asked Mar 17 '19 at 21:07 by YYBY (56)

Is it possible to have 2 audio samples to play same notes?? In studio one they have something call DETECT CHORDS tells you the notes of first sample,drag notes at top of track,detect second sample then press these options on inspector track, then it will match second sample with notes of first sample. I have melodyne in bitwig but it pretty difficult doing that way lol. Now its eazy to do audio to midi or vice versa.

Hi @YoCrizzzal,

I watched your video, the note/chord detection in S1 is a cool feature, I can see how it could help you find new melodies faster. As you probably already know, Bitwig doesn't have anything like this. I wasn't that impressed with the results of applying it to another audio sample containing another riff/motif though, sounds a bit rough to me, sounds like it needs some refinement, but maybe like you say, the results depend on the samples.


answered Mar 18 '19 at 09:39 by sticklebrick (404)

thanks for watching..yea it definitely based on sample and what option you pick on the left side menu....but it have came up with some dope sounds

  — (Mar 17 at 19:54) YYBY

Hi @YoCrizzzal,

I'm not quite sure what you are asking. The only pitch detection I know of, is in the sampler. Right clicking on the sample waveform, opens this menu:

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Select "detect root key" to adjust the root pitch so that the sample is tuned to standard pitch. This will only work well on samples with constant pitch.


answered Mar 17 '19 at 21:43 by sticklebrick (404)

edited Mar 17 '19 at 21:47

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  — (Mar 17 '19 at 21:48) YYBY

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