Bitwig Studio Released

Now available for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux      27/03/14

Buying Choices

Bitwig has announced that Bitwig Studio, which they describe as 'The next generation of music software', is now available for  Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. The company had this to say...

"The Bitwig Team would like to take this special moment to thank you. Your excitement and encouragement brought us to a great milestone today. Bitwig Studio 1.0 is an extraordinary product of hard work over the past few years, dedicated to offering a new solution to musicians everywhere, and a promise of great things to come. We will continue to push forward with new ideas, and we welcome your support and feedback in the future."

Here's Bitwig's description of Bitwig Studio:

Record and arrange, improvise and perform, or do it all at once. Choose between several display profiles. Design your own sounds with dedicated container devices. Combine built-in instruments, effects, and VST plug-ins. Bitwig Studio's unified mapping system allows you to modulate any device or VST parameter using macro controls and modulator devices. Explore a new world of creative possibilities, including audio and note expressions, histogram-based value editing, layered editing, extensive bounce-in-place functions, automatic slicing, smart controller integration, and the Open Controller Scripting API. Every feature in Bitwig Studio was developed by musicians, for musicians. Welcome to the next generation of music creation and performance software for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux.

Pricing and Availability:
$478.80 / 301.51 Euro / £277.20

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