Similar to Ableton Live, Bitwig Studio's main use case is to be used for live performances. The colorful and appealing interface provides great user experience for mixing and editing tunes while interacting with the crowd.
With its newest version 3, Bitwig Studio introduced a highly praised open modular environment where you can add a "Grid" device to your project that lets you patch anything anywhere.
Should you ever come into the situation that you run into an unexpected crash, you can be at ease because all plugins are sandboxed which prevent the system from going downhill completely.
With over 10GB of sound content that comes prepacked with Bitwig Studio, you can experiment and tweak endlessly. One of Bitwig Studio's USPs is definitely the fact, that it is one out of only a handful DAWs that supports all 3 major operating systems, which could help gain some traction amongst the Linux community.
- Bitwig Studio - 16-Track ($100)
- Bitwig Studio - Education ($270)
- Bitwig Studio - Full ($400)