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The step-by-step procedure for sending MIDI to and receiving audio from a ReWire slave program is presented in the routing chapter see After you trigger playback, Live will wait until this bar is filled before starting. The first app or Live instance to join a Link session will set the initial tempo for the others. When using Link, you can start and stop playback of each device or application independently of every other connected device or application. This can either be a local network or an ad-hoc computer-to-computer connection.
Link-enabled software will remain in tempo as well as at the correct position in relation to the global launch quantization of all participants.
Timecode options can be set up per MIDI device. To adjust the delay, have both Live and the other sequencer play a rhythmical pattern with pronounced percussive sounds.
Find out more here. Live supports the ReWire interface for connecting with another ReWire-compatible audio program running on the same computer. Link can be used, however, when Live is the ReWire master. External synchronization will be disabled synchronize to the Abletoj master application instead.
Tempo changes cannot be tracked. Go to the Options menu, and then access the Time Ruler Format sub-menu. The programs in a ReWire connection play distinct roles: Live will not send sync or controller messages to the MIDI output.
However, as expected, running two audio-intensive programs on the same computer requires more resources than running a single program.
No audio input will be available to Live.
Live will interpret a Timecode message as a position in the Arrangement. You can then activate external sync either by switching on this button or by using the External Sync command in the Options menu.
Any Link-enabled apps or instances of Live can then change their tempo at any time and all others will follow. When on, the toggle will update to show the number of other Link-enabled apps or instances of Live that are on the same network. Ableton Link is a technology that keeps devices in time over a wired or wireless network.
MIDI Clock works like a metronome ticking at a fast wbleton.
Click to toggle Link on or off. Both protocols work with the notion of a sync masterwhich delivers a sync signal that is tracked by the sync slave s.
Note that you can adjust the Timecode format that is used for display in the Arrangement View: The rate of the incoming ticks is tempo-dependent: The sample rate is determined by the host application rather than by Live.
Reason 3 and Live
If you have not used Live yet, please launch Live so that it can install its ReWire engine in your system. Timecode messages carry no meter-related information; when slaving Live to another sequencer using MIDI Timecode, you will have to adjust the tempo manually.
Live can be synchronized via MIDI to an external sequencer. While listening to the output from both, adjust the Sync Delay control until both sounds are in perfect sync.