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Imagine how amazing it would be to send 64 channels of audio over one ethernet cable! If you’re using Dante you can do just that! In this tutorial Ableton Live Certified Trainer Will Doggett shows you how to connect Ableton Live to a Dante network to send your audio out of Ableton Live using only an Ethernet cable!
Dante is a audio over IP protocol that allows you to send low-latency audio over an ethernet cable. It’s a great solution to send audio from devices to a sound console with a Dante card.
Using Dante Virtual Sound Card : https://audinate.com/products/software/dante-virtual-soundcard you can send audio directly from Ableton Live to your console. With a few tweaks in Dante Controller: http://www.audinate.com/products/software/dante-controller you can name your outputs (so they show up at your console automatically named), and you can route from any transmitter to a receiver.
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