Each filter device is a frequency-specific processor that operates on its incoming audio signals.
A comb filter effect with frequency and bipolar feedback controls.
A multimode filter with pre- and post-gain.
A multimode ladder filter with a built-in LFO, envelope, and envelope follower to modulate the filter's frequency.
A bank of six resonant filters that have frequency, resonance, and gain controls. The device also has global controls to morph these three controls as well as keyboard tracking to offset the filters' frequencies based on incoming note signals.
Imposes the timbre of one sound onto another. Has separate chains for the Modulator (sound source) and Carrier (affected sound), but the incoming audio signal is also used as the modulator. Allows being
80 filter bands for each section (optionally stereo), along with Slope and Bandwidth controls. Also provides Formant and Brightness controls for the modulator signal; Attack, Release, and Freeze controls for the analysis bands; and Ceiling and Floor controls, for limiter-/expander-type behaviors.
- 0. Welcome to Bitwig Studio
- 1. Bitwig Studio Concepts
- 2. Anatomy of the Bitwig Studio Window
- 3. The Arrange View and Tracks
- 4. Arranger Clips and the Browser Panel
- 5. The Clip Launcher
- 6. The Mix View
- 7. Introduction to Devices
- 8. Automation
- 9. Working with Audio Events
- 10. Working with Note Events
- 11. Operators, for Animating Musical Sequences
- 12. Going Between Notes and Audio
- 13. Working with Projects and Exporting
- 14. MIDI Controllers
- 15. Advanced Device Concepts
- 16. Welcome to The Grid
- 17. Working on a Tablet Computer
- 18. Device Descriptions
- Audio FX
- Note FX
- The Grid
- Grid Modules
- Legacy Devices
- 19. Credits