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Stutter Effect

Discussion in 'Recording' started by Kamabdo, Nov 29, 2003.

  1. Kamabdo

    Kamabdo Active Member

    Sep 21, 2003
    Im interested to find out how to create that effect u hear most recently on the Linkin Park album, where u often stutter vocals, drums, guitars and various things... it sounds like a robotic, escalating sound... It sounds like a combination of editing the stutter pieces witha combination of efx... any help??
  2. AudioGaff

    AudioGaff Distinguished Member

    Feb 23, 2001
    Silicon Valley
    The basic classic stutter effect can be found on most Eventide units with the upper end units capable of additional and extra processing combined with the stutter effect. You also are able to get hundreds of other types of effects from most Eventide units as well.
  3. Hack

    Hack Active Member

    Mar 20, 2001
    Little Rock, AR
    I know the first time the sound company I work for got a H3000. Just flipping through with a mic in your hand you recognize tons of fx from current.... well, everything. I wish I could afford one.
  4. Aziel

    Aziel Guest

    sorry, what`s a stutter fx? :confused:
  5. Kamabdo

    Kamabdo Active Member

    Sep 21, 2003
    I know about the eventide stutter effect.. I was more interested in creating the effect from scratch...its more controlable that way from my experience... thanks anyway
  6. slicraider

    slicraider Guest

    A Freind and I did it on acoustic guitar using an MPC3000. We sampled all the individual notes and then some chords and programmed the part to have that stutter feel. Lots of programmers have been doing this for a few years now. :p:
  7. MikoMader

    MikoMader Guest

    I just chop up a low amplitude portion of a waveform on grid mode in Pro Tools and paste it out a couple of times. 32nd notes. Similar, but not the same dilly. Sounds more like Squarepusher than Linkin Park.

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