Linkin Park, BT, etc., each have their own signature stutter edit from time to time.
I would like to incorporate something like this into a robot voice I have to create (sort of like an Eagle-Eye voice giving directions).
Are there any rules of thumb or "must do"s to achieve an edit like these? A particular type of fade? A length of copying? I know BT released or will release an Izotope plug-in which creates these - however, that's lower on the totem pole of purchases I will be making in the near future. And, I'm versed in Pro Tools, so it should be pretty easy to figure out how to do... Right?
One thing I found when playing around, is that if you take a sound or effect, duplicate a chunk of say 10 milliseconds over and over about 50 times, then take half of that (5 milliseconds), then half of that again, and again, it will create a great digital computer noise which rises in pitch (because the cycles are getting shorter, I guess).
Thanks for any tips you care to share on this subject.