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  • soundsandgear 7:29 pm on January 20, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    NAMM 2015 – Announcing Bitwig Studio 1.2 

    INTRODUCTION

    Bitwig will attend NAMM 2015 from January 22nd – 25th (Booth 4901 in Hall C) and announce the forthcoming update, BITWIG STUDIO 1.2. Following the announcement, Bitwig will offer a sneak preview detailing the all-new features scheduled for the next major update, free for all Bitwig Studio license holders. Additional surprises can be expected on the actual release date of Bitwig Studio 1.2

    FEATURE HIGHLIGHTS

    Group Tracks
    Consolidate and simplify your mix.
    In our next major update you can dramatically improve the navigation of numerous tracks in every view of your project while consolidating the signal flow of multiple sources through a single Group Track. The feature introduces a new style of editing in the Arrange View called “Meta Clips.”  Meta Clips allow easy editing of clips from multiple tracks in group track timelines. Group Tracks also expand upon Bitwig Studio’s Multi-out VST functionality, providing a convenient way to setup tracks for multi-timbral VST instruments, and useful functions to organize and consolidate your entire mix.

    Audition Browser
    Browse, Audition, Insert, Swap
    You created the part and now you need the proper sound, groove, or melody.  To accelerate the browsing workflow, all devices in Bitwig Studio 1.2 feature an Audition icon.  By clicking Audition, your entire catalog of sound becomes available. Browse, audition, swap and insert anything from presets and samples to full clips of sounds during playback. Whether or not in use, the Audition Browser can be hidden completely from view to save on precious screen real estate. Bitwig Studio’s advanced browsing eliminates the boundaries between devices to offer a meta view of all available sounds in one category. Searching for the right bass? It doesn’t matter if it’s a Polysynth preset or a sample, you now have the freedom to audition all your content in place, on the fly, to find sounds quickly and to get back to what is most important, making music. (More …)

     
  • soundsandgear 8:58 am on January 25, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Bitwig working with Nektar Panorama 

    At the Bitwig booth checking out the interface and getting a quick look at how it works with the Nektar Panorama controller. Their scripting engine makes it easy to use any midi controller within their software.

     
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