This update introduces Ableton Live export—the perfect feature for Ableton users who use Auxy as a sketch pad for new tracks. It also brings some important changes to how projects and samples are stored and managed in the app.
- Projects can now be exported as Ableton Live sets with instruments rendered as separate audio and MIDI tracks
- Projects and samples are now stored in the app for improved performance and reliability
- Projects and samples can now be easily imported and exported to iCloud and other places
- Any imported samples used in a project are now included when you share the project
- Each drum kit now has 16 sample slots and can be set to any color
- When you delete an unused loop you now get the option to delete all unused loops for that instrument
- A new option lets you duplicate automation when changing the loop length
- The Ableton Link library has been updated to the latest version
- We have fixed a number of bugs and crashes
About the New Project Features
Projects are now stored locally on your device (in the app). They are no longer stored in iCloud, which means you will always see all your projects and they will load instantly. Except for the improved reliability and performance, browsing and opening projects should work as usual.
Check the new Projects Help page for more details.
About the New Sample Features
Samples can now be imported and organized in the app, instead of referenced in iCloud. Once you have imported a sample, the app find it even if you rearrange your library. Note that if you have old projects with references to iCloud samples, you need to keep your library in the same order until you have opened these projects so that the app can update the sample references.
Check the new Samples Help page for more details.