[LAU] The State of Bitwig

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Date: Tuesday, January 29, 2013 - 9:09 pm

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> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3DqeH0i-M0tC0

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I should have attached that in my first link!

http://www.bitwig.com/faqs.html

In their FAQ:

- LV2 is planned for the next version (nice!)

- LADSPA is not planned for the moment (make sense if they support LV2)

Bitwig seem to be designed to be able to jam with loop of your own
creation, similarly to what's available in Ableton Live - this is
something I'm always missing in Linux, being able to easily and
quickly trying out different loop combination with different order to
find out the best composition possible.

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ense if they support LV2)
Bitwig seem =
to be designed to be able to jam with loop of your own creation, similarly =
to what's available in Ableton Live - this is something I'm always =
missing in Linux, being able to easily and quickly trying out different loo=
p combination with different order to find out the best composition possibl=
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