asked Jun 27 '16 at 19:29 by Zengel (31)

Hi ! i'm using Addictiv Drum 2. AD2 can can send multi out signals . Bitwig let me access it and i use audio receiver on Audio track to receive the audio from each elements (say kick and snare) in my example i have 1 midi track with AD2 and 2 audios tracks ; kick and snare. i put an audio receiver on the bitwig track named KICK that receive the audio from "kick(pre)" channel nested in addictiv drum multi out and i put an audio receiver on the bitwig track named SNARE that receive the audio from "snare(pre)" channel nested in addictiv drum multi out now i put all 3 in folder track named "drum" if i want to copy the folder to another project, bitwig loose the routing. i have "no input" in each audio receiver. it's a simple example. i have a lot of multi out and routing with audio receiver and i need to re-route each when i want to copy...a lot of time lost. would it be implemented ?

Routing multi out plugins into single audio tracks in Bitwig is not convenient and a pain in the ass. That's what I find out in the first days of use. :-) Why we have to use this Autdio Receiver Device? Why can we not just select the tracks source via its input selector?

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answered Jan 07 at 11:55 by AndreasFranke (11)

Hi there,

Can I ask what your reason is for doing this? What is it you are trying to achieve? Is it for mixing purposes? The reason I ask is because, when you add a plugin with multiple outputs and select "add chains" Bitwig creates "sub-channels" for each output. You can't see them in Arranger view but if you switch to mix view, at the top of the channel strip for the plugin, there are two downward pointing arrows, click this icon to reveal these sub-channels. You can add other plugins to these channels using the "+" icon on the channel strip.

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answered Jan 07 at 12:57 by sticklebrick (359)

edited Jan 07 at 13:01

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