UPDATE: Joining today’s Virtual Classroom session in conjunction with iZotope and Splice - we would like to welcome Bedrock Recording Artist Nick Muir and iZotope Sound Designer Josh Kipersztok. More on them at the end of the story.
This Thursday, July 30 at 7pm EST / 4pm PST, the Magnetic Virtual Classroom will return with our partners iZotope and special guest BT. The virtual webinar will cover how to use the new iZoptope Stutter Edit 2 by the people who actually made it and know the plug-in inside and out. The plug-in was launched in June by iZotope in collaboration with BT.
Stutter Edit 2 creates the famous “stutter” editing effect with one button, slicing audio into small fragments and sequencing the pieces into razor-sharp rhythmic effects, recreating techniques that previously took hours to perfect in a studio. In addition to these trademark stutter effects, performers and producers can juggle between a multitude of rhythmic gestures to build tension and create dynamics, both in live performances and studio arrangements.
If you would like an idea of what the virtual classroom is like, watch our previous session on achieving a professional mix with Junior Sanchez, Cory Goldsmith from iZotope and surprise guest Harry Romero.
Hosted by Magnetic's Senior Gear Editor Kane Michael with Special Guest BT.
Date: Thursday, July 30 @ 7pm EST / 4pm PST
Nick Muir is one of the giants of the UK dance music scene. He is a musician/producer as well as a DJ of international renown. Nick has been involved with John Digweed and the Bedrock project since it's inception and has been responsible for some seminal moments in the scene, countless original tracks and remixes as well as soundtrack work and DJ mixes.
Josh Kipersztok is a Sound Designer at iZotope, Inc. and has worked on products such as Ozone 9, RX 7, Insight 2, VocalSynth 2, and most recently, Stutter Edit 2. As a graduate from Berklee College of Music's Electronic Production/Design program, Josh also continues to produce, DJ, and compose electronic music under the alias Smigonaut.