An electronic track using the u-he ACE plugin, a Yamaha B55 organ. Recorded and mixed in bitwig-studio
For this experiment I used the sound visualizer nodes form the animation nodes addon I have been asked for tutorials a lot lately and so I added a view screenshots and descriptions to explain how I achieved the effect.
as usual you can download the blend file here
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the song I used for the animation is called "The Long Dawn - Part II" and can be found on soundcloud
To analyze the audio material you need a "Sound Bake" and a "Evaluate Sound" node. I also created a copy of the default cube for each bar I wanted in my animation using an "Object Instancer". The strenghts list and the object list are fed to a loop.read more ...
I made a new ambient track in bitwig-studio featuring 4 artificial voices exploring opposite pairs
for this animation I used the "simple sound controller"-template from the animation nodes addon to control some objects by music. I rendered the 3 animations separately and cut them to the beat using the VSE
The track is recorded and mixed using bitwig-studio
A chillout track featuring a pad made from a guitar sample. Recorded in bitwig-studio
The soundtrack for this animation was created in bitwig studio, the boxes are rendered with cycles and the blender freestyle addon
you can download the blend file here
an ambient track that started with slowing down a loop veeeeeery much in bitwig
I played a bit with the bitwig-studio FM-4 plugin - a 4 operator fm synth plugin. I created this track using only fm-4 sounds and some of the bitwig onboard effects
I played with a 5/4 meassure in bitwig using the u-he Ace and the TAL noisemaker