asked Feb 27 '19 at 21:31 by Zacharyvh (11)

All of my piano keys sound the same. Is there any button or selection I make to have them sound different?


This is a poorly worded question. I can only assume that you have a sampler device containing a single kick sample and the keytracking is not on, therefore the pitch of the kick sample is the same across the entire keyboard. To turn on keytracking, click the piano keys symbol above the sample waveform window, so that it displays 100% and not 0%.


answered Feb 27 '19 at 23:01 by sticklebrick (480)

edited Feb 27 '19 at 23:43

I tried turning on keytracking, and nothing changed

  — (Feb 28 '19 at 01:54) Zacharyvh


the e-kick instruments is not tuned. You can read about how it works in the fine Bitwig manual that you have received for free with your Bitwig.

As the very kind Sticklebrick has already pointed out, if you need that kind of behavior, you can use a sampler with a kick sample.

Or, better, you can sinthetize your own with the polysynth or look at presets.

By the way, for the next time, please try to spend some time to ask your question in a more polite and wordy way. Even your answer to Sticklebrick was not, how to say, generous...

Best regards,



answered Feb 28 '19 at 09:10 by fsciarra62 (1.0k)

edited Feb 28 '19 at 09:11

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