Jam together wirelessly
with modular synths,
and iOS music apps
Desktop Modular Clock Generator with Wireless Sync via Ableton Link Integration
The Missing Link brings Ableton Link to the analog world. Connect The Missing Link’s clock output to your rack of modular synths. Plug in a class-compliant USB MIDI interface and start sending MIDI clock to your drum machines. Now it is effortless to get jamming with iOS music apps and synchronize with DJ and VJ software that support Ableton Link.
USB MIDI Host
Add a class-compliant USB MIDI interface and start outputting MIDI clock to all of your drum machines and sequencers!
Sometimes The Missing Link is a little ahead or behind in time with respect to your other Link devices. Now you can adjust the delay compensation the way you would adjust track delay in Ableton Live or other DAWs.
Easy WiFi Setup
If The Missing Link can’t find a WiFi network to connect to, it will go in to Access Point Mode. Connect directly to The Missing Link via WiFi to configure it to connect to your WiFi network.
Link 3.0 Support
Now all your Link 3.0-compatible apps can tell The Missing Link to start or stop in sync. Or, The Missing Link can tell your other devices when to start and stop. It’s quite magical to watch.
Applications for The Missing Link
Connect to Modular Synths
Connect to Drum Machines with a Class-Compliant USB Port
Connect to Drum Machines with a MIDI DIN Port
Connect to a USB Host, such as a computer or a MIDI distribution box
Keep in touch
What’s a DIN Sync?
DIN Sync is an analog clock synchronization standard created before MIDI took over. In fact, it uses the same DIN cable as MIDI, confusing things further. DIN Sync is used in a lot of older Roland and Korg gear such as the Roland TR-808 or 909. The Missing Link now supports DIN Sync clocking standards via an 1/8″ TS to DIN plug adapter. It’s easy to make an adapter if you are handy with a soldering iron.