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Bitwig Studio 103 - Instruments and MIDI Explored.
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It is possible to map different Instruments to a single Macro knob. True or false?
How can you add notes in the Note Editor panel?
By Control-clicking and choosing "Insert note"
With a single click
Where do you need to place Note Effects?
After an Instrument, but before Audio Effects
Before an Instrument
Only in an FX Chain plug-in
Anywhere you wish in the Device panel
How can you create Instrument layers?
Select all Instrument tracks, Control-click and choose Create Stack Folder
Select all Instrument tracks and press Command-G (Mac) or Control-G (Windows and Linux)
Drag an instrument in the Instrument Layer plug-in and press the + button to add additional Instruments
Drag all instruments inside an FX Chain plug-in
How can you map a Macro knob to a hardware controller?
Turn on Automation Write mode, select a Macro knob and move a knob on your hardware controller
You can do this under Options > Preferences > Controllers
Click on a Modulation Routing Symbol and move a knob on your hardware controller
Right-click the Macro knob, choose “Learn Controller Assignment…” and move a knob on your hardware controller
What’s the benefit of Sandboxing?
It lets you open multiple projects at the same time
It lets you bounce all tracks individually
It lets you mix and master your projects in the box
If a third-party plug-in crashes, it will not take-down your whole Bitwig project
What is the keyboard shortcut to create a new Instrument Track?
Which of the following is NOT a Bitwig Instrument?
What happens if you press on the + button next to an Instrument in the Device panel?
A list of Bitwig effects plug-ins will appear
It will duplicate the Instrument
It will open a list of presets for this Instrument
It will create a new Instrument Track
It is possible to have both MIDI and audio on a track. True or false?
What is the easiest way to bounce a MIDI track to audio?
Choose File > Export Audio
Route the MIDI track to an Audio track and press Record
Right-click and choose “Bounce in Place”
None of the other answers are correct
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