Bitwig 8-Track DAW offered to Nektar customers
Nektar Technology partnered with Bitwig to offer their customers a brand new light version of the Bitwig DAW.
Bitwig 8-Track is a lighter version of the standard DAW, limited to 8 project tracks, 2 effect tracks, 8 scenes, 1 hardware instrument and 1 hardware effect. It ships with the entire collection of Bitwig Studio devices and the Bitwig Studio Library.
This new Bitwig version, which was designed for beginners in computer music, is offered to all owners of a Nektar Impact IX, Impact LX and Panorama MIDI controller until August 31st. To download it, you’ll need to register and enter the serial number of your device at www.bitwig.com.
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