asked Dec 31 '15 at 03:15 by boerup (86)

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In Orion, I can use the LFO tool to create automation.

Now, in Bitwig, the LFOs in the sampler are great, but it would be nice if I could transfer the LFO modulation to the automation lane - or at least create modulation with an LFO tool.

See screenshot from Orion:

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Have you tried the "LFO Mod"?

You can drop any device into the FX layer of the LFO Mod and modulate any parameters. It is a very powerful tool. Of course it won't affect the track automation, but could be as good if you sync the rate to the host clock. I do a lot of self modulating parts like that.

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answered Jan 02 '16 at 05:04 by cellrok (26)

Thanks, but I am looking for a way to create LFO automation tracks - so that I can easily tweak it afterwards.

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answered Jan 02 '16 at 14:24 by boerup (86)

I am looking for the exact same thing. I want to record modulation (e.g. via the LFO MOD device) to automation lanes, then deactivate the modulation and tweak the recorded automation data on the automation lane. Is that possible at all?

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answered Jan 23 '16 at 19:47 by amadeus (111)

Hi! I am interested in how to do what boerup has told us, too. Any clue?

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answered Mar 14 '17 at 11:45 by eowar (65)

edited Mar 14 '17 at 11:49

There is a simple approach here, that while not exactly optimal it is quite good: https://www.kvraudio.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=259&t=482517

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answered Apr 06 '17 at 16:13 by ejgallego (94)

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