BT's Stutter Edit Gets Update

iZotope Adds Deeper Quantize Options, 'Gentle' Filter      14/04/11

iZotope has updated Stutter Edit, BT's real-time playable effect, to version 1.01.

Here's what's changed in the update:

New Features:

  • Quantize Step Time max range has been extended from 1/64 to 1/256T
  • Less resonant "Gentle" Global Filter mode available in Settings Menu
  • Triggering an empty gesture key/note will gate Delay feedback (useful as an effect or as a "Panic Mode" for extreme delay settings)
  • VST 3 support
  • Preset Manager: folders can now be deleted for easier management, and SE will now warn before overwriting presets with duplicate names
  • UI refinements, including improved parameter value displays and control improvements, typing to enter note values, more


  • Many fixes to Generator. Generator was in rare cases producing loud unexpected noises/runaway delays, and this has been fixed for this patch
  • Other plug-ins including some Arturia synths could cause Stutter Edit to stop working when entering text. This has been resolved
  • Rare user-reported crashes in several hosts including Logic, Live and Pro Tools have been fixed, and new safeguards added for live performance stability
  • Authorization problems on 64-bit versions of Windows and some 32-bit hosts have been fixed
  • Several host-specific bugs with gestures when bouncing tracks and settling (stopping transport) have been fixed
You can view an overview of Stutter Edit above. 

Pricing and Availability

The update is a free download. Stutter Edit is available to purchase for US $249. 


James Lewin
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