Mar 14, 2022 Tutorial
In this video, I showed how I integrated the Arturia Keystep Pro with my Ulurec and my semi-modular synthesizer setup. The Keystep Pro is connected to my computer via USB and to Bitwig Studio with a MIDI clock button. It passes the clock signal to all my devices, allowing me to generate a pattern synced to my host tempo in Bitwig Studio. I can also use the outputs to send control voltage to my Mother 32, Eurowreck, and Pooly D. With the Keystep Pro, I can switch between my instruments and record sequences of up to 64 steps. I can also use the diatronic transposer, drum sequencer, and arpeggiator to further customize my sound. Overall, the Keystep Pro is the perfect controller for my setup!
Jul 20, 2021 Tutorial
In this video, I demonstrated how to use the mid-side split container in Bitweek 4.0 to create a stereo sound. I showed how to add a different kick drum sample to the side channel to create a difference between the left and right channels, and how to use an FX grid and the math operation subtract and add to get the side and mid channels respectively. I also showed how to use a polysynth and an audio receiver to create interesting effects. I hope this inspires you to experiment and come up with new ideas!
Mar 27, 2021 Tutorial
In this video, I'm introducing my new preset package called Sequenced Synths, which consists of 10 presets for Bitwicks Studio. The main theme is that you can hold one note on the MIDI keyboard or paint it in the piano roll and a sequence will unfold over time. You can also change the sound by using the remote controls or the modulators on the preset. This package is available for my Patreon subscribers with the 5 bucks tier and above. After this introduction, there will be a preview of all the presets so viewers can decide if they want to subscribe or not. If viewers have any questions, they can ask me in the comments or join my discord. Thanks for watching and have fun playing around with the sounds.
Feb 23, 2021 Tutorial
I downloaded a zip file with the necessary files, and copied them into my VST directory. I then opened the VCV Bridge plug-in on my instrument track in Bitwig Studio and loaded up VCV Rack. I switched on the METE-CV module to bridge, and selected the device port 1. On the audio 8 device, I switched to bridge and port 1. This allowed me to have a MIDI in from Bitwig and audio out to Bitwig. I could then use my MIDI keyboard to play VCV Rack and have some fun.
Feb 18, 2021 Tutorial
In this video, I showed how to use Bitvic Studio to play the piano like a pro. I demonstrated how to set up the instrument tracks and use the quantized input preset to synchronize the MIDI input with a 16th grid. I also showed how to record the quantized input so you can create interesting rhythms and melody lines. Lastly, I mentioned that this setup only works for monophonic MIDI input.
Nov 28, 2020 Tutorial
I created some presets for 3.3, which I think will be released in a few weeks. I included 9 mid-range sounds, some pads and some plugs, with 4 knobs for remote controls. I also included some modulations and ADSRs with different repeating and timing, so you can get different tonalities and movements out of it. I also included some bass lines for drum bass and dub7, so that you can have more fun playing around with them.
May 22, 2019 Tutorial
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