Hello, my name is***** to Justanswer! Give me just a few minutes to look up some specifics, I'm working on this now.
Do you still need help with this?
Hi, thanks for your patience. I had to take a couple of days away from the computer. I'm working on your question now, you have a lot of gear for me to understand without being able to see it. However, I think there is enough info here. Give me just a little bit.
Let's start with Loopy HD... It's a completely different program than Ableton. It's made to do only loops. If you wanted to use both together in a live setting, I would suggest using two separate machines, one running each program, then split each instrument so you have an input to each DAW, and a separate output for each.
As for midi, remember that midi is a controller, it contains no audio. Set your midi input channel on your controller to channel 1, as well as your output. Now in your midi settings in Ableton, they should already default to 1. You'll need to assign a virtual instrument to the instrument track. If you try this with an audio track, it will not work.
See if you can get at least Ableton working, and tell me how far you get.
What is the model number of your push device?
I'm having a hard time locating the rear of the push. Can you send a picture?
With Ableton, not so much... I'm a sound engineer, so I know how the connections and routing works. I'll open the question back up in case someone else knows Ableton.