When November started, Bitwish didn’t even exist as an idea. After Bitwig Studio 4.1: Let There Be Notes! a wave of feedback about missing features inspired this project. Less than four weeks later, 93 participants have contributed at least one vote. Bitwish has taken off.
- MIDI comping
- MIDI capture
- Alias clips / Linked clips
- Chopping / slicing audio in the Sampler
- Audio to MIDI converter
- Containers within the Grid
- A convolution reverb native device
- Video support
- Undo support for third-party plug-ins
73 open requests (all new)
See the full ranking including votes.
120 users (all new)
10 daily engaged users (average)
- Nov 5 - A community wishlist for Bitwig Studio
- Nov 5 - Admins and moderators welcome
- Nov 14 - Bitwish, first week
- Nov 19 - A message to encourage more and refreshed votes
- Nov 20 - Writing a good feature request
- Nov 27 - Psst! Check the upcoming Bitwig Video Guide (an experiment)
More: Bitwish project log
- We are collaborating with @somethingtohide on an integration with @Bitwiggers.
- We are testing private spaces for groups with @corradococco.
- We plan to cover the basics of the Bitwig Video Guide.
- We will discuss a space to share and upvote new music produced with Bitwig.
All this to support Bitwish’ goal: build a community wishlist with the participation of all kinds of creative and collaborative Bitwig lovers!
And this is the first Bitwish monthly report. What can we do better in December? Share your feedback!