Mixfood Stutter 128 Sample Fun
Mixfood Stutter 128 is a creative device that uses 1 or 2 user samples to create a rhythmic and musical stutter effect using a 128-step Step Sequencer.
- Load in samples in Sample Slot 1 and/or 2.
- Set the Velocity sensitive step-sliders.
- Tweak the effects on the sample slot.
- Finally, set the 4 step-properties: Sample Start, Key, Panning and Decay.
Mixfood Stutter 128 will play a unique pattern with your samples.
128-step Step Sequencer
Mixfood Stutter comes with a 128-step Step Sequencer for playing up to 8 bars of rhythmic sequences. Settings include Rate and Swing.
The Step Sequencer also controls the following properties per-step:
- Which user sample to play (1 or 2)
- Play velocity
- Sample Start position
- Key the step is playing (-24 to +24 semitones)
Sample Slots 1 & 2
Mixfood Stutter 128 contains 2 sample slots. Each Sample Slot loads a user sample.
Pick your own sample or create somthing unique with the packed samples.
Most common synthesizer controls are present; Volume, Tuning, Panning, Sample Start, Filter and EQ.
Also multiple effects are there to make Mixfood Stutter 128 a unique and super creative device.
- Timestretch function
- Extra Filters (LP, HP, BP and COMB+/-)
- Post-Effect Panning
Audio & CV
On the back you’ll find a Separate Audio Outputs for the Sample Slots (Audio Out Dry and Wet).
Mixfood Stutter 128 has the standard Reason CV-gate and CV-note inputs so you can control it with another device.
Views & Panels
Mixfood Stutter 128 comes with 2 different views, the main panel gives you the total Overview of the 128-step Step Sequencer and a Zoom view for a detailed view of the Sample Slots and their controls and effects.
Mixfood Stutter 128 is a super creative device in your Reason Rack. Giving you a way to be super creative with your samples.
Packed with a lot of features and with a well thought-out workflow, Mixfood Stutter 128 will bring you lots of FUN while making your next hit!
Mixfood Stutter 128 Sample Fun is an amazing device to mash up your samples in a musical and rhythmic way, true sample-creativity comes from Mixfood Stutter 128, amazing… wow!
The Timestretch effect is very sensitive and CPU hungry!
A lot of processing power is needed for the effect to work.
When using the Step Sequencer, the loaded sample(s) are played and processed on every step.
That’s a lot of processing each second.
When using the Formant Shift knob in the Timestretch effect, the sample is processed to match the setting.
This can cause the device to crash and turn itself off!
So when that happens, save your work or the patch and delete the device and reload it again to get it working once more.
Before continuing use the ‘trial and error’ method to see what the device can and can’t handle with the Timestretch effect!!
My suggestion is that you should only use a little Formant Shift…
If you want your sample to sound different in terms of Formant you should pre-process it and not let a Rack Extension try to do it on the fly!!