Two more pieces of software have been added to the growing list of Ableton Link enabled apps.
Beat Detect and Remixvideo are two diverse new apps that have a home on the versatile and ever-growing Ableton Link platform.
To the uninitiated, Ableton Link is a platform that syncs multiple devices across the same wifi network. This enables a variety of third party instruments and live musicians to sync wirelessly.
Beat Detect is a simple solution to ascertaining BPM of a beat through the microphone of a device.
It promises to be a straightforward way to sync Link enabled apps to the tempo of a live instrument and a way to get a true reading on playing speed.
Remixvideo is a bit more involved though. It claims to be a “complete VJ software solution that makes it easy for anyone to mix and match music and visuals”.
Remixvideo can play video samples that start and stop in time, automatically syncs audio and video together, and you can even change the BPM in real time.
Visit Ableton for a full list of Link enabled apps.
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