“Bitwig can be quick for creating material you can accurately control and mix with straight away. It's also quirky enough to explore unconventional modulations.”
A most influential producer and music innovator of the modern age, Cristian Vogel’s name has found pride of place amongst the catalogues of definitive techno labels and experimental outlets such as Tresor, Mille Plateaux and NovaMute, with more dance oriented wares finding their way through Force Inc., Ferox and the Super_Collider collaboration with Jamie Lidell.
More recently too Vogel has been tracing the outskirts of abstract dance music via a stream of records for Berlin’s Shitkatapult, and alongside his current side-project NEL for EPM Music, he’s been keeping his more abstract productions deep in the ether of clandestine platforms like SubRosa and The Tapeworm.
With his installation work and independent research modules in composition, stage and club culture, and studio, furthermore, he’s become one in the fold helping us at Bitwig to push the boundaries of its modular mechanics, preset design and software evolution.
Bitwig’s first artist package in 2015 was 'Cristian Vogel Bitwig Lab', and continuing this collaboration with the release of 'Cristian Vogel Bitwig Lab II'.