asked Mar 30 '18 at 21:58 by Wook (11)

Using Bitwig version 2.3.2 :

The one shot/monophonic option on the drum machine appears to be broken. Despite being 1-shot (And voices set to 1/monophonic), anything put inside will collide with the next hit. This is visible via the peak meter, which shows a 2.5db increase when notes are played close together, indicating collision. For example, I have a kick that peaks at -14.5db and then when I play two kicks close together the tail end of the kick seems to collide with the following kick and increases the peak to -12db. This is quite a noticeable bump when mixing and causes a lot of problems for me. The SR is set to Zero, as is release. From my understanding, one-shot or monophonic should allow only one note to be played at a time, and thus no collision should be happening. However the peak meter shows that this isn't the case.

How has this gone unnoticed? Test it for yourself, use a kick with a long tail and group the notes close together, it's quite obvious.

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Asked: Mar 30 '18 at 21:58

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Last updated: Mar 30 '18 at 21:58