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  • Ahornberg
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    Now I'm on bitwig since nearly half a year and I got stick on it :cool:

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  • KrisM
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    Guitar Center (and Musician's Friend, either site, same company) has Bitwig on sale for $200 right now FYI
    Last edited by KrisM; 12-02-2014, 05:38 PM.

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  • KrisM
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    considering this was a brand new DAW, after downloading the demo I'm very disappointed to discover that Bitwig appears to have used raster graphics vs vector. Blur-city on my Surface Pro 3 unless I disable scaling, and then it is tiny. Maybe some day.

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  • phoenstorm
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    has anybody around here taken the plunge? I'd be interested in your assessment

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  • KrisM
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    Bitwig would have to offer a nice cross grade for Live users, and they haven't. Considering I have Suite 9, Push, and several Live Packs, there's just not a lot of incentive for me to switch to or buy Bitwig atm.

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  • seismic1
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    I have 5 daws. I don't need another one. I've barely scratched the surface of EnergyXT. I think it would be difficult to justify paying that sort of money for a new one. I'm quite happy with what I currently have, and when eXT3 comes along.........

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  • S1gnsOfL1fe
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    Originally posted by seismic1 View Post
    Bigwig?:biggrin:
    Autocorrect, lol! ;) *fixed

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  • phoenstorm
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    I haven't seen the need to upgrade to Live 9 yet - I felt a bit left in the rain with the upgrade paths...Bitwig looks nice, in the usual forums I see certain signs of people being a bit disillusioned - maybe too much hype after all? Unfortunately I have to say it comes down to money...the intro price is not low enough to make it interesting, and why should I try out a demo if my current solution is working more or less fine? So I wish them all the sucess in the world Ideally the competition with live will drive down prices on both sides. A bit cynical, but I have the time to wait and see how that plays out :biggrin:

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  • seismic1
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    Bigwig?:biggrin:

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  • aoVI
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    Mine arrived in the mail this morning!



    Sorry, couldn't resist. I have to admit I enjoyed posting my fair share of cat pics in the original thread over on KVR--not in the actual info thread, just in the one in off-topic.

    I haven't run into anything I wanted to do but can't in what I am using (S1, Reaper, PT10), so It'll be a pass for me, but looks great.

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    Originally posted by GaryG View Post
    I'm *really* trying to be a one DAW guy (Reaper!) but am intrigued by some of Bitwigs features. Though it does look like it owes a lot to Ableton which I like ok but ultimately didn't really suit my workflow.
    I am of much the same view - I would like to use something with the design qualities of Bitwig but with Reaper's feature set. Apparently Bitwig is not that great for audio editing (it is not trying to be). Traktion 5 is interesting, not quite there yet but could become a genuine alternative to Reaper.

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  • GaryG
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    I'm *really* trying to be a one DAW guy (Reaper!) but am intrigued by some of Bitwigs features. Though it does look like it owes a lot to Ableton which I like ok but ultimately didn't really suit my workflow.

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  • Synthetic Aurality
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    I've followed the hype and cats, for now I' taking a "wait and see" attitud as between Tracktion 5 and SONAR X3 I have DAWs coming out all over.

    It LOOKS interesting, though.

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  • S1gnsOfL1fe
    started a topic Bitwig Studio

    Bitwig Studio

    Who's getting it?

    https://www.bitwig.com/en/home/recent-news.html

    I've been following the hype for months (over a year) and it's finally here. For those that don't know, the short story is a bunch of ex-Ableton employees got together and wanted to build a new DAW together, one that would revolutionize the way people make music, make music together, and change the game. Version 1.0 was released today.

    Oh and it even runs on Linux! Check it out.

    Cheers,
    -S1gns

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