Zaplin Music has released an update of their music sequencing app Triqtraq – Jam Sequencer with Ableton Live Set Export.
The new export option plus a free license of Ableton Live 9 Lite are now included in Triqtraq version 1.7 as a free update. The update also comes with 4 new Sample Kits.
Triqtraq users can now export their musical ideas directly from Triqtraq to Ableton Live for further tweaking, mixing and arranging. An Ableton Live Set exported from Triqtraq contains separate Audio Clips per Channel and Scenes for each of the (up to 16) Triqtraq Patterns. For users that don’t own Ableton Live, Triqtraq comes bundled with a license of Live 9 Lite that imports up to 8 Triqtraq Patterns.
The export functionality is newly available in Triqtraq, Olympia Noise’s Patterning and Novation’s Blocs Wave app.
Watch Sebastian Schatz of Triqtraq and Patterning developer Ben Kamen show Ableton Live Set Export in action in Ableton’s official demo video.
Changes in Triqtraq – Jam Sequencer v1.7
- Ableton Live Set Export: export Triqtraq Sessions as Ableton Live Sets containing separate Audio Tracks and Scenes.
- Triqtraq now comes bundled with Ableton Live 9 Lite (get your copy via Menu – Export – Ableton Live Set).
- New Sample Kits: Berlin (Drums), Subbd (Bass), Electric Bass 3 (Bass), CrunchedSynth (Keys).
Triqtraq for iPhone and iPad is available on the App Store for $4.99 USD / 4.99 EUR / £3.99 GBP.
More information: Triqtraq – Jam Sequencer