asked Dec 04 '13 at 12:05 by mealiedl (1.1k)

Will Bitwig Studio support ReWire?

There is no ReWire support planned, but if you want to route audio and MIDI between different applications, you might want to take a look at the JACK Audio Connection Kit, which is available for OSX, Win and Linux.


answered Dec 04 '13 at 12:05 by mealiedl (1.1k)

Jack seems to be unavailable on Windows though - at least in Beta 9

  — (Jan 03 '14 at 13:23) ThomasHelzle

I intend to use Bitwig Studio with Congnitone Synfire and its DAW drones. For this I'd really prefer to have Rewire available. Will it perhaps be possible in a later revision of Bitwig Studio?


answered Dec 30 '13 at 12:50 by HiEnergy (31)

I've used Cubase as my main DAW and experimented with Ableton Live as the slave using Rewire and it is a breeze. I would love to see Bitwig implement Rewire, though I have no experience with the JACK audio connection kit. I'll give it a try and see what happens.


answered Jul 22 at 20:35 by vintiquesound (21)

Bitwig seem to like to implement technologies that can be used on every platform that Studio supports, and I suspect they won't jump on ReWire for this reason. Just like Audiounits, they would be great for those on a platform that can take advantage, but they then lose feature-parity across all versions.


answered Sep 07 at 10:54 by MCMiller (11)

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