At Imsta Festa Online 2020, Bitwig-certified trainer Claire Marie Lim gave two video demonstrations: an introduction to Bitwig Studio, and a deeper look at the software.

Bitwig Studio Introduction

Learn the basics of Bitwig Studio, how melodies and rhythms are made, how basic sounds can be shaped, and how a song is constructed.

  • 1:00 - Project organization and tracks
  • 2:43 - Arranger Timeline, for production
  • 4:05 - Clip Launcher, for free-triggering and more
  • 4:23 - Clips, where musical ideas live
  • 6:30 - How Scenes work
  • 7:36 - Launcher + Arranger, working together
  • 9:30 - Tools and shortcuts for editing
  • 11:42 - Finding audio in the Browser Panel
  • 13:30 - Audio editing made easy
  • 17:31 - Working with audio events
  • 19:16 - Coloring with audio effects
  • 20:45 - Browsing sounds in the Pop-up Browser
  • 22:00 - Working with notes and MIDI
  • 23:25 - Making note clips
  • 25:10 - Arranging in the… Arranger

A deeper look at Bitwig Studio

In this video, Claire Marie Lim, dives into the world of Bitwig Studio, exploring advanced features and applying them in modern music production.

  • 4:14 - Bitwig speaks MPE (MIDI polyphonic expression)
  • 4:57 - Setting up a MIDI controller
  • 7:12 - Recording a melody
  • 8:56 - Editing notes, pressure, and pitch expressions
  • 12:34 - Modulation in Bitwig Studio
  • 13:38 - Modulating audio effects for sonic variation
  • 20:11 - Grouping audio effects for common modulations
  • 22:47 - Modular synthesis in Poly Grid
  • 24:39 - Using Grid presets as a springboard
  • 26:51 - Custom audio effects in FX Grid
January 6, 2021

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