asked Feb 05 '15 at 12:22 by Zuralski (261)

edited Feb 05 '15 at 12:24

Is it currently possible in BWS to modulate between tracks? e.g. to let cutoff of a device in track A to modulate cut off of devices in track B? I know sidechaining is a type of cross-track modulation, but is there any way to do something more fancy in BWS? The typical case might be to affect filter cut off of sampler in track B, when changing filter cut off intrack A. It's like if tracks were part of a modular system and you could route signals between tracks as you would between effects.

You can use the note and audio mod devices ( in combination with receivers ) for example. There is an example of it on the bitwig.com page: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MCkAkqdBXe4

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answered Feb 05 '15 at 13:59 by Solidtrax (919)

edited Feb 05 '15 at 21:40

The cleanest and easiest way to do this IMO is to make a track with an "instrument layer" plug, and inside of it you put 2 audio recievers and chose the 2 (or more) tracks you want in the same channel, then you can press the "<>" button on the instrument layer plugin and you make your macro's there for both layers however you please. This of course mean you have to move the effect plugins from the 2 origin tracks onto the layers of the new track.

That's one way of doing it, hope this is what you were looking for :) cheers

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answered Feb 18 '15 at 21:24 by ImDino (11)

edited Feb 18 '15 at 21:26

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