Each hardware device sends signals and/or messages to devices beyond Bitwig Studio (such as hardware synthesizers and effect units). This can include transmitting and/or receiving audio signals, control voltage (CV) signals, and clock messages.
HW Clock Out
Two paths for CV clock signal output, to be sent thru set ports of your audio interface. Each path can transmit
Clock signals at a set interval, a signal only at transport start (
Play mode), a signal only at transport
Stop, or a signal for every
HW CV Instrument
A router that sends the incoming note messages out of the system as CV signals. One path is used for Pitch CV Out, and one is used for Gate Out triggers. Audio In is then returned to the system and output from this device.
HW CV Out
A vehicle for sending a CV signal out a set port of your audio interface via a parameter knob. An AC switch is provided, as is a low-pass filter control for applying lag to the outgoing signal.
A router that sends the incoming stereo audio signal out of the track and system, and then returns another stereo signal back.
A router that sends the incoming note signals out of Bitwig Studio as MIDI, and then returns the resultant audio.
For note and MIDI output, settings include the MIDI output port to use as well as whether to send all messages on a single MIDI channel or to preserve
Same Ch.(annel) set for each per note/event in Bitwig Studio. A special
Use MPE option can be used instead, converting note expressions (see Expressions Section) to appropriate channel voice messages, dynamically allocating channels as necessary, and providing a pitch-bend range parameter. And a toggle is available in case you want to send MIDI Clock messages to this MIDI port.
The audio return section includes the audio input to use, a gain level applied to that signal, and a latency offset amount that is set in samples (negative settings adjust the audio to be earlier).
Like most instruments, nested device chains for Note FX and audio FX are provided.
- 0. Welcome to Bitwig Studio
- 1. Bitwig Studio Concepts
- 2. Anatomy of the Bitwig Studio Window
- 3. The Arrange View and Tracks
- 4. Browsers in Bitwig Studio
- 5. Arranger Clips
- 6. The Clip Launcher
- 7. The Mix View
- 8. Introduction to Devices
- 9. Automation
- 10. Working with Audio Events
- 11. Working with Note Events
- 12. Operators, for Animating Musical Sequences
- 13. Going Between Notes and Audio
- 14. Working with Projects and Exporting
- 15. MIDI Controllers
- 16. Modulators, Device Nesting, and More
- 17. Welcome to The Grid
- 18. Working on a Tablet Computer
- 19. Device Descriptions
- Audio FX
- Drum Kit
- Note FX
- The Grid
- Grid Modules
- Legacy Devices
- 19. Credits