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Bitwig Studio Explained [repost]

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Bitwig Studio Explained [repost]

Bitwig Studio Explained
WEBRip | English | MP4 | 1440 x 900 | AVC ~258 kbps | 30 fps
AAC | 159 Kbps | 44.1 KHz | 2 channels | 04:13:26 | 760.3 MB
Genre: Video Tutorial / Sound Processing, Music Production, Sound Engineering

Bitwig Studio is a new, dynamic software solution for music creation and performance to realize all of your musical ideas in every stage of production, and studio wiz Timothy Allan is just the man to show you how it all works!
This is the most comprehensive Bitwig Studio video title available, so follow along and see just how awesome this DAW really is. Tim starts at the very beginning, showing you how to Install and Activate Bitwig Studio, and then how to set up an Audio Interface and MIDI Controller so they're recognized by the software. Tim then rolls up his sleeves and shows you how to Navigate around the DAW, all about the Header Interface, Browser Access Panel and Tracks Overview. This will get you going fast and give you a solid operational foundation for Bitwig Studio.

The Arranger is now revealed and Tim leaves no stone unturned. You'll learn all about Clips and how to Arrange them, Launch, Manage and Manipulate them and more. The Mix View is then shown and Tim covers the basic Mix Parameters, Pre/Post Sends, Master Track Routing, and valuable Key Commands for making mixing fast and easy.
Audio Clips and Events are then focused on, and you'll learn all about the Audio Clip Detail Panel, Audio Event Expressions and Inspector, followed by tutorials on the Note Edit Panel, Micro-Pitch Editing and more. Now Tim unveils the 3rd main layout window in Bitwig Studio, the Edit View, all in great detail. You'll also see how to Slice, Bounce and use the powerful Histogram feature which allows you to modify values, or even create values where none existed before.
Tim then sets his sights on Project features such as the Project Panel, Global Groove, Multiple Projects, Exporting audio and more. The various Device Types and ways to load them are looked at, followed by Feedback FX and Wet FX. Wrapping up the series Tim demonstrates and explains all the different types of Automation & Modulation found in Bitwig Studio, allowing you to squeeze every last drop of creativeness and power out of this flagship DAW by Bitwig. If you're ready for the next generation of music software, get the next generation of training for it… Get "Bitwig Studio Explained" today.

Activation
Setting Up
Navigating Around
Header Interface Overview
Browser Access Panel Overview
Tracks Overview
Arranger Clips
Manipulating Arranger Clips
Arranger Clip Inspector
Cue Markers
Recording Arranger Clips
Clip Launcher Overview
Modifying Launcher Clips
Launcher Clip Inspector
Launch Clip Recording
Basic Mix Parameters
Other Mix Sections
Master Track Routing
Audio Clip Detail Panel Overview
Audio Event Expressions
Audio Event Inspector
Note Edit Panel Overview
Per-Note Expressions
Micro-Pitch Editing
Note Inspector
The Edit View
Bounce
Histogram
Slicing
Project Panel
Global Groove
Multiple Projects
Exporting Audio
Device Overview
The Device Panel
Feedback & Device Presets
Unified Modulation System
Arranger Automation
Recording Automation Types
Track & Clip Automation Editing
Relative Automation
Device Panel Mapping

also You can look my other last: Sound Processing-posts

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Performer : Bitwig Studio Explained
Director : Timothy Allan
Producer : Groove 3 Inc.
Genre : Video Training
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Description : Explore the Device and Pre/Post Sends area of the Mix View, as well as some very valuable key commands and the various places in Bitwig the mixer may appear!
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