asked Dec 16 '13 at 20:59 by Solidtrax (919)

edited Feb 04 '15 at 14:01

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Is there a general request for change and/or feature request list where users can vote for changes?

It would be a win-win situation. For bitwigHQ AND the end-user. Users can bring in feature requests or changes (modded ofcourse) and you can share this list with end-users who can vote for features/changes. This way you know what lives in the user community without have to read all those posts at different forums and the end-user has something to say as well. Just a thought though...

haven't seen one and I don't believe there is one. It is very nice to see Bitwig's vision and use it. There is the support email address that you can send suggestions and bug reports to. I think it is important for us to share both bugs and workflow issues. We all make music differently in the end..or at least want to.

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answered Jan 19 '14 at 05:29 by ratsnake (101)

I second this, it would be a great idea. Of course Bitwig can decide to do whatever they waint but I feel like having a list that the community can add to and vote on will help Bitwig really know what it is people want and also undoubtedly reduce the amount of redundant feature request e-mails they must be getting.

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answered Jul 11 '14 at 00:27 by Andreilg (96)

Third this! I want to know what's being worked on. I think the users should have a voice in what gets implemented (especially some sorely missing features coming from other DAWs). We did pay a hefty sum in support of the company and the vision to have a new DAW with modern features. And they are great. But there are still some things very critical to get implemented (I think the 1.1 update will help a lot, but still...).

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answered Nov 04 '14 at 03:31 by kzantow (316)

Voting for bugfixes would be great

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answered Nov 04 '14 at 11:28 by nbot (11)

Hi, This would be a request for a modification on the limit of the speed of the lfo in the lfo mod. The goal of a larger limit speed would be to use lfo mod as a modulator oscillator on polysynth being the carrier and playing with say the phase(PM) or the pitch(FM) and the gain(AM) of the oscillator. Preferably there could be a keytrack option so the oscillator could change according to note signal effectivally making the user able to have a FM, AM and PM synth( we already have and RM mod). I do not not if it would be hard to implement if not it would be I think a big plus for the users. Is this feasible ?

Goodday too all,

blacksheep

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answered Sep 28 '15 at 19:05 by Mundusnine (11)

This is a great idea!

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answered Mar 11 '16 at 08:53 by dharit (61)

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Asked: Dec 16 '13 at 20:59

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