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Bitwig Studio 204 - Polymer Explored.
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What happens when you turn on the SYNC button above the Sub Oscillator?
Syncs the Main Oscillator's pitch to the Sub Oscillator's pitch
Deactivates the Main Oscillator
Makes both oscillators generate the same waveform
Activates a synced LFO
Which Parts of Polymer can be "swapped?"
Filter and Filter Envelope
Oscillator, Filter, and Amp Envelope
Oscillator and Noise generator
True or False: Polymer defaults to a Wavetable Oscillator.
What does the triangle on the Resonance knob indicate?
It just points to the resonance knob
You need to click the triangle to activate resonance
It shows when the resonance is turned on
It shows the point where resonance reaches 100%.
True or False: The Filter Envelope can modulate the filter frequency above AND below its current value.
Only in Expanded View
True or False: When converting a Polymer to PolyGrid, a new track is created for PolyGrid and the original Polymer is preserved on the original track.
True, a new track is created
False. PolyGrid is created in place of Polymer on the same track
Which of the following things can be changed in the Expanded View?
Noise type and mono/stereo
Cables can be rerouted in all modules
Additional Oscillators can be added
The Oscillator can be swapped for a Sampler
Which Amp Envelopes make the most sense for short percussive sounds?
AR and ADSR
AD and Pluck
What is the difference between Expanded View and Converting to PolyGrid?
They offer the same functionality
In Expanded View, we can freely edit everything and add whatever we like
Expanded View is the only place we can enable stereo width on the Noise Generator
When Converting to PolyGrid we can freely edit everything and add whatever we we like
What is the maximum number of Unison voices we can generate with the Wavetable Oscillator?
What is a Notch filter?
A Notch filter removes a frequency band, and is essentially the opposite of a Band Pass filter
A Notch filter adds several resonant peaks
There is no such thing as a Notch filter
A Notch filter is another name for a Band Pass Filter
How do you change the amount of voices Polymer can generate?
Voice count can be changed in the Inspector panel
Voice count can be changed in Expanded View
Voice count can be change when converting to PolyGrid
The Voice count can't be changed
How does the Pluck enveloped differ from the AD envelope?
The Pluck envelope has an additional Release parameter
The Pluck envelope doesn't have a Decay parameter
They are essentially the same
The Pluck envelope has a Sustain parameter
True or False: The INDEX knob changes the entire wavetable.
True, it switches between the wavetables in your library
False. It interpolates between waves in a single wavetable
True or False: The Instrument Layer device lets me switch between two different instruments.
False. The Instrument Layer sends notes to all instruments inside at the same time
What modulation sources are already built into Polymer?
A panning modulator
Filter and Amp Envelope
A Filter Drive modulator
What happens when we turn the Noise generator all the way up?
The noise filter gets brighter as we turn it up
All we hear is the noise generator
The noise and oscillators are blended together evenly
The oscillators sync to the noise generator
What is the quickest way to choose different wavetables with the Wavetable Oscillator?
Open the browser panel, search, drag, and drop
Click on the wavetable image in the oscillator
Wavetables can only be changed in Expanded View
Wavetables can only be changed after converting to PolyGrid
Is it possible for the Sub oscillator to be tuned to the same octave as the main oscillator?
You must convert to PolyGrid
Only in Expanded View
True or False: Modulation destinations can be viewed, modified, and deleted in the Inspector Panel.
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