asked Jun 07 '16 at 19:21 by Yofrom92 (41)

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Hello, If it"s not possible to be in midi slave mode, I go back to Live Ableton. I can't imagine a software without this fonction. Bitwig is fantastic and I can't imagine you forgot the midi mode slave. I have old session in protools 8, on a old computer, and I can't move the tempi of sessions because the audio recording. I arrange the old sessions with Live ableton on another computer. Live Ableton is in slave mode to respect the original tempo of protools 8 (on the old computer) ; and all is ok.

But I wanted to change for Bitwig because I prefer this soft, and "Bullshit", there is no fuc.... midi slave mode. I can't believe it. Hey guys, wake up.
Thank you Best regards

   Yo (from Paris)

By the amount of people complaining about it, this should be priority number 1. It's sad I use to participate in some electronic music meetings, we do jams syncing our synths and daws (ableton) so everybody is on same clock and now the guys are using even network sync. But I simple can't do it with Bitwig. I was testing some webmidi scripts on the browser and I had to use an older version of ableton to test the browser as master clock too.

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answered Jun 21 '16 at 18:57 by danielmiclos (21)

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