This series of videos, created by Brian Bollman, is a free video course on working with Bitwig Studio.
The comprehensive series, embedded above, is already up to 266 videos. It covers the ins and outs of Bitwig Studio, but also covers synthesis, the foundations of sound, audio interfaces, basic music theory, effects, production and more.
iPad DAW Auria is currently on sale for 50% off the regular price.
Auria is a 48-track digital recording system, designed from the ground up for the iPad.
Developer Wavemachine Labs has announced an update, Auria Pro, that will add MIDI sequencing. Auria users will be able to upgrade at a discounted price.
At the 2015 NAMM Show, Avid announced Pro Tools | First – a new free version of Pro Tools.
Pro Tools | First includes a subset of Pro Tools features. It’s designed to let musicians and audio producers get started with Pro Tools for free, without requiring an iLok.
Pro Tools | First offers up to 16 mono/stereo audio tracks, 16 MIDI tracks and 16 Instruments tracks for a maximum of 48 tracks, compared with hundreds of tracks for the full Pro Tools.
Notably, Pro Tools | First only saves projects to the cloud. Three are included free. You log in to access and work on your projects, but you can work offline when not logged in or if there is no internet, on the last project you saved to the Cloud from a local cache within the application.
At the 2015 NAMM Show, WaveMachine Labs previewed Auria Pro for iPad – a new version of its 48-track DAW, with full MIDI capabilities.
Here’s a sneak preview from the Show: Continue reading
At the 2015 NAMM Show, Bitwig previewed Bitwig Studio 1.2, an update to its recently released DAW for Linux, Mac & Windows. Continue reading
At the 2015 NAMM Show, Cakewalk was demoing SONAR Platinum – the top-of-the-line version of their Windows DAW. Continue reading
Apple has updated Logic Pro X, introducing new virtual drummers, a Drum Machine Designer, an updated Compressor, an expanded sound library and more. Continue reading
At the 2015 NAMM Show, which starts Thursday in Anaheim, CA, Bitwig is previewing Bitwig Studio 1.2.
Here’s what’s new in Bitwig Studio 1.2:
- Group Tracks: In the next major update, you can improve the navigation of numerous tracks in every view of your project, while consolidating the signal flow of multiple sources through a single Group Track. The feature introduces a new style of editing in the Arrange View called “Meta Clips.” Meta Clips allow for easy editing of clips from multiple tracks in group track timelines. Group Tracks also expand upon Bitwig Studio’s Multi-out VST functionality, providing a convenient way to setup tracks for multi-timbral VST instruments, and useful functions to organize and consolidate your entire mix.
- Audition Browser: To accelerate the browsing workflow, all devices in Bitwig Studio 1.2 feature an Audition icon. By clicking Audition, a user’s entire catalog of sound becomes available. Browse, audition, swap and insert anything from presets and samples to full clips of sounds during playback. The Audition Browser can be hidden from view to save screen real estate. Bitwig Studio’s advanced browsing eliminates the boundaries between devices to offer a meta view of all available sounds in one category.
- Factory Content Update: The update adds three new demo songs, over 500 fully-mapped presets, and optimization of every preset in their Library.
- Support for High-DPI and Retina Displays: Bitwig Studio 1.2 is now optimized for Macbook Retina and Windows High-DPI displays for a graphical user interface that is sharper than ever before.
Bitwig Studio 1.2 will be a free update for all Bitwig Studio owners. It is expected to be in beta testing in February.