This video demonstrates how you can work Moog Animoog into a Ableton Live workflow.
Here’s what AbletonCookbook has to say about the demo:
I used the Launchpad to quickly arm and launch new clips that I am recording the Animoog into. When I use a setup like this, where I am using one instrument (be it a synthesizer or an iPad app) to record into mulitple tracks, I like to map the bottom row of the Launchpad to the record-arm buttons of individual tracks. Remember that the default mapping of the Launchpad can be overridden with conventional MIDI mappings. This way, you can keep the whole affair on one page.
Make sure that your record arming is set to Exclusive in the Preferences. This will make it so that only one track can be armed at once. This way, with one button, you can decide which track the instrument is going to.