Exporting Sets from a Korg iOS app
- Live Versions: 9.1 and later
- Operating System: All
The following Korg iOS apps can export your music as an Ableton Live Set (.als) file:
The example shows how this works with the Korg Gadget app, but it works similar with the others. Please refer to Korg's online resources and the documentation of your specific app for more details about the Live Set export.
In the Export menu of the Korg Gadget app, you'll find the entry Ableton Live Project.
Selecting this will prepare a Live Set export and provide you with two options to finish the export.
iTunes: this will store an Ableton Live Project, containing the Live Set (.als) file and all necessary audio files, directly on your mobile device. Next time you sync your device with your computer, you can access the Project via iTunes. Save it to a location on your computer first before opening the Set in Live.
Dropbox: this option requires a Dropbox account. It will store an Ableton Live Project, containing the Live Set (.als) file and all necessary audio files, inside your Dropbox folder. To open this Set in Live, retrieve it from your Dropbox folder and save it on your computer drive before opening it in Live. Please refer to the Dropbox online resources for more information on sharing files.
If you don't have a Live license already, you can get a free Lite license directly in-app. Then download Live Lite and install it on your computer.
Once exported you can check out how to use the exported set within Live.