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We've compiled five use cases for version 5's new MSEGs to give you some ideas of how to use these powerful tools.
This video walks through all five of Bitwig's new MSEGs, what they do, and how to use each one.
Watch a short tutorial video to get an overview of version 5's new Clip Launcher functions, from release actions to ALT triggers.
Streamline your creative process using Polarity's approach to modulation and automation.
Learn how to integrate your external hardware with Bitwig Studio, from MIDI controllers to external FX and modular systems.
Learn how to connect your hardware synthesizers to Bitwig Studio, sync drum machines and groove boxes, or control external gear with step-by step instructions.
Each video examines one feature of Bitwig Studio in the context of contemporary production techniques. By pairing each workflow with musical outcomes, the focus stays on real uses and the user.
We'll walk you through how to connect your pedals and other external FX to Bitwig Studio.
This tutorial covers everything you need to know about integrating modular into Bitwig Studio.
Learn how to use Bitwig's spectral devices in quick walkthroughs.
Watch Bitwig certified trainer Pat Cupo teach Mylar Melodies how to make a simple electro track sketch in Bitwig Studio from start to finish.
Freq Split gives each band a color and sends it to that channel.
Harmonic Split finds the fundamental frequency of a sound and breaks the signal into two channels of harmonics, plus a non-harmonic channel.
From mixdown tasks to creative processing techniques, this little device has got you covered.
Mastering this advanced Spectral Suite device is easy, thanks to its simple mixing controls and overall structure.
It's synth design time. Learn how to build a dramatic and dynamic synth voice with voice stacking.
Voice stacking is a special Bitwig feature for multiplying and shaping notes and more.
Bitwig creators teach you how to use space and tone with the new devices and features added in version 4.3.
In this episode, we see polyphony in action and then move to The Grid, where audio signals can last forever and polyphonic audio FX can separately process each note.
Learn how to use them on instruments and hardware, soft synths or as FX modules in The Grid.
In the spirit of The Grid, our new Note Grid device allows you to build your own note FX.
Bitwig creators have made over 30 videos about Bitwig Studio 4.2. Here are some highlights from the creator community.
Bitwig expert Polarity made a recent tutorial video about using the Transient Control, one of Bitwig Studio's dynamics devices.
Learn how Operators work and how to use them in your projects to create more lively sequences.
Learn how to use comping in Bitwig Studio to create the perfect take.
Learn how to use Note FX to use them in a performance-ready context in this video.
Learn how to create a hi-hat performer and let Bitwig's Note FX program drums for you.
We explore differences between audio and note processing, how to categorize Bitwig Studio's Note FX, and then find musical uses for them.
An introduction to, and a deeper look at Bitwig Studio, with Claire Marie Lim.
A round-up of helpful and creative 4.1 Note FX demos from Bitwig experts.
Thavius Beck demos a generative method for using Bitwig Studio 4.1's new Note FX in a short video tutorial.
A veteran since Bitwig Studio 1 sheds some insight into her process for recording hard-hitting techno and contemplative soundscapes in a step-by-step guide.
Learn 15 tips for Bitwig Studio Beginners in this video tutorial.
Watch the Bitwig lecture at Superbooth 2021 to learn techniques for turning clips into evolving musical phrases.
A quick tour of Bitwig Studio's workflow and possibilities, including sequencers, per-note expressions, controller integration, modulation, a Sampler made for sound design, and a peek at The Grid.
Crossfading allows you to blend and morph between different sound sources, timbres and pitches. In this article, we'll break down three methods for creating a crossfading synth in The Grid.
Take a crash course on Operators, Comping, Expression Spread and other music production tips.
Check out these three videos from the Bitwig community that we particularly enjoyed – by Polarity, TÂCHES, and Audio Digital.
If you are shaping sounds, you are using synthesis techniques. And lucky for us, the Polymer instrument makes it easy on both sides of our brain...
In this tutorial video, Thavius Beck shows the new intuitive Bitwig support for Native Instruments’ Komplete Kontrol S MK2 series...
Watch the video to learn techniques and tricks using software and hardware together.
With the right tools, note editing can be quick and smooth. We'll go from controller setup thru basic editing, including note painting techniques and even display options to focus on MPE and more...
In this workshop, producer and sound designer Venus Theory will demonstrate Bitwig within the context of actual music production.
Watch two Bitwig Studio videos in Japanese, from Imsta Festa Tokyo 2020.
Two Portuguese videos demonstrating music production in Bitwig Studio.
Für das Imsta Festa 2020 hat Bitwig-Guru Polarity zwei 30-minutige Lernvideos erstellt.
We’ve recently added support for Maschine MK3, Maschine Plus, and Komplete Kontrol S MK2 series. In two walk-through videos you’ll learn the capabilities of these controller extensions.
Audio clips are the building blocks for arranging music. Learn how audio editing works.
Get a first look of Bitwig Studio 3.3 with our own Dave Linnenbank.
Recording audio in Bitwig Studio works onto the timeline or straight into the Clip Launcher.
Bitwig's Clip Launcher is a realtime companion to the Arranger, but it can also create arrangements in its own right.
Each modern DAW has some kind of linear Arranger and a free-form clip Launcher. What sets Bitwig Studio apart is how the two sequencers can be used together.
A walkthru of Bitwig's flagship equalizer, featuring quick gestures, visualization of reference tracks, and even sidechaining. See your new go-to EQ in action.
Making an audio repeater is so interesting and fun that we build it once in The Grid and once with standard devices.
It isn't always a "happy accident," but when feedback is done intentionally, rich and changing sounds can be found.
Cultural modes, historical tunings, artistic visions, or just reshaping the keyboard — the Micro-pitch device and its included presets unlock worlds of possibilities.
In this tutorial series, we look at universal ideas in sound synthesis and programming.
The Grid is Bitwig Studio's modular sound-design environment, made for fun. Get a first glance, learn some new concepts, or just watch as we build things. Bring your ideas, and maybe some popcorn.
From loading your own audio to modulation and using different synthesis modes, this series will get you sampling in no time. Any audio file has a kaleidoscope of possibilities with Bitwig's Sampler.
This tutorial builds an arpeggiator in The Grid.
In this tutorial, we examine various pitch controls, see how note pitches are used by Polysynth, and create an FX Grid patch that sets the sample rate of audio with incoming note messages.
Dynamically retune notes, import scales and temperaments, find new modes of expression with the Micro-pitch device.
In this demonstration, Bitwig's very own Fredrik Astevall covers setting up Bitwig with modular CV gear.
This tutorial builds a distortion in The Grid.
This tutorial looks at three examples of math in synthesis: making a patch velocity-sensitive, exploring the relationship of low-pass filters and amplitude, and building a looping envelope.
This tutorial builds a sequencer in The Grid.
This tutorial explores phase for driving step sequencers and animating sound inside The Grid.
This tutorial explores basic control signals, a core building block of patching.
This tutorial constructs a basic synthesizer in The Grid.
This recorded lecture explores important topics for constructing synthesizers, adaptive audio effects, and other performable structures.
Whether using included devices or VST plug-ins, sidechaining can make a mix gel and so much more. See how any parameter can be controlled by audio signal, only in Bitwig Studio.
The VST plug-in support in Bitwig Studio is special, let us explain why.
Learn the basics of Sampler in this video tutorial.
Looking at modulation, playback offsets and freeze in Sampler.
Get familiar with Sampler’s Cycles mode, and use it to create complex, musical timbres from any sample.
Exploring the Textures play mode, putting granular synthesis at your fingertips.
Learn about multisample zones, splits, gestures, layers, and the select parameter.
Explore advanced tricks and features for multisamples in Sampler.
Writer and educator Dave Linnenbank gave a synthesis workshop at Superbooth18, looking at looking at modular, analog hardware beside digital phase-manipulation techniques
Take a closer look at the Instrument Selector and FX Selector, powerful tools to build flexible device chains.
Exploring the concept of per-voice (or polyphonic) modulation in Bitwig Studio.
Expand Bitwig Studio's modulation system immensely by cross-modulation, that is: modulating other modulators.
Envelopes and LFOs are only the start. In Bitwig, our 30+ modulator devices can animate any device or VST plug-in. Get the overview, and start using our program-wide modulation system today.
Bitwig certified trainer Thavius Beck returns with a look at the MIDI Clock Sync feature.
Bitwig certified trainer Thavius Beck explores the Amp audio effect device.
When it comes to editing, workflow is king. See how to create and fine-tune fades on any audio material, preserving your transients along the way.
If you have a touch screen, Bitwig Studio gives you a new way to make music. See how editing, mixing, and performing have been reinvented for this new paradigm. Even use the screen as an MPE keyboard.
Explore the Tablet display profile in Bitwig Studio.
A brief introduction to the Radial Gesture Menu
The note editor is fully responsive to multi-touch interactions.
Learn how easy drum editing can be with multi-touch and gestures.
How to use gestures and multi-touch in arrangement.
How to use the Mixer with touch interactions.