asked Dec 02 '14 at 20:39 by johnwhybrew (11)

Having been used to midi tracks I am puzzled, in bitwig 1.5 as to how to route 3 or 4 tracks to play one instrument instance on midi 1 I prefer separate clips on seperate midi tracks is kick, snare, hats etc for ease of arrangement

Not sure if I understood your question correct, but I think you refer on Multitimbral Instruments right? This is possible in Bitwig. See my Screenshot.alt text


answered Dec 03 '14 at 11:54 by schroerob (suspended)


I think he means this to... btw @johnwhybrew do you mean bitwig 1.0.5? Bitwig 1.5 doesnt excist yet. You need bitwig 1.1 for this to work. Just login to your account and download the latest version.

  — (Dec 03 '14 at 11:59) ronnyrydgren

Yes. That's what I did. And when I went to bounce each MIDI channel to a separate audio track or even just isolate a single MIDI channel within the VI, I could find no obvious way to do it. For example, I cannot mute the MIDI-only track. The VI instrument track always plays all of the MIDI-only tracks that point to its channels. By contrast, the VI instrument track can be muted. Huh?

  — (Dec 03 '14 at 13:48) muz4now

BWS doesn't seem to work well that way for me either. I've asked if there's a way to include multiple MIDI channels in the VI (instrument track), but never got an answer.

Since the VST's seems to do so well in BWS, I'd recommend just creating a new track for each instrument rather than trying to conserve on tracks/VI's.


answered Dec 02 '14 at 23:28 by muz4now (11)

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Asked: Dec 02 '14 at 20:39

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