Live specific file types (.adg / .als / .alp / ...)

  • Live Versions: All
  • Operating System: All

Please find below a list of the file types used by Live. 

.adg = ableton device group files (contains the preset for Instrument Racks, Drum Racks or Audio Effect Racks).

.agr = ableton groove file (contains timing and “feel” for the modification of clips).

.adv = ableton device preset (contains a stored variation of a Live device).

.alc = ableton live clip (contains references to samples on disk, rather than the audio data itself).

.als = ableton live set or template set (contains the layout of a set, such as tracks, devices, Clips etc).

.alp = ableton live pack (contains either factory content or a packed Live set. Note: Pure content packs can only be created by Ableton).

.ams = ableton meta sound (contains a microtonal, additive synthesis waveform which can be created by Operator).

.amxd = ableton max for Live device (contains the Max for Live device which can be edited and modified with Max).

.asd = ableton sample analysis file (contains certain information about analyzed audio data). Use the "Save" button in Clip View to save settings to the .asd file such as Warp mode on/off, Warp markers, Transpose, loop settings etc.

.ask = ableton skin file (contains the colors of Live's Graphical User Interface).