asked Sep 11 '17 at 00:41 by Oryx (241)


Is there any advanced support for NI Komplete kontrol S49 MK2 (new NI keyboard controller). officially bitwig seems to be not supported ?! And all competitors are ...

This makes me doubt if i should stay with bitwig to be honest as my DAW...

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Komplete Kontrol DAW integration => a must have Hardware support.

I'm thinking to leave Live 9 to Bitwig 2 .... but without a proper support of one of the most hyped hardware.... I'll stick to Live for now :-(


answered Jan 20 '18 at 14:20 by yassinex (181)

This guy made a very good controllerscript for Komplete Kontrol mk2 for Bitwig 2.3.


answered May 03 '18 at 10:10 by terrazorc (21)

i've just pre ordered the the s49 mk2 yesterday and now im not sure if iv'e made the right choice. i do have Native Komlete 11 so it will be good for that but im not so sure about it running with Bitwig.

does anyone have any info on this yet?


answered Sep 21 '17 at 11:44 by housebrigade (51)

Let's hope there'll be decent official scripts for the new NI controllers..but I don't know if it'd be Bitwig's or NI's job/interest to write them. NI Jam's script source seems to point to one maybe that was outsourced to a freelancer. (?)

There's a lot of potential there. For eg. Kontrol S49 keybed lights could even be used for a 'TR' style drum sequencer, maybe..and those new displays.


answered Sep 22 '17 at 12:58 by mgaw (268)

edited Sep 22 '17 at 13:01

officially it's not supported, but you can map anyway for yourself.


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answered May 04 '18 at 12:12 by yassinex (181)

Did everything instructed to install the script but still not working. Anyone having the same issue?


answered May 23 '18 at 05:56 by Mullins (31)


have been waiting for this for 3 years (S61 MK2)


answered Dec 13 '19 at 11:40 by norbert (120)

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