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Modulation in Bitwig

Create complex and unique sounds using modulation with Bitwig.

Modulation in Bitwig

Create complex and unique sounds using modulation with Bitwig.


Thavius Beck is a multi-instrumentalist, producer, and emcee. he has collaborated with or remixed artists such as Nas, Nine Inch Nails, and Skylar Grey, to name a few. In this course, Thavius demonstrates how Modulation in Bitwig can unlock complex, unique, sounds in your production. In 20 lessons, Thavius will introduce you to Bitwig and its tools. They will allow the user to design specific types of movements to their sounds Course Run Time (1h 34m)


  • Learn moduation in Bitwig.
  • Learn to use the modulator devices in Bitwig in order to change and add movement to various parameters.
  • Explore the modulators based on specific categories (envelopes, LFO's, stepped, etc.).
  • Learn to identify the types of modulator devices to use for specific scenarios.

Lesson Plan

  • 1
    What is Envelope Modulation?
    In this step, Thavius discusses modulation, different envelopes, and envelope modulation.
  • 2
    Using LFO's
    In this step, Thavius introduces the LFO, and discusses the different types of LFO's.
  • 3
    Understanding Sequencers
    In this step, Thavius discusses sequencing with the step modulator parseq-8, and using the note counter modulator.
  • 4
    XY Modulation
    In this step, Thavius discusses advanced modulation, XY modulation, and assigning multiple XY parameters with Vector-4 and Vector-8.
  • 5
    Advanced Modulation
    In this step, Thavius discusses audio sidechain modulation, modulating audio Rate, triggering an envelope, velocity, aftertouch, timbre modulation, and voice stacking.
Music Production