asked May 09 at 19:08 by claude_young (31)

edited May 09 at 19:12

I just wanted to post these to the community as I haven't contributed yet. These are Swing settings for Bitwig taken from some of my favorite Drum Machines / Software. They were created by taking the Original MIDI groove template files I have, loading them into a Sampler with a bitwig Click sample, and playing back he internal click with the template phase inverted until maximum cancellation between the 2 was achieved.

I hope some of you find these useful. With Love from Detroit> Cy

Claude Young's BITWIG STUDIO Swing Settings

Roland TR 909 (16 Swing) Setting 1 - 16.1 Setting 2 - 24.7 Setting 3 - 49.2 Setting 4 - 58.5 Setting 5 - 75.6 Setting 6 - 91

LOGIC PRO (16 Swing) A - 0.0 B - 16.7 C - 33.3 D - 50 E - 66.7 F - 83.3

EMU SP-1200 (16 Swing) 54 % - 8.9 58 % - 24.4 63 % - 41.1 67 % - 58.9 71 % - 75.6

Claude,

I was so excited to read a message from you that I voted immediately ! :-D

But honestly I do not understand. I'm too noob.... :-(

Might you or someone help me understanding what you are talking about, and how to replicate it?

In any case, thank you.

Fabrizio

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answered May 10 at 00:22 by fsciarra62 (719)

Hi, In the transport bar of bitwig there is a "play" button with a drop down menu. Inside this menu are the Groove settings. This area has 2 knobs titled "Groove" & "Accent". Using the number's provided you can [ctrl + click] (windows) the Groove knob and enter the values above the get an approximation of the swing from the different drum machines. For example if I want to program the groove with a 909 style swing, you would enter 49.2 to get the 909 Drum machines swing Setting #3. Hope this helps! kindest regards Cy

  — (May 10 at 05:48) claude_young

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