You should record the sound that came from the Analog Laboratory pads to an external audio track.For Ableton you can proceed like this (10 steps):
1/ Drag and drop Analog Laboratory to a new track
2/ For the test, we will use the arrangement view, so choose it
3/ Double click on the line just below the "Analog Laboratory" name track in order to create a MIDI clip
4/ Select the MIDI clip you've just created
5/ Create a MIDI note to run the PADS:
E-8 for the Pad 1
F-8 for the Pad 2
F#8 for the Pad 3
G-8 for the Pad 4Now it's time for the recording
6/ Create a new Audio Track (Right Click + create an Audio track)
7/ Make sure you see the I/O, otherwise, click on the I/O button (on the bottom right of your screen) ==> More informations here: https://www.ableton.com/en/manual/routing-and-i-o/
8/ Under the "Audio to" of the Analog Laboratory track, select the Audio Track you've just created
9/ bellow Monitor section of your Audio track, you must select the button "IN", and make sure you have the record button of the audio track selected.
10/ Click the record button and press play.
hope this is not so complicated.