Stutter Edit Tutorial

iZotope Stutter Edit 2 Explained®

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    Getting Setup

    Here Gary starts off by showing you how to set up Stutter Edit in your DAW.

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    Banks & Gestures

    This video goes over the terminology and and preset management for Stutter Edit.

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    Starting with the Stutter Module

    We begin by looking first at the Stutter Module and how to use it.

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    Stutter Quantize & Gate Settings

    This video goes over the advanced quantize and gate options on the Stutter Module.

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    Using the Buffer

    The Buffer Module is now explained, as well as how it can be used.

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    Using the Distortion Module

    This video takes a look at the different types of Distortion you have available and how you can use them to manipulate your audio.

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    Using the LoFi Module

    See how the LoFi Module can be use to saturate and distort your audio, and what it sounds like.

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    The Chorus Module

    Watch how to add some movement and modulation with the Chorus Module, including how to automate the parameters.

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    Comb Filter Effect

    You can even do some cool Comb Filter Modulation and Automation with the Comb Module. See how in this video!

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    Using the Reverb Module

    See how to create some unique room and space sounds with the Reverb Module.

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    Understanding the Master Curves

    This video takes a look at how you can view your curves, and the tools you have available to edit and manipulate them.

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    Using the Flanger Module

    Here we go over what the Flanger Module sounds like and how you can use it to create great effects.

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    Using the Phaser Module

    Here we take a look at the Phaser module and how it differs from the Flanger and how you can use it on your audio.

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    Using the Low & High Pass Filters

    These filters are great tools to use to shape the tone of your audio. See how they are used and abused!

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    How to use the Tape Stop Effect

    You can create slowdown and speed up effects with the Tapestop module. See how it's used in this video!

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    Using the Delay Module

    Discover how to create some extra space and depth in your productions with the Tape Module.

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    Understanding the Master Output

    Here we take a look at the Master Output and how this can control the output level of your audio, plus see how it can be automated for even more control.

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    Performing with Stutter Edit

    Explore how Stutter Edit can be used with a MIDI controller as a performance tool.

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    Using Stutter Edit on Busses & Tracks

    Not only can Stutter Edit be used on your main output bus, you can also use it on other bus tracks and/or individual tracks. This video shows you how to do it!

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    Using Stutter Edit as a Sound Design Tool

    Stutter Edit a great performance tool no doubt, but it also works wonders as a Sound Design tool in your productions. This video shows you some cool Sound Design tricks and tips.

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    Using Stutter Edit for Transitions Between Songs

    Stutter Edit also works great when using the Stutter Gestures for transitions between songs. This video shows you how it's done!

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    Using Stutter Edit to Manipulate Vocals

    Last but not least, see how Stutter Edit is an excellent tool for editing and manipulating vocal parts. Enjoy!

Product Overview

Studio expert Gary Hiebner brings you in-depth iZotope Stutter Edit 2 video manual tutorials! Learn how to use and abuse this insanely powerful audio editing software to radically twist, mutate and morph your audio tracks into something out of this world. These videos are for those who are new to iZotope Stutter Edit 2.

Gary welcomes you and jumps right in with a video on setting up Stutter Edit 2 in your DAW, as well as covers the terminology and preset management features so you can navigate and load the different presets that are available. Gary then introduces the Stutter Module and shows you how to use it step by step on your audio, followed by what you need to know about utilizing the advanced quantize and gate options found in the Stutter Module.

Moving on, you'll explore and come to understand all the different modules that are available including Distortion, Lofi, Chorus, Reverb, Flanger, Phaser, Delay, as well as the Comb Filter Effect, Low & High Pass Filters, Tape Stop Effect, Master Curves, and the Master Output for complete control over the plug-in.

Throughout the rest of the videos, Gary demonstrates how to perform with Stutter Edit 2, use Stutter Edit 2 on your busses and tracks, use Stutter Edit 2 as a sound design tool, create wild transitions between songs and parts, and even how to edit and manipulate vocal tracks with Stutter Edit 2.

For a complete explanation of what these detailed iZotope Stutter Edit 2 video tutorials show you and how they'll help wrap your mind around the plug-in and then use it creatively, see the individual iZotope Stutter Edit 2 descriptions on this page. Discover how this new version of a now classic effect has been improved, and is ready to be used in all of your modern songs and productions... Watch "iZotope Stutter Edit 2 Explained®" today.

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iZotope Stutter Edit 2 Explained® is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 5 .
Rated 1.5 out of 5 by from Meh This guy spends a lot of time telling you what he's going to do, then he does it and then tells you "You can hear what that does." Not a lot of explaining how Stutter Edit 2 works. And for some reason pronounces hard i sounds like "ah".
Date published: 2021-04-09
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Very complete The tool is explained in detail, and in a proper and understandable way. Only point of improvement I would see is to have more "musical" examples of usage in different styles of music. The used examples are not very convincing, but the tool is.
Date published: 2021-04-07
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from amazing for hip hop This tutorial was easy to understand. Now I am able to mix rock with rap. I work with 90s.rappers like my brother in law Keith Murray and he loves stutter edit. Danny.words. And guitars Borderline Delusion Band
Date published: 2021-04-05
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by from Good overview Every option in Stutter Edit 2 is well explained
Date published: 2021-04-05
Rated 3.0 out of 5 by from Got what I needed but does a poor job of highlighting this tool's potential. The author goes through the functions of this tool reasonably well but unfortunately has little understanding of how to demonstrate it in an inspiring way, instead choosing to generally make a mess of each example that, while illustrating each function, does not actually show the true potential of it. With a little more effort, examples could have been chosen that show the real exciting nature of using such a great tool rather than moving the controls seemingly at random to produce a hot mess for each example. Alas, it would likely take hiring a true artist who uses this tool professionally in his or her regular work to show this tool's true potential. Even these survey questions are bad...
Date published: 1969-12-31
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