Quick Answer: Yes, Liquid Notes supports Live - however, there are limitations in Live when it comes to exporting MIDI.
A Quick SummaryLiquid Notes does support Ableton Live, i.e. it is possible to route multitrack arrangements from Liquid Notes to Live. Sadly, Live doesn't support multitrack MIDI export which is what Liquid Notes has been designed for. On the other side, at present Liquid Notes also does not support importing of multiple MIDI files individually.
We are aware of this and the limitations this provides to users of Ableton Live, and we are currently working on a solution; i.e. soon it will be possible to import multiple single track MIDIs into Liquid Notes.
Meanwhile, you can either:
Use any third-party MIDI Tool (e.g. Anvil Studio) or DAW to combine the single track files, or
- Export a (single) harmony track from Live (because this is the least Liquid Notes would need for harmony analysis) and process it with Liquid Notes.
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