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: Continue reading
Arturia and Bitwig have teamed up, announcing three Producer Pack bundles, that combine an Arturia KeyLab keyboard controller, the Analog Lab sound collection software suite, Mini V and Bitwig Studio, for Mac OS X, Windows, and Linux. Continue reading
This two part video series, via sonicstate, offers an in-depth Bitwig Studio review.
In the videos, Nick Batt and Gaz Williams take a look at Bitwig Studio – a new cross-platform DAW (Windows, OS X, Linux). In part 1, above, they review the features of Bitwig Studio. In part 2, below, they take a deeper look at the new DAW: Continue reading
Bitwig has announced ‘Community Controllers’, a new section of their website for sharing MIDI controller scripts. Continue reading
Bitwig has announced that Bitwig Studio, the highly anticipated and long-gestating new DAW, is now available for Linux, Mac & Windows.
Here’s the text of their announcement:
The Bitwig Team would like to take this special moment to thank you. Your excitement and encouragement brought us to a great milestone today. Bitwig Studio 1.0 is an extraordinary product of hard work over the past few years, dedicated to offering a new solution to musicians everywhere, and a promise of great things to come.
We will continue to push forward with new ideas, and we welcome your support and feedback in the future.
Claes, Dom, Fredrik, Falko, Genys, Mea, Placidus, Nick, Nick M, Rade, Seba, and Volker.
Details below. Continue reading
Musikmesse 2014: Nektar Technology has announced “deep integration” between the Nektar Panorama line of MIDI controllers and Bitwig Studio.
Here’s what they have to say about it: Continue reading
At the 2014 NAMM Show, we got an update on the state of Bitwig Studio, from Bitwig’s Dominik Wilms. He also discusses some of the technologies that underly the new app, and why he thinks that they give it an advantage over current DAWs. Continue reading
2014 NAMM Show: Bitwig has announced that Bitwig Studio, long in beta, will launch on March 26th, 2014.
The cross platform DAW (Windows, Mac OS X, Linux) is created by some of the original developers of Ableton Live. It offers deep multi-core and multi-processor support, built-in 32/64-bit bridging, plugin-crash-protection, multi-display support, the ability to open multiple projects at once, 50 included devices and open controller API and more.
Bitwig Studio is priced at US $399/299 Euro for the download version. A boxed version will also be available. A free demo version will also be available.
We’ll have more info from the NAMM Show – but check out the details and let us know what you think! Continue reading