On Wednesday March 19th Dubspot will host a special preview of the new Bitwig Studio production software, now being shown to the public for the very first time ahead of release date (3/26/14)!
We’ve been hearing about Bitwig for a long time now (check out our in-depth Bitwig coverage from last year) and the powerful new DAW is finally ready to launch at the end of this month. In celebration of the release of Bitwig Studio, Dubspot will host a special preview event on March 19th, 2014 from 3:30 to 5:30pm EDT at our New York location.
Bitwig Launch Event @ Dubspot
Wednesday March 19th, 2014
Feat. Oscar Garza (Nektar/Bitwig), Chris Petti (Curriculum Director), and Abe Duque (Dubspot Instructor)
Join us at Dubspot NY and learn more about this exciting new software, now being shown to the public for the very first time ahead of release date (3/26/14)! Come see what all of the excitement is about as Dubspot Instructors Chris Petti and Abe Duque take you on a tour of this revolutionary new music creation tool, joined by special guest Oscar Garza. This event will cover the history and evolution of Bitwig Studio, and how this new tool can be utilized in the world of modern music production. Chris and Abe will also demonstrate some of their favorite features. Additionally, there will be a demonstration of Bitwig’s integration with the new Panorama1 controllers by Nektar.
To attend, please RSVP to the Facebook event page and arrive early for sign-in. This event is FREE and open to the public.
Bitwig Studio – Available March 26, 2014
Bitwig Studio is a new and innovative music creation, recording, and performance software that supports all three major computing platforms: Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. Combining traditional arrangement sequencing with modern performance-oriented clip launching workflows, Bitwig Studio offers a state-of-the-art audio engine under the hood, with full multi-processing support, a unified modulation system, 32/64-bit VST plugin bridging, and VST plugin crash protection.
Bitwig Studio comes with over 50 included devices. Conventional Instruments (Polysynth, FM-4, Organ, Sampler and analog-style Drum Modules) and FX (Delays, Equalizers, Compressors), as well as Container devices (to build parallel instrument or effect chains), Note FX, and Modulator devices (additional controllers like LFOs, envelope followers and step sequencers for modulating any other device). Extend this collection with your favorite VST effects and instruments, and use them side by side with BITWIG STUDIO internal devices.