We join PB Course Developer and Ableton-certified Trainer Freddy Frogs for a breakdown of Ableton Link in the latest edition of our tutorial series. Link has revolutionised performance within Ableton, with Freddy going as far as comparing it to the introduction of MIDI in 1982 (steady Freddy!). Prior to this feature, it was difficult to sync multiple pieces of hardware/software or live instruments. When using Link in Live, these problems are a thing of the past, with the software enabling natural interactions between musicians, allowing for much more flexibility and control when performing. Check it out in the video above and don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel for more tutorials and live events.
PB instructor and Ableton Certified trainer Freddy Frogs discusses Ableton Link in our latest video
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