It’s official, iZotope has joined forces with GRAMMY-nominated composer and electronic musician Brian Transeau (BT) to launch Stutter Edit 2 which allows users to create the famous “stutter” editing effect with one button to slice and dice your samples, tracks, and mixes.
This new version grants users the ability to slice audio into small fragments and sequencing the pieces into razor-sharp rhythmic effects, recreating techniques that previously took hours to perfect in a studio. |
With an improved AUTO mode, users can add sounds to mixes without routing or easily connect a MIDI controller to access multiple gestures at once.
Stutter Edit 2 also includes an upgraded Distort module and new Comb, Chorus and Limiter modules, a new Reverb module from BT’s personal collection, along with a suite of 11 effects.
“Experimenting is the greatest thing about Stutter Edit 2. It’s an absolute wormhole of power and inspiration. It’s the one thing you need in your toolbox for exciting, modern, ear candy edits for the master and individual tracks.” said BT. “Stutter Edit 2 is unique in that it offers world-class effects and complex rhythmic parameter sequencing in a form that is playable by anyone,”
“With the first version of Stutter Edit, our collaboration with BT influenced music makers across every genre of music,” says iZotope co-founder and CEO Mark Ethier. “We are thrilled to continue our partnership with BT and launch the next chapter of this pioneering product.”
Check out the official Stutter Edit 2 instruction video below. To learn more, visit izotope.com
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