Bitwig Studio Tutorial Pt. 1 – Features Overview and Basic Navigation w/ James Bernard

In the first of a continuing series of video tutorials exploring the exciting features Bitwig Studio, Dubspot’s James Bernard introduces you to the interface and offers some tips for transitioning into Bitwig’s workflow.

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Since this is a completely new entry into the DAW market, it is common for producers to be cautious about learning a new program and disrupting their workflow. But after spending some time with Bitwig, you will find yourself getting very comfortable with the new workflow enhancements. Bitwig Studio borrows a few of its workflow methods from popular DAWs like Ableton Live, Apple Logic, and Steinberg Cubase, so it feels very familiar. But, it also adds quite a few new tricks.

In this first of a continuing series of videos by producer, sound designer and Dubspot LA Instructor, James Bernard, you will learn about some key new workflow enhancing features of Bitwig Studio which include key commands for navigating around the three different views of the unified display arrangement and support for multiple display setups (including support for up to 3 displays!) - Chris Petti


Bitwig Studio

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.

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