asked Apr 10 at 14:39 by leegee (25)

Is it possible to have a Bitwig delay trigger a MIDI drum hit on a different track?

Hi,

I did not understand what you want to obtain as a result....

Would you mind to be more specific? Which effect do you want to realize?

Regards,

Fabrizio

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answered Apr 10 at 18:18 by fsciarra62 (804)

I would like use Delay-2's output as an event to trigger MIDI notes in another track.

  — (Apr 10 at 19:55) leegee
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yeah. My question was more intended to understand what you want achieve musically, more than technically.... An answer like "I have a track with a kick recorded and I want to add some e-clap 2ms after each kick... you know? an explanation like that, more than I want to add 5 and 3 to compute how much is 5+3.... lol...

  — (Apr 11 at 00:49) fsciarra62

I see you want to keep your musical needs a secret....

The only help I personally can give with these details is to point you to a couple of devices which can process transients in audio: Replacer and Transient Control.

I hope you understand that without a clue on the audio material, it is a bit difficult to imagine a processing chain of help.

Best regards,

Fabrizio

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answered Apr 12 at 05:24 by fsciarra62 (804)

Sorry, Fabrizio, I didn't understand! I wasn't trying to keep secrets! I have a MIDI part playing a vibraphone VST that goes into Delay-2, whose delay timings are varied by either automation or modulation. When the delay repeats, I'd like to trigger an organ note. I had a go with Replacer, but will now take a closer look -- thought I was heading in the wrong direction, but very much appreciate your comments as encouragement. Cheers Lee

  — (Apr 12 at 15:08) leegee

Hi leegee. Do not forget the Transient Control. It might help to obtain a more refined impulse for triggering. Probably it might be needed to also enable/disable the Replacer using a modulation to skip the direct sound. Just an hypothesis. You might also need to have parallel processing chains, you can obtain using fx layers.

Hope this helps...

Fabrizio

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answered Apr 12 at 15:18 by fsciarra62 (804)

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