asked Apr 03 '14 at 11:57 by nickwijnand (176)


If you just want to double and half the timing of the MIDI regions you can use the scale x2 and scale /2 buttons in the inspector panel when a MIDI region is highlighted. As far as stretching goes I'm unsure


answered Apr 04 '14 at 02:34 by glueyfeathers (21)


Thanks for you answer, but thats not what I'm looking for. In this video you can see what I want.

  — (Apr 04 '14 at 14:40) nickwijnand

Is there a place to vote for new feature to be implemented, that would be a great one !


answered Sep 17 '17 at 11:11 by elesdyzer (31)

Please integrate this Bitwig, it's been 5 years now...

It's an ESSENTIAL feature, especially when starting a track.


answered Apr 19 '19 at 10:10 by Lyod (81)

  • Very important function which we need!

answered Feb 25 at 08:31 by giovannocarlozze (41)

I bought Bitwig the first day it came out, over five years ago. And posted a feature request about this straight away.

5 years on and It's beyond belief how this feature (midi time stretching) has still not been implemented.

I've long since ditched Bigwig just because of this missing feature, but still wonder from time to time whether it has now been added....sadly not. Maybe in another 5 years?? LOL, all I can do is laugh now.

What a shame!!


answered Feb 09 at 15:14 by Patel (181)

edited Feb 09 at 16:51

Yeah, sadly some of the basics of recording and editing have been neglected thus far. This and step-record are shockingly absent. They've put the time to good use, though. The overall modular design is amazing for sound design. Now we just need it to be a bit friendlier as a general DAW for composition and I'll never look back. Come on Bitwig, open source it and I'll send a pull request! :)

  — (Feb 10 at 07:05) voidshine

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