Bitwig Studio 2.1 Is Released - New Devices, Sounds and Features
Bitwig has officially released Bitwig Studio 2.1, bringing about new features including MIDI clock slave functionality, new instrument devices and presets, new native sounds and much more.
- MIDI clock slave: MIDI clock slave functionality lets you sync up Bitwig Studio 2.1 to software and hardware clocks. You can now let your hardware sequencer control the Bitwig Studio clock and transport, or sync Bitwig Studio to other software, or indeed run two instances of Bitwig Studio in perfect sync
- Amp: Inject a bit of virtual analog grit into your sounds with the new Amp device, a remarkable piece of amplifier-simulation technology. The Amp consists of pre and post sections with individual EQs, a drive section with 8 drive types and a cabinet simulation offering advanced cabinet, coloring and mix settings.
- New Sound Packages: Over 150 high quality presets for numerous devices, including 7 new drum kits, 174 drum samples, and an impressive multi-sampled electric guitar right at your finger tips
The addition of MIDI clock slave functionality in Bitwig Studio 2.1 is definitely one of the most notable additions in the update, allowing you to control the DAW’s clock and transport in sync with any external hardware sequencer. Also, this allows two instances of Bitwig Studio to be used in parallel with eachother.
Demo of MIDI clock slave
Demo of new Amp audio effect device
Bitwig Studio 2.1 is available for download at a price of 399 USD, or for existing customers, $169. Also, there is a free demo available for Bitwig Studio 2.1 and aving and exporting is disabled until a full license is purchased.