How To Make A Synth In Bitwig Studio's Grid

The Grid in Bitwig Studio is an incredibly powerful environment for building sounds and synths from scratch. Here, certified trainer Thavius Beck gets to the heart of how it works.  

Bitwig Studio 3 introduced an open modular environment called The Grid that can be used for building all sorts of instruments and tools. In this video from the course Bitwig Studio 302: The Grid Explained And Explored, discover the building blocks of synthesizers that are offered in the Grid, and how to use them, with Bitwig certified trainer, Thavius Beck.

Bitwig Studio 302: The Grid Explained And Explored

Thavius starts by loading up a Polysynth module, which uses subtractive synthesis to generate sound. Walking you through the oscillator system, he explains the signal flow through the module including how to mix the two oscillators, using filters to shape the sound, and using the ADSR envelope section to further craft the tone. Later he shows you how the module works in the wider context of the Grid and in the following videos he explains how to go much further with creating instruments and custom setups in Bitwig Studio. Check out the full course using the links below.

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