Bitwig – Studio 3.3.5 [OSX x64]

By | April 17, 2021


Year of release: 03/18/2021
Version: 3.3.5
Developer: Bitwig
Developer site: bitwig
Platform: Intel only
Interface language: English
Tablet: cured (put and work) | MORiA
System requirements: macOS 10.13 High Sierra or above
a CPU capable of SSE 4.1

Description: Bitwig Studio is a new look at the process of creating and performing electronic music in the studio and on stage!
Bitwig Studio offers a fresh look at the process of creating music, deepening the interaction with the program – from sketching to full compositions! Record, arrange, improvise – or even do it all at the same time!
Bitwig Studio is a fully customizable windowed interface; You yourself choose the elements you need. Quickly switch between the three main workspaces of the program – Arrange, Mix and Edit, or activate all three at the same time, placing each on a separate monitor!
The Detail Editor allows you to optimize the audio workflow by supporting non-destructive changes to individual clips. Stretch, merge, pan, copy, flip and move clips the way you want! Edit multiple files at once in one window, concentrating on one clip, or work on an entire track.
Bitwig Studio allows you to record and edit Velocity, Gain, Pan, Timbre and Pressure data for each individual note. In addition to standard note messages, the program includes many unique MIDI instruments, such as a microchromatic editor, and is the leader in supporting MPE (Multidimensional Polyphonic Expression). Bitwig Studio supports the most advanced MIDI controllers like Roli Seaboard and Linnstrument.
Does the bassline or the beat from a previous project seem perfect for the current session?
Now there is no need to limit yourself! In Bitwig Studio, you can work with several projects at once, moving individual elements from one to another on the fly.
Create and edit fades and crossfades with adjustable curvature right inside clips, in the session window or in the audio editor! Just hover your mouse over the area between clips and edit the fade, or create it automatically by dragging and dropping one clip onto another.
Synchronize the tempo of your samples with the tempo of your project using the advanced time-stretching engine.
Trust the syncing process to Bitwig Studio, which automatically adjusts the timing of your clips, or customize everything yourself using the built-in tools. Bitwig Studio offers 8 different stretching algorithms for all occasions, including the new Zplane Elastique algorithm.
Bitwig Studio instantly integrates into your setup. The modern architecture of the program will allow you to simultaneously work with both 32- and 64-bit VST, without the need for external bridge systems. We support the new VST3 format, which includes the ability to record expression note data and more precise automation.
Never again will you see a single plugin crash your entire DAW. The built-in Sandboxing engine will take care of the safety and stability of your project in case of failure of individual VSTs, in the studio and on stage! Forget about problems, concentrate on creativity!


Program features :
32-bit floating point audio engine
Supports sampling rates up to 192 Hz
Supports high precision Retina / High DPi displays
Ability to import files in WAV, MP3, OGG, FLAC formats
Bounce and Bounce in place functions
Supports unlimited Audio, MIDI and Effect tracks
Fully editable keyboard shortcuts section
Fast and flexible MIDI mapping
the ability to export Audio and MIDI files
Choke Groups support
Freely scalable vector interface
Support for hybrid Audio / MIDI tracks
Templates for projects
Support for automation within a clip
Ability to disable tracks, devices and modules to save CPU
Plug-in Delay Compensation Support
Jack protocol support
Microchromatic sheet music editor
7 monitor profiles, support up to 3 monitors simultaneously
Dynamic menu
Automatic change of editing tools
Built-in assistant
Support for the start window with quick access to projects, settings and other important resources


New in version :
Pasting notes put them in a wrong position, under certain conditions [24036]
Muted clips sometimes didn’t immediately display as muted [25340]
Layered note editor was jumping to the audio editor when changing note length in certain cases [24023]
When deleting all tempo automation points during playback, tempo jumped to 0 BPM [20952]
Copy and pasting a scene that has tempo automation would lose the tempo automation in the pasted scene [24829]
Saving a clip from the master track to the library that contained tempo automation would not save the tempo automation [25453]
Value boxes for entering parameter values ​​were too small (regression since v3.3.4) [25425]
Quick Slice function: beat grid subdivision shown in window footer was incorrect [25195]
Hover info text was not shown in some cases where it should have been [25426, 25422, 25423]
Windows: Audio file import works again (regression since v3.3.4) [25448]
Linux: Splash screen was enormous on a hi-res monitor when a custom scaling factor was used
Multi-touch: Set play start marker when selection clips / time on Arranger option didn’t work
Multi-touch: Moving large multi-track time-selections was extremely slow [25424]
Multi-touch: No longer need to wait for the menu to show up in order to move Arranger clips / time to the left
FabFilter Pro-Q3 / VST3 did not show the side chain signal if there was no input [25383]
VST3 plug-ins: barPositionMusic reported zero at all times
LinnStrument controller script: Now defaults to a Pitch Bend range of 48 semitones, to reflect a change in the recent 2.2.2 firmware update.

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