asked Jul 08 '16 at 16:37 by RocketChief (11)

edited Jul 08 '16 at 16:38

hello, i saw a few tutorials where it was really easy to add chaos to the velocity or just change the velocity easy per note. like here: https://ask.audio/articles/adding-random-chaos-to-your-tracks-in-bitwig-studio but the interface looks now different and i don't know how to do it. i know the option to change velocity with mouse up/down while creating a midi note or using a volume automation which takes a lot of time. is there a better way to do it? also i can not add chaos to the velocity. i change the parameters, but they switch back and nothing happens. i would really appreciate some help. thank you

anybody knows an answer to this?

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answered Jul 31 '16 at 23:15 by RocketChief (11)

im looking for stuffs like this for each note :

(to LFO a note...)

->

chaos is not fun, it is not real time randoming.

Edit : "CHAOS" is a serum vsti button -> it acts like lfo set on random or s&h.

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answered Aug 01 '16 at 00:59 by -Chr1sMK2 (suspended)

edited Aug 04 '16 at 03:12

While the Chaos parameter reverts to 0, the Velocity of the notes does get altered. Basically it applies the Chaos amount you input, with the given Mean and Spread, then sets the Chaos parameter back to 0.

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answered Jan 19 at 01:24 by Epistemic (31)

edited Jan 19 at 01:26

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Hey jees' ....

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So free... Tomorros i see probly shm... I wish.

(Was long to complete the studio.... Still need an electric strat~ through.....)

I'm enjoyi g now i can sleep now.

Just positive :-)

Edit: check this USB SOLAR CHARGER ->

https://vimeo.com/177502919

(At 1'43...)

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answered Aug 04 '16 at 03:10 by -Chr1sMK2 (suspended)

edited Aug 04 '16 at 05:40

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