The new DAW from the German developer has been designed for composing, live performance and DJing.
You have to admire BitWig's ambition. Setting up in Berlin, the city that's home to music tech giants Ableton and Native Instruments, and attempting to muscle in on the DAW market is a ballsy move. At this stage there is no information on pricing, which should eventually give a more clear indication as to where they are attempting to place themselves in the market. BitWig Studio will apparently base its appeal on "flexible editing tools and a super-fast workflow." Included are features such as multi-track recording, clip automation, instruments and effects, time-stretching and VST support. It doesn't reveal too much, but check out the below video for an introduction and their official site for more detailed specs.