Posts tagged with Beginners

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Capture the Essence of Reverbs in Bitwig

Jan 10, 2024 Tutorial
In this video, I share my process of capturing impulse responses inside Bitwig Studio. I demonstrate how to use a test-tone device to generate the desired impulses, export and edit them in an audio editor, and then use a sampler and convolution device in Bitwig Studio to create unique reverbs. I also explain the importance of combining convolution reverbs with algorithmic reverbs for a more dynamic and realistic sound.

Creating a Jazzy Loop in Bitwig Studio

Jan 04, 2024 Tutorial
In this video, I explore creating a jazzy loop in Bitwig Studio, despite having no knowledge of jazz. I demonstrate various techniques, such as using chords, the Wurlitzer instrument, and manipulating drum patterns. I also highlight a new feature I discovered in Bitwig Studio relating to note snapping and share other tricks like using the note grid and synchronizing clocks with side chain signals.

Arranging a Drum and Bass Loop into a Full Song

Jan 01, 2024 Tutorial
In this video, I demonstrate the process of arranging a drum and bass loop into a full song. I explain that while the initial creative stage of creating loops is fun, arrangement requires more work and decision-making. I add various elements such as percussion sounds, rides, crashes, and additional effects to enhance the track and create an interesting DJ-friendly arrangement.

Drum & Bass with Stock Devices in Bitwig

Dec 28, 2023 Tutorial
In this video, I start creating a drum and bass track from scratch using only stock devices in Bitwig Studio. I demonstrate how to create a kick drum, hi-hats, and a snare drum, and then layer them together to create a cohesive drum pattern. I also add a bassline and a background drone to add depth to the track.

Drum and Bass - Simpler is better

Nov 14, 2023 Tutorial
In this video, I demonstrate how I prefer to use simple envelopes and LFOs instead of complex shapes for creating kick drums and bass lines in Bitwig Studio 5.1. By combining multiple simple modulators with slight variations in timing settings, I find that it produces a much richer and more satisfying sound. I believe that using this approach allows for more flexibility and experimentation, resulting in interesting and dynamic compositions.

Triggers, Sample and Hold, and Clock Quantizer Explained

Nov 06, 2023 Tutorial
In this video, I explain the concepts of device phase, triggers module, sample and hold, and clock quantizer in Bitwig Studio's grid. I demonstrate how the triggers module produces a binary signal and divides the device phase into equally spaced steps. I also showcase how the sample and hold module holds a signal's value until triggered, and how the clock quantizer synchronizes signals to a grid size, creating interesting rhythmic patterns.

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