Bill Burgess is the former Pro Audio Product Marketing Manager and Logic Pro Artist Relations Manager for Apple Inc. He's also a brilliant software educator with long experience teaching audio producers how to make music!
Slicing and dicing audio into microscopic fragments and then processing and filtering the slices in real time is what Stutter Edit is all about. This bad-boy plugin by iZotope and BT (who, btw, invented and popularized the stutter edit technique) is like having a MIDI controlled blender to completely chop and reassemble your audio in real time.
Stutter Edit is deep and powerful. That's why we chose one of our deepest and most powerful trainers, Bill Burgess, to lead you through the many detailed functions of this audio/MIDI mind bender. Bill starts out with the intricacies of how to incorporate Stutter Edit into several different DAW's including Logic, Protools and Live. From there he continues with a detailed overview of Stutter Edit's GUI and functionality. Next is a highly disciplined examination of each and every module and how it contributes to the three dimensional whole.
But that's just the beginning. Here's the down low: Bill has known BT since 2006, and his reputation for discovering - and - teaching the undocumented and less traveled pathways of audio software is well established. So when Bill Burgess is personally interested in a piece of software, AND he comes out of hiding to teach it, we owe it to ourselves to sit back, pay attention and listen up!
So if you want to get your creative juices flowing in ways that you never thought possible, join Bill Burgess as he takes you on an audio odyssey through the slice and dice world of iZotope's new (can't-live-without-it) plug-in: Stutter Edit.
I absolutely loved this course! It's a little tedious to sit through and watch (I had the hyper learn feature on for most of the time), but it's definitely worth it! Thanks to the guys at MacProVideo so much!
Ruben wrote on February 23, 2016
Great course, it really helped me understand the program. It's a fun program, but needs some explaining.
DJ Phinesse wrote on February 13, 2016
Awesome course! I really enjoyed the review on the interface and it help me make sense of it all!
A. Spooner wrote on October 5, 2015
Bill Burgess makes learning fun! Entertaining and informative course on the ins and outs of Stutter Edit.
District Sound Lab wrote on December 19, 2014
I have completed several dozen courses on here, and this course was the first time i had to heavily supplement with other tutorials, the manual, etc. This is because the instructor, while super funny and cool, has an atypical teaching style where he jumps around a bit and doesn't provide a conceptual explanation before going into the details. Not having used Stutter Edit before, the course began with a very easy to follow intro, but when it got into the meat and potatoes i was incredibly lost, which is not something i am used to. I felt like in between the intro and the meat, there was a whole section missing that explained the concept of the plugin, and how it works on a bigger picture, and what it does etc, before going into the details. By the end, after reading through the whole manual, taking notes, and steadily going through this course, and of course actually trying everything and playing with the plugin, i feel incredibly comfortable with Stutter Edit and feel like i have a very thorough understanding of every aspect of this amazing tool. Hence: 4 stars. All in all, i would still definitely recommend the course!
Neil wrote on September 12, 2013
Great course!! Stutter Edit seems to have unlimited possibilities!! Luckily, most of them are covered in this course! Good overview and explanation of all of the features!
Arturo De Santiago wrote on June 28, 2013
Though I have never used Ableton Live before (I'm more familiar with Logic/Pro Tools), this tutorial was straightforward & easy to understand for new users setting up Izotope's Stutter Edit.
Carrion Fowl wrote on June 20, 2013
This plugin isn't easy to understand at first glance...thankfully Bill takes you through all the basics to give you a solid springboard for your own applications. Warning: high nerd factor necessary!
David wrote on January 31, 2013
Bill is cool and entertaining I have loads of questions I would like to ask him and I am interested in any other stutter options tutorials that are out there
Benzon wrote on August 15, 2012
this tutorial is good, easy to catch up , plus...funny. You would definitely love Bill's talk, he makes the learning process so enjoyable