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Izotope Stutter Edit


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  • #22941
    Avatar of djdunamis
    djdunamis
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    pretty cool VST they just released in collab with BT

    LINK: http://www.izotope.com/products/audio/stutteredit/

    [youtube:3mmbwi12]mh1qg7MPP-E[/youtube:3mmbwi12]

    #36834

    Yes, it is cool and will give some new cool trix in the mixes this summer. What it does is to chop the audio sound in a side channel and make all kinds of gates, filters, directions etc. Can be used live as well from any live feed as a signal from radio, TV, a Preacher, Back Vocals etc as a rhythm element

    #36835
    Avatar of djdunamis
    djdunamis
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    I know what it does, was posting that they released it finally.

    #36836
    Avatar of BeyondEarth
    BeyondEarth
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    Between Stutter Edit, Glitch, and just cutting the waveform manually… you can make one wicked track. Stutter Edit alone is pretty cool, but leaves you feeling like you are hearing a stutter edit demo. It takes a lot to make something unique come out of it that doesn’t just sound like stutter edit. Mix it with glitch and you can for use make a track that signature sound BT is famous for (from albums like ESCM) Pretty sweet little tool… not much work the price tag though.

    #36837

    I make my own plug it cost me $0
    It’s called copy and paste buy hand with some math and time or use a messed up cd with your samples on it use a old cd player the messed up cd will give you micro glitches vary nice or use Max/msp or pure date to make your own plugs very very nice and complex i really killed it with no money Bt is not gong to get my money I set my mind on it to make something even better then ththat vst and I did it I will post it up soon

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