Izotope – Stutter Edit 2 v2.1.0 (VST3, AAX*, AU) [WiN.OSX x64]

By | December 7, 2022


Year/Date of Issue: 11/24/22
Developer: Izotope
Developer site: Izotope
Format: VST3, AAX (Mod), AU
Bit depth: 64bit
Tabletka: cured [R2R-MORiA]
System requirements: WIN 10+ macOS 10.15+

Description :
Stutter Edit 2 creates the famous one-button stutter editing effect by cutting audio into small chunks and arranging chunks into crisp rhythmic effects, recreating techniques that used to take hours to perfect in the studio.
In addition to stuttering effects, performers and producers can juggle a variety of rhythmic gestures to build tension and create momentum in both live performances and studio arrangements. This new version offers easier setup and a vastly expanded set of effects that give you access to almost endless sound combinations. In the new AUTO mode, users can add sounds to mixes without routing, or easily connect a MIDI controller for simultaneous access to multiple gestures. The new version also includes an updated Distort module and new Comb, Chorus and Limiter modules, a new Reverb module from BT’s personal collection, and a set of 11 effects. Every parameter in Stutter Edit 2 can be set to move in time with the gesture, allowing users to create everything from auto-panning to jumpy reverb effects and more.

Changelog v2.1.0
Version 2.1.0 released November 22, 2022

Added native support for Apple Silicon Mac (Apple M-series chips).
Added support for macOS Monterey, macOS Ventura and Windows 11.
Deprecated support for macOS High Sierra (10.13), macOS Mojave (10.14), and Windows 8.
Support for the VST2 plug-in format has been deprecated. The VST2 plug-in format is not included in version 2.1.0.

2 thoughts on “Izotope – Stutter Edit 2 v2.1.0 (VST3, AAX*, AU) [WiN.OSX x64]

  1. Marc

    Doesn’t work on legit ProTools Studio 2022.10, Big Sur on MacBook Pro 2014… Wait for a new version… Thanks

  2. bon

    Doesn’t work on Logic Pro, M1 chip either 🙁
    Might be missing an installer, only VST, AAX, Comp available in the folder.


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