May 01, 2023 Tutorial
In this video, I share some exciting news about Bitwig Studio 8 track and 16 track in version 5, which will feature the grid in a new player mode. This means that users can load all my presets and generative patches in 8 track and 16 track. As it's my birthday, I will be giving away three 8 track codes for those who are on the fence about trying out Bitwig or for their friends. I will post codes in the comments, YouTube community page, Discord server, and Patreon page. Lastly, I thank all my followers and supporters for allowing me to do what I love.
May 20, 2022 Tutorial
I participated in the first Bitwig Beat Battle from two weeks ago and would like to thank all participants for their great work. I introduced all the patches submitted, from Xenophish's masterpiece completely dipped in blue to Art Sense's full sounding patch. I praised everyone for their creativity and encouraged everyone to join in the second beat battle, as it is great fun.
Jun 18, 2020 Tutorial
In this video, I talk about my experience with live streaming on Twitch and how it's a great way to interact with subscribers and followers. I also share some tips on how to schedule live streams and address some technical issues I encountered during my first stream. Additionally, I introduce a new Discord bot called Chefkoch, which allows users to upload and share Bitwig clips and preset files with the community. I explain how to use the bot and also demonstrate a new feature in Bitwig Studio 3.2 that allows users to open preset files from the Windows Explorer. Finally, I encourage viewers to join our Discord community, where they can exchange preset files and clips with others for free. I also remind them to define a default action for BV preset files in their browser for easy access. Overall, I hope to continue creating tutorials and live streams to engage with my audience and offer helpful tips and tricks for using Bitwig Studio.
Jun 16, 2020 Tutorial
In this video, I explore the concept of convolution and whether it's possible to do inside the grid of Bitwig Studio. I showcase a preset I created that allows users to alter an input signal with a convolution signal. I explain the basic concept of convolution, which involves multiplying an input signal with an impulse response and adding it to the output signal. I share a website that helped me understand convolution better and demonstrate how I tried to make the preset work within the limitations of the grid in Bitwig Studio. I acknowledge that this preset has its flaws and limitations, but I still offer it for those who want to experiment and learn more. Overall, this video is a documentation of my learning process and I invite viewers to share their ideas and insights in the comments.
Jun 02, 2020 Tutorial
In this video, I want to make it clear that I hate racism and there's no place for it on my channel or in my communities. If you think racism is good, then please leave my channels. Putting labels on people and saying who is good or bad is a simple-minded world view that we need to get past. Racism is a problem in all areas of our lives, including the music business. We need to stop it altogether. While I won't use all the circulating hashtags on this topic, I want to make a point within my community and inspire others to do the same. Thank you for watching and stay tuned for more videos on Bitwig and music production.
Jun 05, 2019 Tutorial
In the video, the person gives an update on their GitHub repository and its content. They inform that they have made some changes to reduce the size of the repository by removing certain folders. Now, it only contains Bitwig presets and can be easily cloned into the Bitwig library. They also mention potential plans to split the repository into different versions for Bitwig 1, 2, and 3 in the future. The person then talks about renaming their Bitwig presets repository to Bitwig community presets to clarify that the presets are from the community, not their own. They mention that the monthly Bitwig competition is currently not very active but plan to add a bot to a Discord chat where users can upload presets and discuss them. These presets will be automatically added to the repository.Lastly, they discuss changes made to the preset party app, which is a standalone application for managing the repositories. They show how to change the path of the Bitwig library and how to download and update the repositories. They mention that the initial download may take longer but subsequent updates will be faster as only the changes are downloaded.