Monday, 21 June 2010

Ableton x Serato The Bridge Official Music production & DJing Now Bridged Together

Those with a passion for music making already know who Ableton and
Serato are, what they may not know is that the two companies have been
working together since October 2008 to come up with a new product, The
Bridge, that they promise to be the future of digital DJing .
Narrowing the gap between music production and DJing, the new produ
ct sits somewhere between the full versions of Ableton Live and the
Serato Scratch Live (or ITCH). That's because using The Bridge now
allows you to import DJ sets in Ableton and control the tempo or the
pitch, while Serato allows you to import your favorite Ableton
instruments and gives you turntable-style control of your own multitrack
productions.
What's even more interesting is that The Bridge won't cost you a dime if
you have both the registered version of Serato Scratch Live or ITCH
hardware and the Ableton Live 8 or Suite 8. Regarding availability,
there's nothing official other than coming soon, but we'll make sure you
know more when there's more.
Meanwhile here's stuff from their websites:
Ableton to Serato: The Bridge gives you the ultimate mixtape creation
tool. Perform your mix in Scratch Live or ITCH and save it as an
automated Ableton Live Set. Play your mix rather than cut and paste in a
DAW. Forget about having to start a mixtape from scratch because of a
mistake at minute fifty-nine. Each song is recorded and laid out on a
track in Live separately, and any moves you've made with your hardware
are recorded along with the track. Edit, add beat synced loops and
virtual instruments, stretch, chop and manipulate your mix as required
– with Ableton Live's production tools at your fingertips
Serato to Ableton: The Bridge gives you the ultimate mixtape creation
tool. Perform your mix in Scratch Live or ITCH and save it as an
automated Ableton Live Set. Play your mix rather than cut and paste in a
DAW. Forget about having to start a mixtape from scratch because of a
mistake at minute fifty-nine. Each song is recorded and laid out on a
track in Live separately, and any moves you've made with your hardware
are recorded along with the track. Edit, add beat synced loops and
virtual instruments, stretch, chop and manipulate your mix as required
– with Ableton Live's production tools at your fingertips
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