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I'm looking for a software that works with Arduino that uses something like Audacity to help sync it to  the music.
Its for a Firework controller firing 150 relays. Any Idea? Or am I going to have to really write ALL that code?


What about MAX/MSP plug-in for Abelton music software? i think this will allow all the interaction you could need between a music platform and the arduino it's all ready set up for it and there is loads of people all ready doing it so coding it should be  a lot easier


Jan 19, 2011, 04:24 pm Last Edit: Jan 19, 2011, 04:58 pm by MEMPHIS7291 Reason: 1
Awesome! exactly what im looking for a think. But do I really have to pay $300 for Ableton? And which version is best? and what all else do I need for the 2 to talk to each other?

I'm Using Arduino Mega with SN74HC595 To control 150 relays, will Ableton be able to understand all that?


Is  there a cheaper version of ableton?


Abelton should have no problem with the relays. Yes it is a bit expensive I think you get a free version with some sound cards. So if you haven't got one already thats an option. I think a cut down version (which will do fine as far as i know) comes free with http://www.m-audio.com/index.php?do=products.family&ID=PCIinterfaces these sound card. Check but it definitely come with one of them. It's a much cheaper way to get it

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