asked Jun 02 '16 at 02:11 by bkanzelmeyer (31)

I would like to assign notes with exact frequencies to create music with Just scales, not 12 TET. Is there a way to assign notes on the piano roll keyboard with particular non standard frequencies? Or to change A440 to some other frequency? I am working with a scale that has 16 notes per octave, and none of them coincide with 12 TET. Any way to use pitch bend or to assign exact pitch frequencies would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

simply :

not on the "sampler".

try to tunes not to 440 Hz, i love 35,9-36 hz... (over all when it degrades slowly.... +/- ...........)


answered Jun 04 '16 at 23:55 by -Chr1sMK2 (suspended)

edited Jun 04 '16 at 23:55

Hi, Have you tried out the new micro-pitch device (newest Bitwig 3.1.X) ? It contains only 1 octave, but if you build an FX Layer and put two Micro-pitch devices in parallel (and two notefilters ahead for the ranges), it should cover 16 notes and then you can tweak every note. I see it calculates with semitones (st)..may be a bit of a hazzle to calculate from Herz to Semitones-alternately, there is the "Note pitch" device but that is tedious- you would need to have a combined "Note filter" for every key and then a "note pitch shifter"- but again, the "fine" knob just calculates in %, not in herz- I would go for the micro-pitch, that is just easier. regards, Former


answered Jan 31 at 17:49 by former (126)

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