At the 2011 NAMM Show, BT & iZotope introduced Stutter Edit – the first product to come out of iZotope’s partnership with BT.
Stutter Edit’s features revolve around a live sampling engine that lets producers, laptop performers and other musicians manipulate audio in real time. Stutter Edit slices audio into small fragments and sequences the pieces into rhythmic effects. Results can range from jarring to subtle.
We had the opportunity to talk with BT about his partnership with iZotope and he seemed genuinely excited.
Stutter Edit was originally a project developed by BT and his company Sonik Architects. iZotope brought resources that made it possible to make Stutter Edit multi-platform, more reliable and compatible with major DAWs. They also agreed to retain all the features that BT had developed, even ones that might be considered more esoteric.
BT and iZotope have interesting plans for some of Sonik Architects other products, too, but don’t have anything official to announce at this point.
Details on Stutter Edit below. Check it out and let us know what you think! Continue reading