Endlesss Studio, Tim Exile’s Collaborative Jam App Is Ready To Hit Your MacOS DAW

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Endlesss Studio, Tim Exile’s online collaborative loop-based groovebox app is now available for macOS with VST/AU plugin support.

In March I reported on Endlesss, the new software development from Tim Exile, known from many Native Instruments products. Endlesss is an innovative loop-based groovebox app with which you can jam online with your friends even in times of a worldwide pandemic.

Until now, Endlesss was limited to iOS, now the tide has turned. Today, they launched Endlesss Studio on macOS with VST/AU support that integrates seamlessly in your DAW.

Endlesss Studio

Endlesss Studio

Endlesss Studio is a powerful cloud-connected multi-track looper with a large collection of performance instruments and FX. TIt ships with a broad collection of performance-optimized instruments designed to inspire creativity straight out of the box. It also includes 23 creative performance FX with instant recursive re-sampling capability. What makes the whole package so exciting in my opinion is the online collaboration factor and the workflow.

In contrast to normal apps, you don’t jam in your own bubble alone and isolated. Here you jam in a group either with a random group of musicians or with your best friends. And wherever you want: on the couch, in the studio, on the go…

Now you can do the same on your macOS in a standalone app or as VST/AU plugin

Endlesss Studio


This version brings deep integration with all major DAWs such as Logic Pro, Ableton Live, FL Studio, and more. VST and AU plugin versions, MIDI controller support, and instant audio drag & drop to connect the rapid Endlesss workflow to the heart of the professional music creation environment. 

“Studio is Endlesss’s next step in building a home for creative musical culture where creators of every skill level can connect, learn and build communities around creativity,” explains Tim Exile, musician and Endlesss CEO and founder. “As the lines between artist and fan erode, Endlesss is building an ecosystem where anyone can forge their own creative path. Whether that path leads to a tight-knit community of like-minded friends or rising to the top of the Billboard charts, Endlesss aims to put purpose and culture at the heart of music-making.”

A highlight of the new VST / AU plug-in version is not only the integration into the DAW but also the link with known hardware controllers such as the Ableton Push 2 or Maschine Mk3. There are templates for each hardware with which you can jam immediately.

This link to the DAW world also simplifies the communication with hardware. Thanks to Ableton Link, everything stays in sync in your DAW.

Endless Studio is available now for an introductory price of $99 / €99 / £79. The 50% OFF discount on the price is valid until 31st March 2020. Regular price $199 / €199 / £159. A Windows version is under development and will be available in summer 2021. 

More information here: Endlesss

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