asked Apr 01 '14 at 19:31 by MiZim (56)

Is there a 64 bit Version off bitwig-studio? My Bitwig runs in 32-Bit. I was not asked when i installed it.

Doing it right now: 16 stereo tracks each recording from own stereo input. RAM usage just above 500 K.


answered Apr 02 '14 at 22:29 by joergwessels (281)

Good question... System requirements on their page mentions 64 bit requirement but the windows installation folder is in x86 program files...

I second that question.... AM I really running 32 or 64 bit?


answered Apr 02 '14 at 00:04 by Alexisk (301)

Thank you: I read that you have the same question. But what is the answer?

  — (Apr 02 '14 at 09:28) MiZim

You are running 32bit. But it doesn't matter because the application is smaller than 4 GB. And the plugins don't need to fit in that space because they can be set to run in their separate processes. Plus you can run 64 bit plugins too.


answered Apr 02 '14 at 22:08 by joergwessels (281)

And what if I record for long live sessions through many simultaneous analogue inputs? Isn't the 4GB+ RAM beneficial at that point?


answered Apr 02 '14 at 22:18 by Alexisk (301)

@24/192 Khz too right?!?! just kiddin... all good then...


answered Apr 02 '14 at 22:34 by Alexisk (301)

As far as I know, just the GUI runs on 32bit. Audio engine supposedly is all 64bit with 32bit floating point word-length aka bit-depth.


answered Apr 06 '14 at 03:55 by Cyler (356)

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