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Category Archives: Tutorials
In the first part of this series I showed you some basic components and ideas to create surround projects in Bitwig Studio 1.1 despite it not being surround capable in the normal sense of the word. In the meantime, version 1.2 of BWS introduced group tracks, which offer a much … Continue reading
Madrona Labs had two very interesting and creative virtual synthesizers available for quite a while now, the legendary west-coast style “Aalto” and the physical modelling based “Kaivo“. Now they introduced the all new “Virta“, and while some of the GUI concepts look familiar if you used one of the others before, … Continue reading
Bitwig Studio doesn’t support Surround Mixing natively, but with it’s extremely flexible routing one can come up with quite interesting solutions.
Another round of frequently asked questions, random findings and other lore from the realms of Bitwig Studio! :-)
Bidirectional Communication with your Controller. On KVR, many users wanted to simply map CCs freely in Bitwig, but have bidirectional communication, so that motor-faders, LEDs or virtual controls in apps like the Lemur react and reflect the current state of things in Bitwig Studio and vice versa. For this to … Continue reading
Now that Bitwig Studio is out for 3 Weeks, I see certain Questions pop up quite regularly on the Forums at KVR. While some Concepts in BWS are very similar to Ableton Live and other DAWs, others are new and/or somehow not so obvious or obscured by how People are … Continue reading
In this Tutorial I want to explain how you can create separate Midi Channel Inputs for your Controller and also go over some basic concepts. As an example I use a Script I created for the use with the CopperLan Virtual Midi Cables VMidi1 and VMidi2. I needed separate Midi … Continue reading
Bitwigs Controller API can auto-detect Devices based on the names of their USB connections. So instead of selecting your Devices from the manual dropdown, you just press the auto-detection button in Preferences and your Controllers get added to the list and connected to the correct USB ports.
5 Days ago Bitwig Studio was finally released after many years of development. It is a great Audio Application for Creative Music Making with some similarities to Ableton Live, but enough new concepts of it’s own to set it apart.