Gary welcomes you to the video series and starts off by walking you through the Dashboard menu tabs, setting up your Audio Interface, creating your audio inputs, and creating your first project.
This video walks you through the Header pane and examines the options and actions available. These include how to use the transport functions, pin actions to the header, and how to see the extra options that are available on the expandable buttons.
Gary shows you how to open up the Browse Panel and search for content to add to your tracks. He also explains how the content in the browser is categorized and how you can use the tags to search for specific content.
In this video, you'll take a look at the different views available in Bitwig, the two important ones being the Arranger View and the Clip Launcher View. Also learn how the Clip Launcher can be viewed while the Arranger View is visible and how you can choose to show and hide elements in the view, such as the levels. Finally, explore how to view the different editor panels.
When a track or clip is selected, you can view the properties on these selected items. Gary shows you how to view them in the Inspector View and how each one is different when a new item is selected.
Discover how to save your projects with various methods and the benefits of each. Plus, Gary also shows you how to save a project as a template and recall it when you start a new project.
In this video, explore the tools available for editing, copying, and looping clips, such as the knife and selecting tools.
This video focuses on how you can navigate around Bitwig using the zooming options. Plus, Gary shows how to use the loop bracket to select an area that you want to loop around during playback and the shortcuts that can be used for these functions.
Discover how to setup your tracks to record audio to them. First, Gary will demonstrate how to set the input correctly for each audio track, how to input monitor and record arm the track, and finally how to set the pre-roll with a metronome and record audio to the track.
This video covers how to use the clip launcher and how it differs from the Arranger View. First, Gary shows you how to open a new project and activate its audio engine. Next, he adds clips to the clip launcher slots and shows you how to trigger and stop the playback of these clips.
Following on from the previous video, you can also edit these clips so that different portions of the clip are played back when triggered. Gary shows you the editing options you have available to when doing so, such as changing the start and end times.
This video expands on the clips and shows you how you can use scenes to arrange your clips and trigger the playback of multiple clips at a time.
Once you?ve added all the clips and arranged them into their respective scenes, you can then record the sequence of triggered clips to the Arranger Timeline. Gary shows you how to set this up and how to use scenes to trigger different clips during the recording to the Arranger.
Learn how to set up your external MIDI controller keyboard so that you can input MIDI note data into Bitwig. Gary also demonstrates how you can use your computer keyboard to input MIDI data into Bitwig, a handy option if you don?t want to lug around a MIDI keyboard on the go.
In this video, Gary explains the differences between audio tracks, instrument tracks, and the devices added to these tracks. Plus, he covers how the device signal chain works on a track, showing the routing of the devices added to the device chain.
This video takes a look at how to build up multi-device instruments in an Instrument Layer and how to use the remote mappings to control parameters on these layered instruments.
Discover what?s available in the Note Editor. Learn how to view and edit your MIDI data for a clip and track and how you can do multi track editing in the editor view.
This video takes a look at the modulators and demonstrates how you can assign them to parameters to create some movement via modulation in your songs.
Explore what Note Expression is and how you can use it. In this video, Gary demonstrates inputting and editing velocities data and panning data across MIDI notes.
Learn what Note FX are and how to use them in this video. Use the Arpeggiator Note FX to take MIDI chord note data and manipulate it with a Note FX.
In this video, Gary gives you a walk around the Mix view. Here, you can see the clip launcher and mixing properties such as level meters, inserts, sends and returns, track fader level, pan, solo, and mute.
Explore the different ways you can add effects, including inserts and send effects. Gary also shows how to create an FX Layer using a combination of series and parallel effect chains.
In this video, Gary demonstrates the different ways you can group and route audio to tracks. The Audio Receiver effect is one way to route tracks to other tracks, while grouping is a way to combine similar tracks and process them as a single unit.
This video covers how to view your audio clips in the Audio Editor and how you can edit these clips into audio events. You can even rearrange your audio part by cutting, copying, and pasting audio events around in the audio editor.
This video goes further into audio editing and explains the layered audio event editing. This option allows you to see multiple tracks at a time, allowing for editing and copying across audio events from one track to the next. Gary also shows how you can process some of your audio events - for example, reversing them, scaling them, and even pitch shifting them.
This video explores the extra editing layer options you have in the audio editor. For example, you'll explore the Pitch, Pan and Gain editing views and learn how you can manipulate your audio events with these lanes.
This video shows you how you can record to multiple takes on a track and then build up a composite part from all the takes. This is all done in the Arrangement View.
This video takes what you learned with takes and comping in the Arrangement View and shows how you can accomplish similar tasks in the Clip Launcher View.
Discover how to take advantage of Bitwig's time-stretching capabilities to either stretch out or compress audio parts. Gary shows you how to add stretch markers and how you can edit and manipulate these to change the timing of your audio. You'l also learn the different stretch modes and how they manipulate the audio.
In this video, explore how modulation works within Bitwig and how you can map the three modulators to multiple parameters within your device chain to create a complex, modulated instrument.
This video takes a look at how to use automation on your clips in the Clip Launcher. Gary explains how to select parameters to automate and then how to use the editing tools to write in automation. He also shows you how you can record automation onto a clip.
In this video, learn how creating and editing automation differs in the Arranger View from the Clip Launcher View. Gary demonstrates how you can move clips across from the Clip Launcher to the Arranger View and how they retain the automation. Also, he shows you the difference between clip and track automation.
Bitwig has the capability to open up an Ableton project, which is a great tool if you're moving across from Ableton to Bitwig. Gary shows how to import your Ableton project and what exactly is transferred from the import process.
Gary sums up the course by demonstrating how to export out your song. Learn the different options you have, including how to export specific tracks, the master output, a specific time range, in various formats, and more.
Studio expert Gary Hiebner presents comprehensive Bitwig Studio 4 video tutorials! If you're looking for help in understanding the many features of this DAW or simply want to learn some tips to improve and speed up your workflow, this is the course to watch. After familiarizing you with the basic layout of the software, Gary begins a detailed examination of Bitwig Studio 4's impressive set of tools and elements, using many demonstrative examples along the way, so you can hear these ideas in context! These videos are for beginning Bitwig users.
Gary welcomes you and kicks things off by examining the layout of Bitwig, focusing on the Dashboard, Browse Panel, and the Header overview so you'll be well-versed in the basics before moving on. Next, he covers the Inspector Properties, which allows you to learn all you want about a track or clip, and demonstrates how to save your projects in several different useful ways. You'll then learn about the important editing, looping, zooming, and playback tools and how they function.
Next, explore the recording features and learn to set up the inputs, metronome/pre-roll settings, the clip launcher, scenes, and more! Then dive into the world of MIDI, where you'll discover how to set up your MIDI device, record and edit MIDI data, and even create multi-instruments in the Instrument Layer and control their various parameters via remote mappings.
Throughout the rest of the course, you'll learn about adding effects, using modulation, routing/grouping audio, uses takes and comps, stretching/compressing audio, using automation, exporting your songs, and even how to import Ableton projects directly into Bitwig! Virtually no stone is left unturned!
To see exactly what these in-depth Bitwig Studio 4 tutorials show you, and how they'll have you up and running in no time, see the individual Bitwig Studio 4 video tutorial descriptions on this page. Stop weeding through endless dropdown menus and get down to making music today ... Watch “Bitwig Studio 4 Explained®” now!
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