asked Apr 05 at 15:02 by djx (227)

I'm using the clip launcher to send midi to various hardware synths. Then I'm routing the synth audio back into a couple of bitwig audio tracks. I arm those audio tracks for recording and as expected I get new audio clips in the arranger.

What I dont understand is why I am also getting new midi clips appearing in the arranger even though I have purposely left those tracks unarmed for recording? Its obviously the clip launcher output being recorded into the arranger - and I can see why that could be useful if I wanted to do that, but right now I would like to be able to stop it happening. Any ideas?

thanks

I'd like to know too

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answered Jul 17 at 07:06 by Scoox (11)

There's no way to stop the behaviour. I've allready requested to add a switch in arranger to engage exclusive recording of (only) armed tracks. Please write to support with a good explanation of your problem!

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answered Jul 17 at 13:05 by stamp (50)

Will do. So basically the big record button on the transport bar is not to be touched while producing a song, right? I'm new to Bitwig, say I want to record a band which means I need to record a number of microphones and sources simultaneously to separate clips in the clip launcher. Is there a way to start recording multiple clips all at the same kind, or do I need to click the record button on each clip at a time?

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answered Jul 17 at 13:26 by Scoox (11)

edited Jul 17 at 13:27

Thanks, I will try that

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answered Jul 18 at 02:26 by Scoox (11)

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