Ableton today unveiled their latest iOS technology: Ableton Live Export. While Ableton Link has been a boon to everyone, this one is mostly just for Ableton Live users. If you are an Ableton Live user you'll be able to export optimized clips from supporting apps. So far that list of apps includes Blocs Wave, Triqtraq, and Patterning. They've opened up the SDK though, so we'll probably see a lot more in the near future.
Even if you have no interest in exporting to Ableton Live, this promo video featuring Olmypia Noise Co.'s Ben and Triqtraq developer Sebastian looks like a lot of fun!
Ben from Patterning and Sebastian from Triqtraq join Martin from Ableton for a jam session across platforms using Link and the new Export Live Set feature.
In a growing number of apps you can save your ideas as Live Sets – complete with audio and MIDI clips.
If you are a developer and would like to learn more about Export visit: http://ableton.github.io/export/