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Stutter Edit Explained®

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Introduction

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    Tutorial 1

    Introduction

    1:30

    Learn your way around the various parts of the plug-in, and learn what will be covered in the videos.

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    Tutorial 2

    Install & Authorize

    1:04

    Look at the installation options and learn to authorize the plug-in out of demo mode.

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    Tutorial 3

    Audio & MIDI Routing

    5:29

    Explore how to set up the proper tracks for Stutter Edit to receive MIDI and process audio.

Using Gestures

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    Tutorial 4

    Gestures

    5:54

    See ways to use, assign, create, and manipulate gestures to trigger effects.

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    Tutorial 5

    Presets & Banks

    3:40

    Discover how to manage our gestures, and explore the included preset library in Stutter Edit.

The Modules

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    Tutorial 6

    The Stutter Modules

    13:30

    Discover the Stutter Matrix, and the various modules that make up the stutter effect suite in the plug-in. Also explore Stutter, Quantize, Buffer Position, Gate Width and Jump Pan.

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    Tutorial 7

    Stutter Modules Pt. 2

    10:45

    Learn about the remaining stutter modules Gate Width, Jump Pan and Buffer Position. Also look deeper into the way the stutter modules interact with one another.

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    Tutorial 8

    Creative Gestures

    8:42

    Learn to combine these modules into creative effects to suit your productions.

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    Tutorial 9

    The Effect Modules

    8:46

    Explore the functions and uses of the effect and color modules, including Stereo Delay, Delay Band-Pass, Low / High-Pass Filter, Bit Reduction, Lo-Fi and Gain.

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    Tutorial 10

    Analyzing Patches

    9:03

    Discover some of the the types of sounds we can get from combining the stutter and effect modules. We will also learn to design our own gestures with that knowledge.

The Generator

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    Tutorial 11

    The Generator

    10:37

    Learn to create and shape your sounds. Discover the Gesture Length, Noise Table and Gain and Pitch sections of the Generator.

Inspiration

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    Tutorial 12

    A Few More Tips

    5:43

    Learn a few more tips to advance your knowledge and ability to use Stutter Edit in the most effective and creative way possible. Discover creative gesture uses, MIDI assignments, global settings and filters, live modulation and performance presets.

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    Tutorial 13

    Single Instrument Stutters

    3:28

    See creative ways to use Stutter Edit on a single instrument, or groups of instruments within songs.

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    Tutorial 14

    Stutters for Inspiration

    5:27

    Explore how you can use creative gestures and live manipulation to take a simple sound or phrase from something basic into an inspiration, a performance, or even a whole new song.

Learn to spit out crazy and exciting stutter effects with this awesome plug-in and series by plug-in guru Sedric Pieretti. Sedric takes you from the beginning to end, covering every feature and function as well as practical examples on how to use Stutter Edit on mixes and common instruments.

Sedric starts out with detailed overviews, install and authorize procedures and Audio & MIDI routing. Then Sedric reveals the power of "Gestures", presets and banks and creating your own banks. Next up are the Effect Module sections and Sedric shows you them all. You are then shown the awesome "Generator" section and creative Gestures. Sedric wraps up the series with 3 videos to stir your inspiration, such as tips an tricks, single instrument stutters and more!

If you want that modern stutter effect sound for your productions, look no more... Get "Stutter Edit Explained" and spit out wild FX today.

choralriff
Submitted 1 year ago

Good overview

Covers all the basics of Stutter Edit in simple plain fashion.

I am a: Musician, Hobbyist

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Silverfish
Submitted 1 year ago

Great overview of a complex effect.

This video does a great job of making sense of the features of this complex effect. Sure, I could have noodled around for hours and figured out some of it on my own, but this made learning much faster.

I am a: Semi-Pro, Producer, Musician

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I come from a family of casual musicians, mostly pianists. When I was very young, I learned to play piano, then forgot it all when I was teenager and then discovered guitar and bass...

2. What training have you had?

Formal training? Almost none. But I've made every mistake one could make in the world of recording and learned from every one of them. I've also had the privilege of interning with some very knowledgable studio techs and engineers and consider that a very valuable education.

3. When did you get into recording?

As a teen in the 90's, my band needed a way to get our music on CD, but our budget was very limited. We pooled our parent's money and bought a cheap Tascam 4-track tape recorder. Since I was the resident geek, it was my job to figure out how to record a 5-piece band with only 4 tracks and 2 SM57s. When I discovered overdubbing, my mind was officially blown. Then I discovered software and digital recording and became an instant lifelong addict.

4. People you have worked with/for?

The vast majority of my work as an engineer, studio tech or producer has been for projects I was personally involved in, or for close friends. However, I have had the opportunity to work with several notable Bay Area studios over the years. Including a bit of work at the Wash House, famous for their work with late rapper Mac Dre.

5. Why are you so good at training people?

I consider the pursuit of knowledge a lifelong journey, and I've always been willing to share what I know with others... Perhaps to a fault. I've been known to speak at length on subjects for which there is no justifiable reason to know so much... I just enjoy teaching, and enjoy digital recording. I think the only things you need to train are knowledge and passion, and I'd like to believe that I have those in spades!

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Stutter Edit Explained® is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 4.0 out of 5 by from Good overview Covers all the basics of Stutter Edit in simple plain fashion.
Date published: 2016-12-20
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Great overview of a complex effect. This video does a great job of making sense of the features of this complex effect. Sure, I could have noodled around for hours and figured out some of it on my own, but this made learning much faster.
Date published: 2016-09-17