Sync Up iOS Devices Wirelessly”
So is there an ableton app on the way?
It’s in the 9.5.1 beta.
Was thinking of an ableton app for phones.
So simple, so easy it just works!
Easiest sync across devices I’ve ever experienced. I was afraid of latency or dropouts but it’s actually really reliable so far!
works well for me to…
I had MoDrums and korg gadget going though Filtaron into Loopy 😉
Loopy’s list of apps with ableton link doesn’t seem to be right… Loopy does have it, but isn’t listed & iKaossilator is listed but doesn’t have it (or not that I can see).EDIT… iKaossilator does have it
I’ll try with Ableton soon (just gotta download the beta with it)
does link work on ios7?
Requirements from the Ableton webshite:
Link will work on iOS 8 and 9. The oldest device that will support Link is the iPhone 4S.
Link will work in Live on Windows 7 and above, as well as Mac OS 10.7.5 and above.
This is great – I never thought I’d be excited about syncing apps and devices….I may have to reevaluate my life.