Bitwig Certified Trainer, Thavius Beck, created this course to give newcomers, and even experienced users, an in-depth understanding of how Bitwig Studio really works. Let a Bitwig Certified Trainer show you the way!
Thavius Beck is an electronic musician/producer/programmer as well as an electronic music educator who has worked with various artists ranging from Nine Inch Nails to Saul Williams to singer/songwriter Skylar Grey.
This course by Bitwig Certified Trainer, Thavius Beck, takes you through the essentials you need to create your own original compositions in Bitwig Studio. It starts with a detailed exploration of the Dashboard, GUI and touch screen capabilities. Viewers then learn how to configure their preferences for audio and MIDI and how to use MIDI instruments. The next collection of video tutorials show how to use and edit audio clips and how to use both Audio and Note Effects. Viewers also see the vast new array of Modulators, and how to apply them to Bitwig devices.
Continuing on with this course also familiarizes students on personalizing the toolbar and accessing and working with the browser. It dives into the Inspector panels and how the Clip Launcher and Arrangement views work together. The concluding section takes the viewer step-by-step through the rendering and exporting process.
Completing this course, under the guidance of Bitwig Certified Trainer Thavius Beck, assures that you get the most out of Bitwig Studio, and gives you the knowledge you need to continue to building your musical compositions on a solid foundation.
Section 1: Section 1: Opening Bitwig for the First Time
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Assad wrote on July 19, 2020
LROD_NY wrote on May 10, 2020
Short and easy to follow. Some it is basic, for the experienced, just move along to the next module where applicable. Learned a lot and I analyzed my current setup in comparison to Bitwig and this is in the ball park for how I write in non-line format by scene or "patterns in this case". I don't leverage sample loops so some of the videos didn't apply as much.
There's no reviewing of VST instruments, vocal recordings or discussion of devices with multiple outputs such as Kontakt.
I leaned a few things, ready to move along with Bitwig!
Luca wrote on April 15, 2020
Great starting point for bitwig!
ricklchurch wrote on April 8, 2020
Great intro course! Learned a ton.. thanks Thavius!
Great course to begin with! wrote on April 5, 2020
It is a really good starting point to deeply understand how bitwig works. Thavius is a great teacher!
AK wrote on March 30, 2020
Don't waste time on youtube, just to have an "updated" tutorial for v3. Trust me, for an intro course, it will not matter if you're on 2 or 3. Thavius totally has this nailed, it only uses what you'll find natively in Bitwig, and the production is awesome. He even does some nice touches, like section zooms's, and highlights to help you find stuff quickly.
I had the video playing side by side with Bitwig. I simply built the project along side the course. It was perfect!
Zach wrote on February 27, 2020
Concise. Covered some quirks I hadn't picked up in the year I've been using Bitwig.
Christopher Fryman wrote on February 21, 2020
I bought Bitwig Studio a long time ago, and only now found time to learn it. This course was great. Now I feel confident to work with it. Very good teacher.
Nigel Milner wrote on February 1, 2020
Very clear step by step guide
berton sierens wrote on January 3, 2020
very professionally done
to the point, not too much and enough to get started