Check out this great Ableton Link tutorial

The guys at ADSR have put together a real easy to follow tutorial video of how to utilise the new Ableton link feature which came out in the latest OS update.

What is link up and how may i use it you may ask? Well Ableton describes it here – People make music using a range of instruments, so Link helps you play together using a range of devices. A growing number of iOS apps have Link built in, which means anyone on the same network can play them in time with Live. You can even use Link without Live in your setup: play Link-enabled apps in time using multiple devices, or using multiple apps on the same device.

Hop on to the same network and jam with others using multiple instances of Live – Link keeps everyone in time. Anyone can start and stop their part while others keep playing. And anyone can adjust the tempo and the rest will follow. No MIDI cables, no installation, just free-flowing sync that works.

People make music using a range of instruments, so Link helps you play together using a range of devices. A growing number of iOS apps have Link built in, which means anyone on the same network can play them in time with Live. You can even use Link without Live in your setup: play Link-enabled apps in time using multiple devices, or using multiple apps on the same device.

Ableton Link info here.
Ableton Link enabled apps here.

This video examines how to set up Link and a few typical scenarios on how it could be used in your own studio.