asked Jan 13 at 18:17 by rufrufruffni (11)

Since I've first seen ProTools in action in a professional recording studio I've seen the advantage the "scrubbing" cursor-tool gives. It acts like an "audio-magnifying-glass", which lets you listen closely to single tracks in a speed defined by mouse movement. Does something similar exist for Bitwig? If not: is there any intention in adding this to Bitwig? Imho this is a major game-changer in getting people to have fast workflows when working with bigger audio recordings. And i would so love to have this tool ready for my projects (I'm not considering working with ProTools or changing DAWs any time soon, so....)

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