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Bitwig Studio for Mac

Bitwig Studio 3.2.5

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Sometimes latest versions of the software can cause issues when installed on older devices or devices running an older version of the operating system.

Software makers usually fix these issues but it can take them some time. What you can do in the meantime is to download and install an older version of Bitwig Studio 3.2.5.

For those interested in downloading the most recent release of Bitwig Studio for Mac or reading our review, simply click here.

All old versions distributed on our website are completely virus-free and available for download at no cost.

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What's new in this version:

- Extension API is now at version 12, allowing finer control of specific devices and plug-ins

Automation Streamlining:
- When automation follow is enabled, automation and MIDI both follow when Arranger clips are moved or deleted
- Certain parameters (such as pitch bend, pedal CCs, pressure) will always clear to 0, regardless of what the value from the left side of the time range was
- MIDI automation is recorded in a proper hold mode (avoiding inadvertent ramps)
- When recording and not overdubbing, each MIDI parameter that already has an automation lane write a flat line
- When recording, MIDI automation is only played back when overdubbing
- Automation thinning is not applied to certain MIDI parameters (pedal CCs) after recording
- Automation thinning is not applied after pencilling certain parameters (non-continuous parameters, not related to MIDI)
- MIDI parameters that already exist are no longer added twice on record
- Fixed some GUI repaints in the Arranger

- Application could hang when there were very large Grid patches, in some cases
- Changing a toggle parameter in a device now updates the status (in the window footer) immediately
- Pressing the [DELETE] key, etc., in the plug-in host window will no longer delete project content. (Global shortcuts like controlling the transport, will still work though.)
- Assigning shortcut to DSP Performance Graph window does not close it anymore after opening
- Changing caps lock status in a plug-in window would not necessarily turn on note input
- Keyboard note input did not allow some keys that weren't are used for note input to reach the plug-in (such as the arrow keys, etc.)
- barStartPos value sent to VST 2 plug-ins would always be 0
- Jack transport could be reported incorrectly to Jack when there were time signature changes
- Windows: plug-ins always assumed that caps lock was used to turn on keyboard note input even, if the user disabled this in the (Shortcut preferences)
- macOS: keyboard note input could invoke an action in a plug-in instead of playing a note in some plug-ins
- Linux: keyboard input was not working for many plug-ins (such as u-he plug-ins, and Renoise's Redux)
- Controller API: CursorTrack.createCursorDevice using a CursorDeviceFollowMode would not update correctly at the point a new device was inserted into the device chain