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There are different ways to use Tidal with your friends. For example using the [https://github.com/Qirky/Troop Troop] multi-user editor for a etherpad/google docs like experience, or via the web-based [https://github.com/d0kt0r0/extramuros Extramuros] and [https://github.com/d0kt0r0/Estuary Estuary].
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There are different ways to use Tidal with your friends.  
  
 
This page however is about how to use tidal with a 'traditional' editor on multiple laptops, and have them sync.
 
This page however is about how to use tidal with a 'traditional' editor on multiple laptops, and have them sync.
  
* [[Network tempo sharing]]
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* Shared editors
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** [https://github.com/Qirky/Troop Troop] multi-user editor for a etherpad/google docs like experience
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** web-based [https://github.com/d0kt0r0/extramuros Extramuros]
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** web-based [https://github.com/d0kt0r0/Estuary Estuary] (including 'minitidal')
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* [[Network tempo sharing]] - between tidal instances running on different computers
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* [[Link synchronisation]] - between tidal and other software compatible with Ableton's Link protocol

Revision as of 14:51, 17 April 2019

There are different ways to use Tidal with your friends.

This page however is about how to use tidal with a 'traditional' editor on multiple laptops, and have them sync.


  • Shared editors
    • Troop multi-user editor for a etherpad/google docs like experience
    • web-based Extramuros
    • web-based Estuary (including 'minitidal')
  • Network tempo sharing - between tidal instances running on different computers
  • Link synchronisation - between tidal and other software compatible with Ableton's Link protocol