ableton-link 1.0.0+dfsg-2 source package in Ubuntu

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Debian Multimedia Maintainers on 2016-10-31
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Bionic release on 2017-10-24 universe misc
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ableton-link-dev: synchronizes musical applications on multiple devices - development

 Ableton Link, a technology that synchronizes musical beat, tempo, and phase
 across multiple applications running on one or more devices. Applications on
 devices connected to a local network discover each other automatically and form
 a musical session in which each participant can perform independently: anyone
 can start or stop while still staying in time. Anyone can change the tempo, the
 others will follow. Anyone can join or leave without disrupting the session.
 .
 Ableton Link is implemented as a header-only C++-library.
 This package contains the development files.

ableton-link-utils: synchronizes musical applications on multiple devices - cmdline utils

 Ableton Link, a technology that synchronizes musical beat, tempo, and phase
 across multiple applications running on one or more devices. Applications on
 devices connected to a local network discover each other automatically and form
 a musical session in which each participant can perform independently: anyone
 can start or stop while still staying in time. Anyone can change the tempo, the
 others will follow. Anyone can join or leave without disrupting the session.
 .
 This package contains cmdline utilities to check synchronisation.

ableton-link-utils-dbgsym: debug symbols for package ableton-link-utils

 Ableton Link, a technology that synchronizes musical beat, tempo, and phase
 across multiple applications running on one or more devices. Applications on
 devices connected to a local network discover each other automatically and form
 a musical session in which each participant can perform independently: anyone
 can start or stop while still staying in time. Anyone can change the tempo, the
 others will follow. Anyone can join or leave without disrupting the session.
 .
 This package contains cmdline utilities to check synchronisation.

ableton-link-utils-gui: synchronizes musical applications on multiple devices - GUI utils

 Ableton Link, a technology that synchronizes musical beat, tempo, and phase
 across multiple applications running on one or more devices. Applications on
 devices connected to a local network discover each other automatically and form
 a musical session in which each participant can perform independently: anyone
 can start or stop while still staying in time. Anyone can change the tempo, the
 others will follow. Anyone can join or leave without disrupting the session.
 .
 This package contains GUI utilities to check synchronisation.

ableton-link-utils-gui-dbgsym: debug symbols for package ableton-link-utils-gui

 Ableton Link, a technology that synchronizes musical beat, tempo, and phase
 across multiple applications running on one or more devices. Applications on
 devices connected to a local network discover each other automatically and form
 a musical session in which each participant can perform independently: anyone
 can start or stop while still staying in time. Anyone can change the tempo, the
 others will follow. Anyone can join or leave without disrupting the session.
 .
 This package contains GUI utilities to check synchronisation.