This song developed out of a "chord-progression-kung-fu" practice session. Recorded and mixed in bitwigstudio
I made a slightly dark ambient track recorded made with bitwig, my volca keys and some veeeery stretched shaker samples
Version 1.0.2 of my sfz2multisample converter is out!
This version supports the default path attribute and uses a string tokenizer for parsing which improves the stability a lot.
Huge thanks for qptain-Nemo for all the testing-/debugging-/analyzing-sessions
See the Sfz2Multisample-Projectpage for download links and a short instruction on how to use it
I released a new song on soundcloud today
recorded and mixed in bitwig-studio using the u-he Ace plugin
An ambient electronic track recorded an mixed using bitwig-studio and the u-he ace plugin
Bitwig-Studio comes with a bunch of very cool synth- and fx-plugins and one of them is a chorus effect. This chorus effect plugin only uses one delay line and therefore sounds a bit thin when you want to create a wide pad sound for example. Most of these synth sounds use multiple delays with slightly different delay times to create a more dramatic effect.
Fortunately bitwig-studio allows you to create quite complex multieffect setups and even store them as presents for later use. So add a fx-layer plugin to your instrument- or audio-track
Now add 3 instances of the chorus plugin
Set the mix value of each of these to 100% and change the LFO Rate a bit. To change the intensity of the effect use the Mix-Value of the FX-Layer-plugin. To intensify the stereo effect you can adjust the Pan-Knob on each of the chorus effects.
Now save the multichorus as a present by activating the Present/Macro manager of the FX-Layer (the icon with the two triangles in the lower left corner of the plugin)
I published a new track on soundcloud today
In Bitwig-Studio you can create quite complex filter-, routing-, and layering-setups that come quite handy when playing live or controlling several plugins/synths using only one masterkeyboard. In this quick-tip I show you how to create a key-split function where the split point can be adjusted while playing using a macro knob.
Start with a new Instrument channel and add an Instrument layer plugin from the Conainers-Section
Now add an Notefilter to the Instrument-Layer and add the Instrument plugin you want to play with your left hand after the Notefilterread more ...
The first track with my new volca sample, recorded and mixed with bitwig studio