MEET THE MODULATORS
With Bitwig Studio 2 we introduce a brand new class of devices: Modulators. Modulators can be loaded into instruments, audio FX, plug-ins and hardware devices to modulate and control any parameter. This list of 24 modulators will expand as Bitwig Studio grows even further.
4-Stage is an advanced envelope that can be synced to tempo and looped.
ADSR Envelope inspired by and modelled on old analog classic synth envelopes.
Attack-Hold-Decay-Sustain-Release envelope with slope settings.
The Audio Sidechain modulator allows you to use any audio input (in the track or external) as a modulation source.
A simple yet powerful beat-synced LFO with expressive controls for wave shape and timing.
A simple button to control any parameter.
Two buttons, freely assignable to any parameter.
A highly configurable LFO with numerous available waveforms and polyphonic capabilities.
An envelope modulator controlled by audio input.
With the Expressions modulator you can assign up to four expressions (velocity, timbre, release, pressure) to any parameter in your device chain.
HW CV In
Modulate parameters in Bitwig Studio 2 from hardware via CV using this Modulator.
Modulate any parameter by key of incoming notes, with curve settings.
Four macro knobs in one modulator.
A simple macro knob.
A choice of adding, subtracting, multiplying or min/max-ing two parameters.
A free-running LFO that can be shaped in many ways.
This modulator allows you to modulate any parameter using MIDI CC, Pitch Bend or Aftertouch data from an external source.
With Mix you can control a parameter with two faders and a crossfader. Useful to create complex interconnecting relationships.
The Note Sidechain modulator allows you to use any note input as a modulation source.
Useful for giving a parameter a random value every time you play a note, at a given time interval or to provide some smooth sweeping chaos.
Select-4 is a morphing modulator, letting you set four stages, with each stage modulating any number of parameters. You can then morph between the four stages using a fader.
Modulate any parameter with a step sequencer. You can set speed, number of steps and direction.
An X/Y matrix where each of the four corners can be assigned to control any parameter.
Similar to Vector-4 but with eight assignable points.
Assign each axis to any parameter and use as a X/Y pad with great expressive potential.