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NAMM 2017: Bitwig Studio 2 - A UNIVERSE OF MODULATORS

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ANNOUNCING BITWIG STUDIO 2

A moment long awaited...

Released back in 2014, Bitwig Studio 1 was the first music production software to combine linear and non-linear sequencing on Windows, macOS and Linux. Combining cutting edge technologies like plug-in crash protection and a highly flexible user interface, alongside a lightning fast workflow experience for keyboard, mouse and touch screens, Bitwig Studio has attracted a large and steadily growing user base all over the world.

While constantly refining and improving version 1, we've been focused on making Bitwig Studio 2 one of the most innovative music creation software solutions available. Today we’re proud to announce that we’ve reached the next big milestone on our journey: Bitwig Studio 2 is very close to completion, and we’re excited to share some details with you.

Before public release, we’ll be submitting the beta version to a round of rigorous testing - and that phase starts now. Bitwig Studio license holders can apply for a beta license here.

The planned release date for Bitwig Studio 2 is February 28th, 2017.

A UNIVERSE OF MODULATORS

Introducing A New Modulation Paradigm

The current version of Bitwig Studio already offers one of the industry's most flexible and powerful modulation systems, and with Bitwig Studio 2 we’re taking things even further. We've reworked the entire modulation system and it now offers nearly endless possibilities;
this is a big step towards a fully modular device architecture.

Each device in Bitwig Studio 2 (internal devices and external plug-ins) have modulation slots where you can load individual modulators. Bitwig Studio 2 comes with 24 brand new modulators; from standard modulators like envelopes and LFOs - to more unique modulator types like Random, Select-4 and Math.

An unlimited number of modulators can be added to a device by simply clicking an empty Modulator slot and choosing a specific Modulator from the pop-up browser. Assign the modulator to any number of parameters, with ease and flexibility. Modulators can also be interconnected for truly dynamic and expressive sound design possibilities.

When using internal Bitwig instruments, many modulators can be set to polyphonic mode - enabling per-voice modulation - something previously only seen in closed systems.

Click here to learn more about the new Modulators...

 

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