Oct 29, 2020 Tutorial
In this video, I showcase my three new presets - Berlin City, Berlin Verb and Berlin Tape - that I created for my five bug subscribers on YouTube and Patreon. I sampled noises from the streets of Berlin to analyze certain things, and I used a special method to create random multiple values in the grid with chapicef modules. I also mapped some MPE sensors to some knobs so you can use your MPE devices for this preset. With the remote controls and the snob, you can change the noise texture, the timing, the envelope, the stereo width, the pitch drift and the reverb. Berlin Tape is a tape emulation that you can bring in a lot of dirt and change the speed of the noise sample. I hope this video was helpful and I look forward to hearing your feedback.
Mar 15, 2021 Tutorial
In this video, I demonstrate how to use delay in Bitvic Studio. I explain how to use the delay one effect to offset audio signals, create echo effects, and even create phasing effects and filters. I also discuss the feedback FX box and explain how to use it to create glitch effects by pitching and filtering audio signals.
Jul 06, 2021 Tutorial
In this video, I showed how to use the polynomial modulator inside Bitwig Studio to create interesting distortion, wave shapes and overtones. I demonstrated how to use a DC offset device with the modulator, and how to modulate the X parameter with an audio rate modulator. I also showed how to use an LFO, as well as a stereo split to create unique sounds. Finally, I shared some tips and advice on creating presets, and how to save the new device for future use.
Oct 18, 2021 Tutorial
In this video, I tried out Unfilter by Zynaptiq and I was surprised by how well it works. I demonstrated how it can be used to reduce resonances and improve the frequency distribution of a drum loop. I also showed how it can be used to tame harmonics and create a more balanced sound. I discussed some of the features that make Unfilter unique, such as the decay setting and the Fletcher Monson curve. I concluded by recommending that viewers try the trial version to see if Unfilter is right for them.