How To: Side-Chaining FX in Bitwig Studio

Most of my viewers will probably be familiar with side-chain compression. In this video, I show you what it is, what it’s used for, and how this is accomplished in Bitwig Studio. Please don’t forget to download your free guide: Accelerate Your Music-Making in Bitwig Studio!


How To: Creating DEVICE CHAINS in BITWIG STUDIO

Device chains are a cool way to save time and effort in Bitwig Studio. In this video, I get you up to speed on how to create and save a device chain. As I mentioned in the video, I’ve created a free guide called, “Accelerate Your Music Making in Bitwig Studio.” To download the guide, …


How To: Editing Audio Clips in Bitwig Studio

Umm… I got a bit carried away on this one. I really just wanted to give a quick intro to editing audio, and it turned into a full-blown tutorial. So, here you go! By the way, I hope you don’t mind me mentioning it again, but I have a free guide for you to download: …


How To: Creating Multiband Device Chains in Bitwig Studio

When you’re working on getting a mix to work, there are certain situations where it’s better to apply affects to certain frequencies, while leaving other frequencies untouched. Once you know how to do it in Bitwig Studio, it’s really pretty easy to accomplish this, so in this fourth in a series of videos about things …


How To: Bitwig Studio Track Routing Options Tutorial

So I admit I’m a bit of a freak about keeping things organized. When I’m working on my music, I want to be able to see at a glance where certain tracks are, and how their audio is routed. In this third in a series of videos about things that I find cool about Bitwig …


How To: Using MODULATORS in BITWIG STUDIO

The second of a series of videos about things that I find cool about Bitwig Studio, in which I give a quick demo of how you can use modulators to add dynamics and texture to devices in Bitwig.