Loopy, Patterning, Audiobus and more are among those compatible with the new technology.
The first iOS apps compatible with Ableton’s Link technology are now available from the App Store.
Loopy, drum machine Patterning, inter-app routing system Audiobus and Korg’s Electribe for iPhone are among the apps that currently work with Link, which syncs multiple devices over a wireless network and allows them to seamlessly play in time.
Link was revealed by Ableton in November, and is currently built in to the beta version of Live 9.5.1. Though the technology has been developed by Ableton, it doesn’t require Live to use, meaning iOS users can try it out now.
You can check the full list of Link-compatible iOS apps here, and find out how to get involved in the Live 9.5.1. beta at the Ableton site.
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