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AndySlatter Reviewer says

Izotope Stutter Edit is out, I’ve been trying the demo, and it does sound pretty amazing ( you load it as an insert effect on an audio channel, then assign the effect to a midi channel, you trigger variations of effects via midi, it seems to cut up the incoming audio- similar to how Livecut does, but also can add dub delays, filter effects, and much more…..you’ve just got to try it!!) The only thing is, the effects sound very noticable as being “Stutter Edit”, just like how you can tell when something has been made with “Livecut”..............but I’m thinking of buying it regardless, any one else any thoughts on this?

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AndySlatter Reviewer says

Thanks for the link Josh, I was actually on the Inta Audio site today but did not spot that, I bought my first pc DAW off them back in 2003…..great company!!

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garethcoker Reviewer says

Just got it. I have no idea how I’m going to integrate this into my music as 90% of it is orchestral, but it’s a really really cool tool. Also, I think it’ll be possible to make it sound less ‘Stutter Edit’ with a bit of tweaking. But of course, those who are preset happy, will of course have the ‘Stutter Edit’ sound..

A bit like the heavily over-used Symphobia effects sections or 174 – World Hunt from Stylus RMX main library which I’ve heard about 53245905833 times in TV in the last 4 years…...

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AndySlatter Reviewer says

Just got it. I have no idea how I’m going to integrate this into my music as 90% of it is orchestral

I’m sure you will find a way Gareth! I’ll look forward to hearing the results! In my experiments I’ve found that it is good to generate a whole lot of fills to a section of drum loop, bounce the results, then cut them up and add these as fills to the original part. It’s possible obviously to get similar results by applying various effects to a track and automating some parameters, but so far I have not managed to get as pleasing a sound as that from Stutter Edit.

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dejans says

Is this any different to Effectrix or Glitch?

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palmtreep says

Actually with orchestral elements you can create a lot of pretty cool effects with some stutter edit stuff. I have Dblue_Glitch that I use for some of my Uplifting Trance tracks, simple to use, not heavy on features, but it does do some pretty cool effects. I’ve tested it out a few times with orchestral work, amazing what ideas can come up with a little experimentation ;)

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garethcoker Reviewer says

Actually with orchestral elements you can create a lot of pretty cool effects with some stutter edit stuff. I have Dblue_Glitch that I use for some of my Uplifting Trance tracks, simple to use, not heavy on features, but it does do some pretty cool effects. I’ve tested it out a few times with orchestral work, amazing what ideas can come up with a little experimentation ;) Derek

Totally, but if I’m doing a period drama, or even a trailer for a period drama (like some of my work that was licensed for The Kings’ Speech UK trailer :) :) !!) I don’t think my inner Brian Transeau is going to cut it :D

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palmtreep says


Actually with orchestral elements you can create a lot of pretty cool effects with some stutter edit stuff. I have Dblue_Glitch that I use for some of my Uplifting Trance tracks, simple to use, not heavy on features, but it does do some pretty cool effects. I’ve tested it out a few times with orchestral work, amazing what ideas can come up with a little experimentation ;) Derek
Totally, but if I’m doing a period drama, or even a trailer for a period drama (like some of my work that was licensed for The Kings’ Speech UK trailer :) :) !!) I don’t think my inner Brian Transeau is going to cut it :D

Haha, good point you have there. There isn’t a ton of uses for it in orchestral compositions, but I’m sure you can find some way to use it. :P As for me, I have yet to make a good orchestral composition with any stutter effect, so I really have no room to talk :D haha

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AndySlatter Reviewer says

Is this any different to Effectrix or Glitch?

Yes, with stutter edit it is added as an insert effect to your audio/vst channel, then you assign stutter edit to a midi channel, and variations of the effect are triggered on different keys from your midi keyboard.

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

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