asked Jan 28 '15 at 23:14 by turbo_kev (79)

Will there be a midi channel filter on the track inspector , so you can select incoming midi data IE channel number / cc allow ignore etc etc

Any beginner programmer should not need more than 1 day to program and test such a device. It needs to be inside Bitwig. The other way around (which I never need) does exist, but the most essential one doesn't... Please let the next novice programmer just do it. Pass all midi events on ch x, block al others. If any of those who have access to the decision processes read this, please answer. Just to know if it makes any sense to post here also clear feature requests... (This type of answer has to be solved within the Bitwig application as dealing with Midi channels is not at all designed universal. Crucial information coming in is ignored...)

The next and even better solution, but needs certainly more time to program and test, would be something like scripter in Logic/Mainstage. Then anybody with little experience in JavaScript could create their own Midi device...


answered Jan 13 '18 at 18:15 by Tiedje (31)

Where are Fredrik and Dom when you need them ;-)


answered Feb 04 '15 at 14:30 by Solidtrax (1.0k)

I can't believe we still don't have this.


answered Dec 04 '17 at 10:19 by Veiss (97)

At least we have the Note Filter and Pitch Shifter to emulate channels, but damn.. Also need audio channel selection from plugins. Need a deeper integration with Maschine...

  — (Dec 04 '17 at 11:05) Veiss

Maybe one of these might help meawhile?


answered Dec 04 '17 at 13:09 by mgaw (268)

The website doesn't appear to be working.

Here's a script that enables additional midi devices which you use with something like an IAC bus or CopperLan, but in my case I need midi channels from a plugin within Bitwig so it doesn't help.

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answered Dec 04 '17 at 16:14 by Veiss (97)

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Asked: Jan 28 '15 at 23:14

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