asked Feb 23 '19 at 11:49 by XHale84 (15)

Hi guys, is there no Ping Pong Delay implemented in Bitwig yet?

To get a basic ping pong going in Delay-4:

  • Set the IN/FX knob on Channel 1 to 100%
  • Set the OUT/PAN on Channel 1 to 100% left.
  • Set the FEED knob ->1 to 100% on Channel 2.
  • Set the OUT/PAN on Channel 2 to 100% right.
  • Set the FEED knob ->2 on Channel 1 to 100%.

answered Feb 23 '19 at 13:12 by sticklebrick (480)

Hi @XHale84,

If you are looking for a device that only does ping-pong delay, then no. However, if you are willing to put some time and effort in and get your head around the 3 delay devices: Delay-1, 2 & 4, in Bitwig, you can come up with whatever kind of delay effect you can imagine. Far more flexible than a dedicated device.

Please up vote if this is helpful.



answered Feb 23 '19 at 12:41 by sticklebrick (480)

edited Feb 23 '19 at 12:43

Hi and thanks for your answer! As far as my research went I didn‘t find any solution to do a proper ping pong patch with the given delays :-(


answered Feb 23 '19 at 12:44 by XHale84 (15)

What would you describe as a proper ping-pong delay?


answered Feb 23 '19 at 12:46 by sticklebrick (480)

I've just found a description on this page:

If this is what you want to achieve then you can do it with delay-4.


answered Feb 23 '19 at 12:50 by sticklebrick (480)

I will check this out and get back to this thread. Thank you so far :)


answered Feb 23 '19 at 12:55 by XHale84 (15)

That works pretty good! Thank you for this kind and simple answer :)



answered Feb 23 '19 at 23:10 by XHale84 (15)

No problem happy to help, an up vote would be appreciated :)


answered Feb 23 '19 at 23:16 by sticklebrick (480)

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