asked May 24 at 03:28 by YoCrizzzal (49)

DO BITWIG HAVE INPUT RECORDING PROCESSSING? MEANING I WILL PLACE A AUTOTUNE,AMP OR SLIGHT COMPRESSION ON INPUT. RECORD VOCALS WHEN I PLAY VOCALS BACK ITS PLAYING EFFECT NON REAL TIME NOT TAKING CPU..BUT YOU CANT TAKE EFFECT OFF VOCALS YOU HAVE TO RECORD THEM OVER

Sorry, I don't get what you mean, better, I am not sure to have understood what you want to accomplish as a result.

You can record your voice in a track: yes, it is the purpose of any DAW, Bitwig included.

You can add effects to the processing chain of that track: yes, both using Bitwig devices or any other processing unit, hardware or software plugins.

When you playback, the recorded voice is going to be re-processed in real-time while playback: yes, again normal behavior for any DAW.

Now, I am less than uncertain about what you mean. I try...

You can bypass any device in Bitwig, using the on/off button of any device in the processing chain.

If you use an external processing unit and you want to "bounce" to a track or exporting audio THEN you need to use the option "real-time".

If you use only software processing, when you bounce to another track or when you export audio THEN the process is not happening in real-time and can be faster or slower depending on the CPU load... generally is much much faster.

It is literally impossible that the CPU is not used...

If you record the vocals with external processing before entering the DAW, I mean you use autotune amp and compressore in an extermal hardware mixer and THEN you take the output of the mixer and enter in the DAW, you obviously have to record again, because the effects have been recorded together with the voice and cannot be take away... No DAW in the known world can do this.

I hope to have been of help...

Please let me know... and ask again if I did not get the meaning of your question: I'm not a natural english speaker, sometimes I do not get it...

Fabrizio

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answered May 24 at 14:24 by fsciarra62 (814)

watch this video https://youtu.be/QbwZfrx-1BE

  — (May 25 at 02:11) YoCrizzzal

Hi,

I have watched the video.

I do not comment on what it is said, just that you can do that with Bitwig if you want, in 2019.

I have already mentioned to you about off-the-box processing in my answer. Bitwig routing is very flexible so you can do what you want. I have to say that what is shown is not what you do in off-the-box processing... You do not use plugins in off-the-box, that is the general idea about it...

So, again, yes, Bitwig can process input in that way if you really want to do that.

And, again, yes, if you record the output of an effects chain you cannot take the effects away later, in any DAW in the world. alt text Here a screenshot of a project in which a track (audio3) takes its input from another track (audio2). audio2 has a microphone in input then a chain effect, a delay in my case, just to have clearly the audible effect. The output of audio2 is routed to audio3.

When you record, remember to arm both tracks, you get the processed output of the microphone, out of audio2, recorded in audio3.

Hope this helps, remember to mark your question as solved, if it is solved, and to indicate the correct answer as the answer. Fabrizio

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answered May 25 at 09:02 by fsciarra62 (814)

edited May 25 at 11:39

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