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Check out these three videos from the Bitwig community that we particularly enjoyed – by Polarity, TÂCHES, and Audio Digital.
This session will demonstrate Bitwig's duality as a modern production tool and sound laboratory.
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...
Bitwig certified trainer Thavius Beck walks you through the new Bitwig Studio support for Native Instruments’ Maschine MK3 and Maschine Plus and Komplete Kontrol S MK2
In this tutorial video, Thavius Beck shows the new intuitive Bitwig support for Native Instruments’ Komplete Kontrol S MK2 series...
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.
Each video in this tutorial series looks at one feature of Bitwig Studio along with contemporary production techniques.
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.
An introduction to, and a deeper look at Bitwig Studio, with Claire Marie Lim.
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.
This November: Learn Bitwig Studio and get your diploma
A walk-thru of Bitwig’s flagship equalizer. See it in action for mixing, mastering, and sound design.
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.
Bitwig Studio's Micro-pitch device enables microtuning and a whole lot more.
In this tutorial series, we look at universal ideas in sound synthesis and programming.
Take your first steps in The Grid with this tutorial explaining workflow and concepts.
This tutorial series walks you through all aspects of Bitwig's powerful 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.
Watch the video to learn techniques and tricks using software and hardware together.
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.
Sidechain routing is a popular technique in audio processing, and there are several ways to do it 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.
A Modulator is a signal generator that is used to automatically control parameter values.
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.
Volume fades and crossfades can be applied directly to any Audio Clip in the Arranger panel.
A look at the unique touch integration in Bitwig Studio.
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.