asked Jan 28 '15 at 11:39 by Zuralski (261)

edited Jan 28 '15 at 15:06

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Just wanted to say, I love Bitwig. I have seen many DAWs in my life (going back to early version of Acid, Cubase, Logic, Reason and FL (at the time when FL was REALLY bad)), and Bitwig seems to combine the best parts of them all.

Recently, I tried getting into Ableton. even though I have really tried to like it, Ableton was just getting in the way of actually making music. Not a fan of Ableton's layout and colour scheme (yeah, I know there are skins but even with the darker skins, it looks a bit 'blah'). Also, in Ableton's Session view I have trouble clearly seeing where the clips begin and end. I missed the more structured and tighter linear layout of Cubase or Logic. So while trying to get used to Ableton's quirks, I gave Bitwig a try, and many sleepless nights of music making followed. Things seem effortless in BTS for the most part and it's a joyful piece of software to use. Also, am I the only one who feels Bitwig "sounds better" (not trolling)? Anyway, well done Bitwig team for creating a joyful piece of software! Can't wait to see where you take it in the future!

Oh my - thank you! :)

Have a lot of fun with BWS!

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answered Jan 29 '15 at 14:41 by riot ♦♦ (1.6k)

Keep doing what you do!

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answered May 16 '16 at 20:37 by Ton-ish (493)

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