The best audio tech at Winter NAMM 2010

We check out the best in music-making tech

Ableton and Serato are two of the biggest names when it comes to DJ software. That's why many people were probably elated to hear that musicians and DJs would be able to use both applications together. Announced at Winter NAMM 2010, "The Bridge" essentially lets you use Ableton Live set files in Serato ITCH, while also being able to save ITCH sets as Ableton files. The creative potential for leveraging the multi-tracking and time-stretching capabilities of Ableton Live within the virtual DJ interface of Serato ITCH is certainly exciting. The Bridge will be available for free for owners of both Serato Scratch Live and Ableton Live 8 or Suite 8.

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