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Bitwig Studio 100 - Bitwig Spotlight Collection.
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True or False: Most panels can be hidden with a one letter shortcut.
True or false: Phase Distortion is achieved by turning the SHAPE knob.
True or False: Only certain modulators can be modulated by other modulators.
True or false: Two Grid devices are available in Bitwig.
What are the different sampler modes?
Traditional, Textures and Cycles
Normal, Reverse and Granular
Repitch, Cycles and Textures
Repitch, Wavetable and Granular
True or False: Modulators can be used on any device in Bitwig.
True or false: You must have a sample loaded to switch to Multisample mode.
True or False: The INDEX knob changes the entire wavetable.
False. It interpolates between waves in a single wavetable
True, it switches between the wavetables in your library
True or false: Velocity Zones can't overlap.
Is it possible to route the audio of one module into the input of multiple modules?
True or False: Clips can be freely moved to other clips slots.
True or False: Notes can only be entered using the Pointer tool.
True or false: Only one CV out device can be added per track.
True or False: Polymer defaults to a Wavetable Oscillator.
True or False: Takes are stored on the track.
True or False: Device Pages can be customized with knobs or buttons.
What does the Occurrence Operator do?
Lets you add specific conditions to notes
Allows you to make notes play on specific iterations of the loop.
Allows you to subdivide a note and make it repeat
Determines the probability that an individual note will play
True or false: A touch screen device can take advantage of MPE with the onscreen keyboard.
True or False: Automation slopes can be curved.
How does Strum differ from an Arpeggiator?
Strum is only meant for guitar patches.
Strum generates different patterns of notes than the Arpeggiator.
Strum only plays each note once. Arpeggiator keeps repeating each
What does the Latch device do?
It is similar to a Gate effect but for MIDI notes
It sustains any played notes until deactived or "killed"
Latch allows you to route MIDI notes from one device to another
Latch is used to group Note FX
True or False: Modulators can only be used on 3rd-party audio effects.
True or false: The hw instrument does not receive audio.
Can parameters from inside the Grid be assigned to a Remote Control Panel?
Only the oscillator parameters
True or false: The hw CV instrument sends CV and gate messages.
Bitwig Studio 100
Bitwig Spotlight Collection
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