Glitch/Stutter Plugin - Recommendations?

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Glitch/Stutter Plugin - Recommendations?

Post by MBantle » Tue Jan 08, 2019 10:42 am

Dear All,
I am in the market for a Glitch/Stutter Plugin. I came across Glitch 2 and the one from Izotope (and many more). Can you recommend one which is simple yet effective?
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Re: Glitch/Stutter Plugin - Recommendations?

Post by ttully » Tue Jan 08, 2019 12:48 pm

Hi Matt,

In use both of those....
I find neither one simple and effective!!!!
I can never get them to work like I want.
So often times for studder effects...I just use automated mutes or automated gates...

You can probably download a trial version.....


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Re: Glitch/Stutter Plugin - Recommendations?

Post by MBantle » Tue Jan 08, 2019 2:25 pm

ttully wrote:
Tue Jan 08, 2019 12:48 pm
Hi Matt,

In use both of those....
I find neither one simple and effective!!!!
I can never get them to work like I want.
So often times for studder effects...I just use automated mutes or automated gates...

You can probably download a trial version.....


Tim
Thanks Tim...demoing both as we speak and you are right...not really straightforward!

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Re: Glitch/Stutter Plugin - Recommendations?

Post by Paulie » Tue Jan 08, 2019 9:29 pm

I use Glitch occasionally, I find none of the presets useful at all. So, what I do is just clear one of them out and then try each effect out to see what it sounds like. You can select how many steps and sections you want in your effect, I usually change it to four beats with four subdivisions each. Then I drag a full beat in one of the categories to see what the effect is. I use it mostly for the Tape Stop effect. You can adjust each parameter at the bottom of the screen.

This might help you out a bit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lORlkxlT9q0

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Re: Glitch/Stutter Plugin - Recommendations?

Post by MBantle » Wed Jan 09, 2019 4:40 am

Paulie wrote:
Tue Jan 08, 2019 9:29 pm
I use Glitch occasionally, I find none of the presets useful at all. So, what I do is just clear one of them out and then try each effect out to see what it sounds like. You can select how many steps and sections you want in your effect, I usually change it to four beats with four subdivisions each. Then I drag a full beat in one of the categories to see what the effect is. I use it mostly for the Tape Stop effect. You can adjust each parameter at the bottom of the screen.

This might help you out a bit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lORlkxlT9q0

Paulie
Thanks Paulie!

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Re: Glitch/Stutter Plugin - Recommendations?

Post by stansongman » Wed Jan 09, 2019 7:15 am

I have also used NI Finger, but that's not so simple, even though it has a bunch of other cool effects. When I have had to stutter tracks, I have done it manually in the past. Even though it's not automatic, it gave me the most control.

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Re: Glitch/Stutter Plugin - Recommendations?

Post by mojobone » Sat Jan 26, 2019 11:39 am

Steinberg's Recycle can be useful for that sort of thing; many DAWs now have a built-in version of it. Basically it detects transients in rhythmic material, then slices a beat into its components, and let's you re-arrange, repeat and reverse the various 'slices'. I'm pretty sure it was one of the original tools for this sort of thing , but it's pretty basic, compared to Stutter Edit and Break Tweaker.
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