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New iZoptope Stutter Edit Tutorials!

Printed From: Producertech
Category: Music Production General
Forum Name: Announcements
Forum Discription: General Forum News and Updates
Printed Date: 19 Nov 2018 at 1:59am

Topic: New iZoptope Stutter Edit Tutorials!
Posted By: RobJones
Subject: New iZoptope Stutter Edit Tutorials!
Date Posted: 16 Dec 2016 at 5:20pm
Just released.... 2 hours of tutorials on iZoptope's Stutter Edit showing you how to make a bank of presets, including filter sweeps, delays, flangers, loopers, stutters, bit crushers, FX sweeps and more! All ideal for performing or producing. A must watch for anyone wanting to master the plug.

Full details...

iZotope’s Stutter Edit has now established itself one of the most popular effects plugins on the market, finding a home in the collection of most producers and DJs due to its great sound, versatility and multitude of uses both in the studio and on stage. In this course, Producertech senior tutor Rob Jones works his way through the plugin, skilfully explaining how each area works whilst constructing a new bank of presets from scratch.

After showing how to set up the effect in Ableton Live, Logic and Maschine, Rob begins with some examples of how to create simple effects progressions, called gestures, starting off with high- and low- pass filter sweeps. He then moves on to the main Stutter sections, taking you through the principles behind each one before building a number of different presets, including classic, looping buildups, choppy, time-stretched beat destroyers and much more.

As well as using Stutter Edit’s sections to create some more traditional effects like flangers and bit-crushers, Rob shows how they can also be used to make really useful vinyl scrubbing effects and subtler send effects layers. He then moves onto the plugin’s generator engine, which allows the programming of a variety of noise-based impacts and riser FX presets.

The 2 hours of streamed tutorials come with the bank from the course, containing 15 highly usable presets. Before signing up, check out the" rel="nofollow - sample modules , for an example of the teaching style and course content." rel="nofollow - COURSE PAGE HERE

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