Bitwig Workshops at ADE, OCTOBER 19-21
Bitwig@Cruise Control Studios
Rokin 75, 1012 KL, Amsterdam
Thursday, Friday, Saturday — October 19-21, 13:00 - 15:00
Entry is free - license raffle every day!
We bring together software and hardware, physical and virtual, desktop and app. With Bitwig Studio as the centerpiece you can work seamlessly across technologies, connecting hardware synths and drum machines via MIDI, or patch into your eurorack system with CV, straight out of the DAW and back again.
Join us and our friends of Sonicwire and Irrupt at Cruise Control Studios to check out Bitwig Studio 2.2, followed by daily jam sessions where instrumentalists, hardware synth wizards, and software musicians perform together and share their experiences. Learn how they—and ultimately you—use Bitwig Studio to bridge diverse technologies in the music production landscape.
We kick off at 13:30 with an introduction to Bitwig Studio, followed by an interactive jam session, where you can meet and learn direct from the artists.
If you'd like to schedule a meeting with us outside of the workshop schedule, please get in touch here.
Sapporo, Japan-based DJ/producer and guitarist Shigeru Tanabu is known for releases on Francois Kevorkian’s Wave Music as well as Tokyo’s Apt. International label. Tanabu has collaborated with Brendon Moeller under his Beat Pharmacy guise and is currently working on several new exciting projects involving some hot names in the industry. Shigeru Tanabu works as a manager at Sonicwire, Japan's biggest online retailer for music software and sound products.
Goran Simonoski aka Tapan
Tapan, alias Goran Simonoski from Irrupt, is a multi-talented and much sought-after sound designer and musician. He joins us bringing the unmistakable sound of eurorack and hardware drums, and to demonstrate how the otherwise separate worlds of software and hardware can merge into one.