How to Glitch and Stutter Audio with iZotope Stutter Edit – iZotope Stutter Edit Tutorial

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iZotope Stutter Edit Tutorial

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In this tutorial, Dan Larsson takes you through iZotope’s Stutter Edit and demonstrates how you can easily create stutter and glitch effects with a push of a button.

By the end of this tutorial, you’ll have a basic understanding of how Stutter Edit works when used inside of Ableton Live, and you’ll get a taste of the types of sounds you can create with this powerful tool.

Setting It Up In Ableton Live

Stutter Edit is not your typical audio effect, and because of this, has a slightly different way it needs to be set up.

Dan shows us the process of getting it going, step by step. He first places the plugin on the track he would like to affect, then creates another track to be used as the “trigger track”. The “trigger track” must be a MIDI track as it will be used to send MIDI messages to iZotope Stutter Edit.

Next, Dan demonstrates how the output of the MIDI track should be configured to properly send trigger information to Stutter Edit. Once the record arm but is engaged on your trigger track, you can start glitching!

The Preset Manager

Stutter Edit comes along with a HUGE library of preset effects and effect groups. Dan gives us a good look at how to access all of these presets as well as how they can be configured to trigger in response to various “gestures”.

We also learned how to create and save our own preset effects and gestures!

Generator and Stutter Modes

This tool can utilize a combination of two effect modes, Generator mode, and Stutter mode. As Dan shows us, it’s possible to actually generate sounds using Stutter Edit such as white noise sweeps. As with all of the effects contained in this tool, generators can be mapped to trigger with your choice of MIDI input, whether it’s a keyboard key, drum pad or knob.

Effect Overview

This plugin is too deep to cover in a single video, but Dan gave us a very good overview of the huge variety of glitching, stuttering, time-warping, and sound generating effects that are available in Stutter Edit.

Stutter Edit is a very unique audio plugin for both in the studio and on stage. It offers a slick and easy to use library of effects that can add variety and expression to both live performances and studio production with a press of a button. Because of its unique setup, it’s a hidden gem among glitch software.

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