How to Create Your Own Stutter Glitch Effect in Reaktor
This effect is based upon a simple design of a Crossfade module receiving audio which is then routed directly into a Single Delay unit, which is routed back into the Crossfade unit before hitting the main output. This set up is then duplicated so there is audio for both right and left channels. Now that the core of the stutter glitch effect is built, tempo information is introduced so we can control the delay properly. Once the Selector module is in place, the different tempo sync options can be added. A Multi-text tool is used to display the different tempo sync options on the main interface.
Now comes the process of making it all look nice! When you add multi-text options to the interface it can quickly become a mess. So just follow the tips shared at this point in the lesson to achieve the same clean look that he ended up with. Now this gives you an interface with a knob to twist to change the tempo sync settings. If you prefer that MIDI actually triggers changes in the tempo sync setting, simply apply the same changes that are made in the second half of this video. It’s a simple effect to build, once you wrap your mind around how it all works, but it delivers a very complex sounding result. A perfect choice to help you on your path to learning how to create things from scratch in Reaktor!