Ableton Link Now Available To Sync Up iOS Devices Wirelessly

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

    1. Easiest sync across devices I’ve ever experienced. I was afraid of latency or dropouts but it’s actually really reliable so far!

  1. 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)

  2. 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.

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