Posts tagged with Bitwig-5.1.2

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Grainspacer - Good and Simple Grain Cloud Audio FX in Bitwig

Mar 04, 2024 Tutorial
In this video, I showcase my simple and highly efficient grain preset in Bitwig. By utilizing multiple recorders and adjusting recording length and spread, the preset allows for unique and diverse sounds. With the ability to manipulate play position, volume shape, playback spread, and more, this preset offers a versatile and creative tool for experimentation and sound design.

Which is the best Sidechain Modulator in Bitwig?

Feb 26, 2024 Tutorial
In today's video, I discuss the importance of high precision and latency-compensated sidechain compression on the bass for bass music producers. I explore different methods, such as audio sidechain, note sidechain, and segments, and demonstrate their effectiveness in achieving precise sidechain compression. However, I also highlight a bug when introducing latency within the FX chain of a device.

Unconventional EQ Techniques in Bitwig Studio

Feb 23, 2024 Tutorial
In my recent video, I received a lot of love, praise, likes, and comments, which warmed my heart. I wanted to continue sharing knowledge about Bitwig Studio and unique ways of eqing. I introduced a visual guide using EQ+ and a loud split device to help identify and adjust frequency distribution, making EQing easier and more efficient.

Envelope Followers on Drums in Bitwig

Feb 21, 2024 Tutorial
In this video, I explore using envelope followers in Bitwig Studio to add dynamic modulation to a bass sound based on the amplitude of drums. I demonstrate various techniques such as using audio side chain modulators, working with audio rate modulators, and utilizing the FX grid for more precise control. These methods allow for creative sound design and can bring life and movement to otherwise static loops.

Bitwig Studio is great for Sound Design

Feb 19, 2024 Tutorial
In this video, I explain how to use frequency modulation (FM) synthesis in Bitwig Studio, showcasing different and unusual ways to apply FM. I demonstrate how to modulate the frequency in a linear way using the speed knob in a sampler, creating harmonic and disharmonic sounds. Additionally, I explore FM techniques using wavetable LFOs, feedback modulation, and modulating the delay time.

Combine Bitwigs Drum Machine & 3rd Party VSTs for the best of both Worlds

Feb 16, 2024 Tutorial
Today I tackled the problem of using multi-out VSTs like XLN Audio XO with Bitwig Studio's drum machine rack. After some trial and error, I found a solution that allows each drum pad to trigger a separate sound in the VST. By setting up audio receivers and note FX devices, I was able to seamlessly integrate the VST drum machine while still maintaining the functionality of the native drum machine in Bitwig Studio.

Auto Leveler, Multi-Band Compressor, and Frequency Split in Bitwig

Feb 13, 2024 Tutorial
In this video, I cover three different topics related to EQ techniques. The first is an auto leveler method using bandpass filters and an amplifier to maintain a consistent volume. The second is a multi-band EQ compressor, created by combining an EQ with a grid compressor, allowing for individual frequency control. Lastly, I demonstrate the use of the Loud Split device to selectively affect different frequency ranges in a sound, helpful for removing noise or enhancing specific elements.

Crazy Bitwig EQ Modulations

Feb 12, 2024 Tutorial
In this video, I demonstrate creative ideas for using the EQ inside Bitwig Studio. By utilizing the FX grid and voice stacking, I show how to apply polyphonic modulations to the EQ Plus. This technique allows for unique waveforms, modulation offsets, and the ability to sequence and morph between EQ settings.

Quick Tip for Channel Comparing Frequencies in Bitwig

Feb 09, 2024 Tutorial
In this video, I show a quick tip for mixing and mastering in Bitwig Studio. Instead of constantly moving the spectrum analyzer to compare different elements, I suggest using FX or return busses. By sending different tracks to the spectrum analyzer on separate FX channels, you can easily compare and adjust the frequency distribution of various elements in your mix.

Color Bass with this Bitwig Free Preset!

Feb 08, 2024 Tutorial
In this video, I present a free color machine preset for Bitwig that can be used to create resonator effects. By importing chords from one track and using them in the color machine, multiple bandpass filters are created with corresponding frequencies. This preset offers various controls for octave offset, resonance, filter type, Haas effect, and more, allowing users to create unique and customized sounds.

Synthwave - Building a Retro-Inspired Bitwig Track

Feb 07, 2024 Tutorial
In this video, I start off by creating a synthwave-style drum pattern using traditional 707 sounds. I then create chords using a synth plugin, layering them to create a retro 80s sound. Next, I add a bassline and a simple top line melody to complete the arrangement. Finally, I add vocals, strings, and additional piano elements to enhance the track, creating a full synthwave composition.

FAWM from Scratch 4 - Minimal Melodic Dubby Techno

Feb 06, 2024 Tutorial
In this video, I take the opportunity to create a new tune with a Finnish vibe. Starting with a kick drum and bass, I add in a simple saw melody and some chords for depth. I also incorporate hi-hats, claps, vocals, and percussion to enhance the composition, resulting in a complete track that captures the essence of Finnish music.

Modulation above One in Bitwig Studio

Jan 31, 2024 Tutorial
In this video, I discuss modulation amounts and signals in Bitwig Studio. I explain how modulation typically operates between zero and plus or minus one, but you can exceed this range using certain modulators. I also demonstrate how adjusting a constant value can define the endpoint of modulation without needing to enter the modulation mode.

Creating Mesmerizing Patterns in Bitwig Studio's Piano Roll

Jan 29, 2024 Tutorial
In this video, I share how I created visually pleasing patterns in Bitwig Studio's piano roll. By using note grids, modules, and pitch manipulation, I was able to create interesting polyrhythms and polymeters. I also experimented with randomizing frequencies and converting them into notes, allowing for unique sounds in the piano roll.

Music with the Node Grid and Sub Ratios in Bitwig

Jan 18, 2024 Tutorial
In this video, I showcase an interesting technique in Bitwig where I create a musical composition using only a node grid instead of traditional note creation methods. By manipulating pitch ratios, step mods, and triggers, I generate unique polyrhythmic patterns and head sounds. I demonstrate how to use the node grid to control multiple instruments, apply effects like reverb and convolution, and create complex chord progressions using subtract and quantize modules.

Fog Convolver 2 adds Space Simulator in Free Update

Jan 17, 2024 Tutorial
In this video, I discuss the new update for the Fog Convolver 2 plugin by Audio Thing. The update includes a space simulator created by Lese, which allows users to adjust various room parameters, generate impulse responses, and export them as wave files for use in convolution devices like Bitwig Studio. I also mention that if viewers don't own Fog Convolver 2, they can check out Lese's plugin called Eigen, which offers similar features as a standalone space simulator.

Polyrhythms and Polymeters with Clips in Bitwig

Jan 16, 2024 Tutorial
In the last couple of videos, I discussed pulley rhythms and pulley meters in the Bitwig grid. Today, I want to take a look at how these concepts apply to the Arranger window and Clip Launcher, and share a tip on combining multiple instrument tracks for one synthesizer. By utilizing polyrhythms and polymeters, you can create interesting and complex patterns by varying the subdivisions and clip lengths. This technique can be enhanced further by grouping multiple clips and having them played by a single synthesizer on a group track.

Polymeters in Bitwig Studio

Jan 15, 2024 Tutorial
In this video, I demonstrate different methods of creating easy polymeters in Bitwig Studio. I show how to use a node grid with a monophonic mode, a gates module, and a transport module to generate nodes. I also discuss a different setup using a counter and a trigger module, as well as the use of a clock quantizer for better precision.

Polyrhythms and Polymeters in the Grid

Jan 11, 2024 Tutorial
In this video, I explain the difference between Polyrhythms and Polymeters. Polyrhythms involve subdividing a one-bar grid into equally spaced steps using triggers, while in Polymeters, the subdivisions stay the same but the length of the bar changes. To achieve Polymeters, I demonstrate using a reset module to reset the face signal at a certain point in time.

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.

Unique Ambient Pads with Bitwig Sampler

Jan 09, 2024 Tutorial
In this video, I demonstrate an interesting technique for creating ambient pad sounds using the sampler in Bitwig. I start by recording sample material from old synthesizers and then load them into the sampler. By utilizing cycles mode, voice stacking, and modulation, I am able to create unique and evolving pad sounds with ease.

Visualizing Audio Filters

Jan 08, 2024 Tutorial
In the video, I demonstrate how to visualize the behavior of different filters using a spectrum analyzer in the Bitwig Grid. By modulating a sine oscillator and applying various filters such as the comp filter and fizz filter, viewers can observe the changes in the frequency domain. This visual representation provides a helpful way to understand the effects of these filters even without deep knowledge of their underlying theory.

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.

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