asked Dec 09 '16 at 10:52 by pboy (82)

Several times every day I need to export audio, for remixes, meeting absolute time requirements (rather than numbers of bars and beats). For example to provide a 60 seconds remix of a song. In Bitwig we're setting the start and stop time for the audio export in the Time Range window, during the exporting process. This time is displayed in bars and beats and I just can't figure out how to change it to display absolute time (minutes, seconds, milliseconds)?

I would also need help to set the arrange time loop as absolute time? Doing so is a fast and efficient way to see in just one glance where to cut, and how to re-arrange, a longer arrangement in order to create a shorter version remix.

why ?

u droner ? ambiant ?

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answered Dec 09 '16 at 14:30 by -Chr1sMK2 (suspended)

I make a lot of media music and there may be film cues of certain lengths plus the the standard length for typical ad spotsk

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answered Dec 09 '16 at 21:00 by pboy (82)

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