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.ALP File Extension

File Type 1Ableton Live Pack File

DeveloperAbleton
Popularity
3.7 (6 Votes)
CategoryPlugin Files
FormatBinary

Binary

This file is saved in a binary format, which requires a specific program to read its contents.

What is an ALP file?

Audio package used by Ableton Live, an application used for creating electronic mixes; contains extra sounds for the program and may include .ALS live set files, samples, and presets; allows DJs to have more options when creating mixes.

More Information

You can double-click an ALP file to install it in Ableton Live.

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Programs that open ALP files
Updated 8/29/2014

File Type 2AnyLogic Project File

DeveloperThe AnyLogic Company
Popularity
3.4 (9 Votes)
CategoryDeveloper Files
FormatXML

XML

This file is saved in an XML format. You can view the XML structure and contents of the file in a text editor.

.ALP File Association 2

Project file created by AnyLogic, an IDE used for developing simulation models; may store one of several types of supported AnyLogic model types, such as a discrete event simulation model, a system dynamics model, or an agent based model; saves all project information, including the model design canvas, configured simulation experiments, model parameters, and references to external project resources.

More Information

AnyLogic models can be exported to standalone Java applications or to Java applets that run in Java-enabled Web browsers.

NOTE: ALP files are saved in an XML format and therefore are suitable for storing in a version control repository. The XML format is compatible with both Windows and Mac OS X versions of the software.

Programs that open ALP files
Windows
AnyLogic
Mac
AnyLogic
Updated 11/6/2013

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