asked Dec 10 '19 at 23:03 by jeronath (11)

Hi everybody, I am just beginning to learn how to use bitwig. I don't find any explanation about how importing midi files. I want to use phrases composed in musecore. Thanks in advance for tours answers. Nath

Just drag the MIDI file to Bitwig - either from Bitwig's browser or from your desktop, explorer / finder

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answered Dec 11 '19 at 16:34 by antic604 (602)

Hi To be more precise:

1, Import plain midi files (if not stored with your project locally) into \Users[yourName]\Music\music_data\bitwig_library\Clips (windows).

2.Open bitwig, oben the browser, section for "Clips". Then search for a midi file name or drill down the folder structure.

3.Once found, drag it into your target track.

I see that "clips" can have metadata- so the full options for tagging, using collections, meta search etc is available :) So you can add your chord type, tempi etc and then later just search for that. - see also the thread about "Smart Collections" for more insight into management of plenty of midi files:https://answers.bitwig.com/questions/23300/smart-collections

best regards, Former

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answered Mar 07 at 11:49 by former (126)

edited Mar 07 at 11:49

One thing that is disappointing though is that you can audition a midi clip, but instead of playing on the selected track, it will play simple sine tones. This is especially unhelpful if you are auditioning midi drum loops.

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answered Mar 12 at 04:12 by Magic_Russ (61)

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