Bitwig Certified Trainer, Thavius Beck, created this course to give newcomers, and even experienced users, an in-depth understanding of how Bitwig Studio really works. Let a Bitwig Certified Trainer show you the way!
Thavius Beck is an electronic musician/producer/programmer as well as an electronic music educator who has worked with various artists ranging from Nine Inch Nails to Saul Williams to singer/songwriter Skylar Grey.
This course by Bitwig Certified Trainer, Thavius Beck, takes you through the essentials you need to create your own original compositions in Bitwig Studio. It starts with a detailed exploration of the Dashboard, GUI and touch screen capabilities. Viewers then learn how to configure their preferences for audio and MIDI and how to use MIDI instruments. The next collection of video tutorials show how to use and edit audio clips and how to use both Audio and Note Effects. Viewers also see the vast new array of Modulators, and how to apply them to Bitwig devices.
Continuing on with this course also familiarizes students on personalizing the toolbar and accessing and working with the browser. It dives into the Inspector panels and how the Clip Launcher and Arrangement views work together. The concluding section takes the viewer step-by-step through the rendering and exporting process.
Completing this course, under the guidance of Bitwig Certified Trainer Thavius Beck, assures that you get the most out of Bitwig Studio, and gives you the knowledge you need to continue to building your musical compositions on a solid foundation.
Section 1: Section 1: Opening Bitwig for the First Time
Very Worthy Intro to Bitwig wrote on November 16, 2022
Coming from Ableton and having already played around with Bitwig quite a bit before getting around to completing this course I thought I had a good grasp of the tools and interface of Bitwig. This course has helped me uncover super useful parts of the Bitwig interface and workflow that I might have gone years without discovering. Great pacing and very thorough explanation of the main aspects of the DAW with fun, relatable example songs to play along with. Looking to move onto some of the more advanced courses that Thavius offers.
Joseph Mondragon wrote on October 5, 2022
This course made it possible for me to use the Bitwig DAW that came with a keyboard I purchased. I had watched a lot of videos but they mostly assumed I already knew how to use a DAW, and/or were so fast and densely detailed that they were literally useless.
In this course all of the basics are covered in a meaningful order. Generality and detail are balanced perfectly for the novice - each category is covered well enough to use and in enough detail to show a variety of practical applications without being bogged down by irrelevant (to the beginner) detail. The pace is measured and easy to follow. Important facts are highlit and repeated enough to help them stick.
Thavius Beck is clearly knowledgeable with a natural and contagious enthusiasm. He has a great voice that is easy to understand and enjoyable to listen to. I highly reccomend this course.
Riko wrote on June 24, 2022
Incredible, fully rate this course got a few more courses to get through and I can't wait.
Andy wrote on February 19, 2022
Great overview! Thanks for putting this together.
Alex wrote on February 4, 2022
Very good course by a great teacher! What it says on the tin really :) It's quite dense in information so to practice everything on my own it took me a couple of days to complete.
Joel Johnston wrote on January 29, 2022
Finished the course while building my own songs and I've been thoroughly impressed. Great Work!
Max wrote on December 26, 2021
Good course for completely beginner, but I think the voice sound was a bit mess here in the track idea.
C R wrote on December 13, 2021
Great class, to the point and helpful for someone switching DAWs.
L. Leeftink wrote on March 26, 2021
Absolutely great course not only for beginners but also for more pro Bitwig users. Thavius Beck is a great instructor wich explains everything in an easy to follow and clear way. I abolutely recommand this course to everone who starts or already uses Bitwig.