Bitwig has released Bitwig Studio 1.1, the first major upgrade since the release of the new DAW for Linux, Mac & Windows earlier this year.
Bitwig Studio 1.1 delivers controller integration; latency compensation for plug-ins and hardware; the option to create elaborate sidechains and presets with multi-in/out VST technology; new routing options and more.
Here’s what’s new in Bitwig Studio 1.1:
- Advanced VST Multi-Out Sidechain Support
- True Latency Compensation
- Advanced Routing Capabilities (Audio/MIDI)
- Track, Chain, and Device Deactivation
- 6 New Devices: Audio Receiver, Note Receiver, Note MOD, De-Esser
- Multiband FX2 and Multiband FX3
- New Modulation Parameters
- Enhanced Timestretching Capabilities
- Updated Controller API
- Tap Tempo
Here are the official video intros to Bitwig Studio 1.1:
The Note MOD Device is one of six new devices found in Bitwig Studio 1.1. It lets you modulate virtually anything from per-note parameters such as velocity, note value, timbre and more.
Now it is possible to save your multi-out VSTs with embedded plug-ins and devices. Sidechain one voice off another within the VST or anywhere else in Bitwig Studio.
Multi-in VST technology is supported as well, with device slots for any available VST inputs, and saving allowed for using your custom designs in the future. Use a combination of your favorite devices and multi-out VSTs to create highly elaborate routings within a preset which you can recall.
For full details on Bitwig Studio 1.1, see the product site.