asked Mar 21 '18 at 23:05 by szinerave (0)

Hi all, Bitwig support has not helped me with this so I thought to post it here. To reproduce the issue, I play notes along with the metronome while recording. The notes are recorded early. hope someone can provide some ideas for troubleshooting this. I've tested the same action in Reaper and everything is recorded on time. Is there some kind of compensation going on here that I can turn off?

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win10 home, dell e6520 i7 8gb

I have a behringer umc404hd audio interface

controller is a nectar panorama p4 with bitwig integration

audio settings: Asio, Behringer UMC asio driver, 44100, 128 samples.

Hi, this may fix your issue - you can set record quantization from off, 1/32, 1/16. 1/8 and 1/4 and also a check box for quantize note length.

Option is under settings/recording.




answered Mar 25 '18 at 15:17 by REID (59)

@REID: Thanks for the suggestion, turning off note quantization and quantize note length seems to have resolved this issue. :)

I have bitwig 1, so the record quantization settings were under the drop down by the transport controls instead of the settings menu.

Really appreciate the helpful answer!

  — (Mar 29 '18 at 01:35) szinerave

you mean record early before you press keys?


answered Mar 26 '18 at 06:43 by YYBY (66)

Hello, I am seeing the exact issue that szinerave is describing. I have altered ever form of delay compensation that I can think of. I have tried the "Record Quant" set to 1/32nd notes, but that STILL records most notes 1/32nd before the correct timing. It's been almost 2 years - does anyone have an answer to this yet? I am using Bitwig in Windows 10, UA Apollo Twin usb and a Nektar Impact GX61. Thanks!


answered Mar 17 at 14:47 by Incubatorjones (11)

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