Splitter device

Check the splitter tool in Studio One.
This should be in Bitwig as well!

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Hi @paatjoo , welcome!

Can you or someone explain what this tool does, and/or link to any documentation or video featuring it, please?

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@paatjoo you can solve this by using nested effect groups.

I agree it’s not as clear or intuitive as the splitter though.

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We already have splitters. Only difference is that you can’t see the signal graph.

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Ok, I got it… But it could be more simplified I guess…
Also you can see in my post that you can choose between different kinds of splitters.
(Frequency, Normal and Channel)
It is really a great tool!

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Thank you for giving me an excuse to find some videos… :sweat_smile:

That’s not what @paatjoo is asking for though.

The Splitter in S1 is an audio routing feature more similar the effect groups in Bitwig and Ableton Live but it also includes band and MS. Terrible name though as I think it’s very confusing.

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Like the FX Layer, which allows to send the signal through two or more audio effects?

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Isn’t FX Layer doing this? You split an incoming signal into different and independent FX chains and you have a Mix-Knob. - And then they form a summed up signal.