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Mudpie Tools: Get Creative with 35 Super Small Bitwig Studio Presets

Tutorial | Aug 25, 2020

In this video, I show off my Mudpie tools, which are 35 presets that can be used to mess up and create interesting sounds out of any sound source. I demonstrate how to use each of the presets, and how they can be used to create unique and interesting sounds. I also explain how to download the presets as a Polarity Squad subscriber on Patreon or as a YouTube membership option. Finally, I encourage viewers to leave a comment or a like if they have questions or enjoyed the video.

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Questions & Answers

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What are Mudpie tools?

Mudpie tools are 35 small Bitwig Studio presets that can be used to create random results on tracks or sound sources. These results can then be re-sampled and reused in the sampler to create new sounds.

How do I download Mudpie tools?

Mudpie tools can be downloaded by subscribing to Polarity Squad on Patreon or YouTube. If you're not a subscriber, you can subscribe now and then download the presets afterwards.

How can I use Mudpie tools to create interesting sounds?

Mudpie tools can be used to mess up sounds and create interesting random results. You can twist and turn knobs to offset bits of a drum loop, repeat sounds, add mid-range distortion, create melodies in a certain scale, add zap to a kick drum, create harmonic series, add stereo filters, make sounds louder, use delay and reverb boxes, create flutter effects, and use random beat filters.

How can I save money on Bitwig Studio?

You can save money on Bitwig Studio and the upgrade plans by going to my webpage and using the link to


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[00:00.000] So in today's video, it's about my so-called Mudpie tools.
[00:04.760] These tools are basically 35 super small Bitwig Studio presets.
[00:11.240] And you can use these presets on tracks
[00:14.280] or on different sound sources to create some kind of messy random results.
[00:20.920] And these results you can basically re-sample and reuse it inside of the sampler
[00:26.280] and create some kind of other sounds from it.
[00:29.760] So it's more meant for messing sounds up, okay?
[00:34.600] And you can download these presets as a polarity squat subscriber on Patreon
[00:40.640] or here on YouTube.
[00:42.120] If you're not a subscriber, then you can subscribe now, of course.
[00:46.360] And you can download then afterwards.
[00:48.720] And I want to show you how they look like, what you can do with it.
[00:52.160] And yeah, let's dive in.
[01:00.480] If you want to save some money on Bitwig Studio and the upgrade plans
[01:04.640] and you want to support my channel and my content,
[01:07.560] then go to my web page, use the link to the Bitwig store,
[01:10.680] use my code and save 10% on the regular price.
[01:16.080] So I actually have to move my camera for the stream.
[01:19.200] As you can see on the right side, there are a lot of these small presets here
[01:27.160] with some random names on it.
[01:28.800] Now I also have all them here in the device chain loaded and disabled.
[01:34.640] And on the track itself, I have just some random drum loop.
[01:39.880] So nothing special.
[01:41.600] Just to show you examples of what you can do with it.
[01:45.200] So for example, here the first one is called Super Break 2,
[01:49.880] which gives you actually a low cut.
[01:52.320] And yeah, some offset where I can just turn the snob
[01:57.080] and offset some of the bits of the drums itself.
[02:02.320] So actually some of these presets are actually made
[02:05.360] from some of the tutorials I already uploaded on YouTube.
[02:08.600] So some of you may notice some similarities to some of my tutorials.
[02:15.200] So yeah, let's actually try this one here.
[02:28.800] So you can basically twist and turn the snob
[02:31.560] here in every direction or speed you want.
[02:35.480] The chain itself basically, or the grid patch here itself,
[02:40.200] makes sure that everything happens in sync.
[02:44.320] So you can't do anything wrong.
[02:47.200] Everything, every switchup, every offset change is basically made
[02:52.080] exactly on the grid with the BBM in mind.
[02:56.080] So nothing is in between the grid basically.
[02:59.920] So it's, you can just modulate this knob here
[03:04.560] and have some random drum loops occurring.
[03:08.360] So this one alone basically is enough to give you
[03:29.880] a lot of different breaks basically out of this just normal drum loop here.
[03:37.200] So for instance, you go in here and activate this and yeah,
[03:41.800] maybe just draw in here to offset just randomly like this.
[03:51.520] And then you can click this and hit bounce.
[03:56.360] Then you have a completely different drum loop here
[03:58.760] from your original drum loop.
[04:07.760] So you can mess up your original drum loop
[04:10.680] and create interesting random results for it.
[04:15.320] So that's the main reason behind all these presets, right,
[04:19.320] to create random results.
[04:20.800] So now we have your second one here.
[04:23.000] It's called repeater.
[04:24.680] It does exactly that.
[04:27.880] You press repeat and it repeats.
[04:32.120] Okay, then we have a half time plug
[04:42.200] in which makes exactly that, it's also a tutorial reason tutorial made.
[04:58.960] We have reverse.
[05:09.280] We have super break, the first one was super break too
[05:13.440] and there's a super break where we have also here.
[05:17.600] You can choose the steps, but it's it's differently wired
[05:21.000] so you can change basically here the gate triggering with the steps.
[05:26.800] So it sounds like this.
[05:42.280] So it gives you also a nice interesting drum loops out of it.
[05:46.000] Then we have here warmer.
[05:48.160] It adds a lot of mid-range sound or distortion.
[05:54.840] And you can mix it in with a dry signal.
[06:06.720] So nothing complicated, but it actually gives you a quick way of just warming up the sound
[06:12.680] by just dragging in your one of these or just give you an opportunity to treat your sounds
[06:20.400] quickly by just using these small presets basically and just track them in when you need
[06:26.240] them.
[06:27.240] We have here C3HS melody.
[06:41.360] So you have a threshold here which you need to tweak and then it tries to create some kind
[06:46.720] of melody in the scale of C.
[06:57.440] So again you can use this and bounce basically something out of it here.
[07:02.200] For instance just select this bounce.
[07:06.120] Then we have here, we know we have now a melody in C3 and you can use a sampler.
[07:15.160] Just put this into the sampler and because we know this is C3 we just hit here the key
[07:20.400] tracking on and then we can use the keyboard and just play around with it or activate your
[07:32.240] texture mode.
[07:41.960] So that's basically the reason behind all these tools to mess up the sound.
[07:46.620] Create something interesting in a random way and create new sounds.
[07:55.880] P5, TH, Faser, Plus 7.
[07:59.020] I think there are some pitch shifters here inside exactly 7 cemetones which is the dominant
[08:05.360] of your current root and you can create nice effects with it.
[08:11.640] So it sounds like a phaser, and when you drag it all the way down then it sounds like
[08:24.000] a granular effect, but it's always pitch 2 plus 7.
[08:30.080] Also differently I think on the left and the right channel.
[08:36.040] So interesting effect, that's the same just with the plus 5 semitones then we have a delay
[08:47.520] box one which has a threshold here inside or a threshold parameter and this means that
[08:55.120] it tries to recognize the transients and then switch up to different delay channels here
[09:06.000] with different settings and this can be interesting so you can see how the threshold
[09:17.000] decides how the transients are recognized and then we are triggering different channels
[09:23.560] on the FX selector and get different delays.
[09:41.600] Okay then we have a kick zapper which basically adds some kind of zapp or sign to your kick drum
[09:49.800] or to other sounds if you want so the sounds like this and then you just mix in the dry
[10:00.160] signal so it can add some artificial sub to your sounds then we have c3 harmonic series
[10:25.840] and that's exactly what it says so you can use the strum loop now and we have then c3
[10:46.880] and other harmonics of the harmonic series above it created just with this preset then we
[11:02.200] shift down we have chop chop
[11:30.840] something like stereo filter and you can change it basically a low pass filter on the left
[11:39.720] and the right channel and you can change by using your diff knobs to change basically
[11:47.840] the speed on the left and the right channel differently or change the rate differently
[12:00.000] on the left and right channel or change the curve of the LFO on the left on the right channel
[12:06.320] so you can create some kind of stereo information out of mono signals plant in the dry signal
[12:17.720] so something super simple but it's actually wired up for you so you don't need to create
[12:37.200] us I try to keep all these presets pretty simple and easy but just a step above the abstraction
[12:50.200] of the devices itself so we have here louder which makes everything louder just to trash
[13:04.720] the signal delay box 2 all over the threshold
[13:23.200] can be interesting warm hole also the reverb box works exactly like the delay box just
[13:48.280] with the reverbs so we have different layers of reverbs with different settings and we
[13:52.400] have a threshold here and every time and peak or transient is recognized we change here
[14:01.040] the layer to a different reverb so nice for creating weird sounds reverb on yeah some kind
[14:20.320] of reverb then we have c3 resonance where you can basically create a peak or an yeah
[14:28.920] and feedback exactly at c3 so nice for creating tonal sounds out of noise and we have some kind
[14:46.920] of flutter makes exactly that what it says we have a built beat filter with no options
[15:09.600] and we have random beat filter multi so a lot of random small presets you can use either
[15:27.520] just one by one or you can combine them also you just put them on a track here and activate
[15:36.240] some of them or just track them in and mess the sound up then you bounce down and you're
[15:43.240] good to go maybe that's something you can use as an that's actually not working this way
[16:11.240] but get some sounds out of it here at the end maybe use this as a sweep in or sweep out
[16:19.560] or impact or something like this just to get some sounds from your current sounds
[16:42.120] or maybe use reverse here let's try this only reverse bounce so I feel
[17:12.000] that the reverb sounds can just use a bit of that
[17:41.680] so maybe we can also create some kind of yeah maybe let's try the melody and use the
[17:53.880] laybox maybe use something like this bounce this out we know it's C3 so we can use it
[18:20.120] in the sample cantilitas and activate key tracking maybe go to texture mode here and
[18:35.600] on the speed
[18:52.680] And... we have a pet now.
[19:52.680] Okay, so you can create stuff this way, just use some of the presets, put it on your tracks,
[20:05.320] and create some random results, re-sample it, use it in the sampler, or just put it on audio
[20:11.080] tracks and reverse it, and you know, just fuck around with all the possibilities.
[20:17.000] So that's it for the demonstration of these plugins or presets.
[20:21.560] So as I said earlier, you can download this as a polarity squad subscriber,
[20:26.120] over on Patreon, or here on YouTube with a membership option, and you can download this today
[20:32.440] and have some fun. So, yeah, please leave a comment if you have some questions,
[20:37.640] and if you like the video, then please leave a like, and I see you in the next video.
[20:42.120] Thanks for watching, and bye.