asked Sep 16 '18 at 13:42 by p8guitar (20)

I think Bitwig 2.4 does not recognize slide and glide expressions of the Roli seaboard rise, or it recognizes it but doesn't send it to Equator. I see in the Roli dashboard that slide and glide are active, the point in dashboard is moving off the grid. But Equator doesn't show this movement, and I don't hear any effect of the expression to the sound. Same problem with Cypher 2. In contrast, this works in Ableton Live, every expression is recognized.

And when I use TIMB or PRES as a modulator for a parameter of Bitwig's Polysynth, nothing happens when I slide or press the Seaboard Rise. But it is possible to use VEL as a modulator, the velocity changes the sound.

Is this a bug in Bitwig, or am I doing something wrong?

At least it works fine for me, but i have no idea what you could do wrong. Maybe you should write to support?

  — (Sep 16 '18 at 21:04) voidex

I know ima be shitty at explaining it but turn on mpe mode from the device tab brotha not the instrument track that has channels and p bend. I tried to upload A pic but my karma isn't 60> I was going crazy 2 lol hope this helps click the Inspector panel "I" next to mix and edit I use 2 screens so I found it on my second

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answered Sep 17 '18 at 19:41 by Noxbeatus (11)

edited Sep 17 '18 at 19:43

yes, turning on mpe mode solved the problem with Equator and Cypher2, thanks! Still no luck with the polysynth.

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answered Sep 22 '18 at 14:51 by p8guitar (20)

No problem P8G I dont use poly synth so much maybe itll just fix one day have a great time producing.

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answered Sep 22 '18 at 17:52 by Noxbeatus (11)

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