If iZotope wasn't already there, they are now. They have become one of those companies that can make an announcement, and everyone will stop what they are doing to see what it is.
This is even more true, when BT's name is in association. Two years ago, when Stutter Edit was announced, people moderately learned what all the fuss was about, at NAMM. This year, BreakTweaker was the first thing out of many of my colleagues' mouths, when I would ask what's worth looking at. But, does it live up to the hype, as well as the growing legacy of iZotope/BT collaborations? Let's jump in and find out!
"At NAMM this year, BreakTweaker was the first thing out of many of my colleagues' mouths."
What is BreakTweaker?
If you've been following electronic music over the last 20 years, you've probably noted that it's become increasingly difficult to recreate many of the textures, grooves and sounds, on your own. Audio and MIDI editing tricks that aren't always apparent to the intermediate and beginner level musicians can be heard all over new tracks. Because the methods and utilities for creating the effects that these '