asked Dec 02 '16 at 21:30 by Ottworks (354)


Will there be a convolution reverb device? I've tried many VSTs, but most of them are far too clunky for my liking. Ideally I'd like something that does the same thing as Fruity Convolver.

Thanks for the feature wish. I do believe such a device is on the to-do list for the future.

  — (Dec 07 '16 at 10:20) fredrik

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+1, I would really appreciate native convolution reverb device with ability to save IR file within the project file.


answered Apr 19 '17 at 19:11 by Enrize (249)

a convolution reverb device taking advantage of bitwig's sampler to read/generate impulse response files would be ridiculously powerful.


answered Mar 06 at 04:18 by unslept (132)

Holy crap this would be AMAZING! I'm ashamed I didn't think of it myself.

  — (Mar 09 at 04:22) CaptainColon

+1 yep, a convolver device with loadable IR could be really nice!


answered Jul 30 '17 at 20:51 by xs (51)

+1 yes please, convolution reverb with loadable IR would make Bitwig irresistible for even more people :D


answered Feb 13 at 13:40 by RichardC (113)

edited Feb 13 at 13:41

Up vote from me. I feel like this, along with some granular toys, should have been implemented before "treemonster".


answered Apr 21 '17 at 00:23 by importjingles (61)

+1, yes please :)


answered Aug 07 '17 at 10:44 by antic604 (519)

Another +1; love the strides Bitwig has made and hope this is one of the things on the table for the next big update.


answered Feb 04 at 06:57 by CaptainColon (62)

Another +1 here, please. If this arrives with v2.5 I won't be waiting until v3 to renew my update plan. A native convolution reverb will make whichever version it arrives with irresistible :)


answered Feb 14 at 23:28 by Kavokei (43)

It's really the only thing missing for me! Any update?


answered May 09 at 12:33 by maaaks (31)

edited May 09 at 12:33

+1 yes please!


answered Jun 12 at 14:14 by trummerschlunk (31)

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Asked: Dec 02 '16 at 21:30

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