EspGrid already does this and has been used and tested for years (although 
continues to develop of course)!
http://d0kt0r0.github.io/EspGrid/

-D

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From: haskell-art@group.lurk.org [haskell-art@group.lurk.org] on behalf of Tom 
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Sent: Friday, September 16, 2016 9:46 AM
To: haskell-art@group.lurk.org
Subject: Re: [haskell art] Ableton link

Agreed, this could be very cool. Promises to be a common language for
timing, where participants can use different applications, enter and leave
at any time, make tempo changes...



On Wed, Sep 14, 2016 at 3:56 PM, Alex McLean <a...@slab.org> wrote:

> Ableton link have open sourced their sync protocol:
>   https://ableton.github.io/link/
>
> It would be wonderful to have a haskell implementation!
>
> alex
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