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Endlesss started as a mobile app where electronic musicians could create and collaborate. Now it’s widening its horizons with two new features to bring sounds in from external sources.

First, it’s opening up to third-party instruments, FX and samples, so that it plays nicely with software including Ableton, Logic and Pro Tools, as well as a variety of plugins. Second, it’s now allowing musicians to import audio loops from other applications too.

“Now any musician can take something they’ve recorded on Ableton or Pro Tools, drop it into Endlesss, play around with it on the bus or join a jam to see what ideas others have, and then when they’re happy add it back into their DAW,” is how CEO Tim Exile described the impact.

Endlesss first emerged in 2018, commercially launched its iOS app in 2020, and has since expanded to the desktop, and been used by more than 150,000 musicians.

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Stuart Dredge

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