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6 Mar 2015
I need to add simulated audio glitches to an audio recording.

In real life here is where they happen: Audio is being streamed over the internet for a presentation.

I have uploaded a small example that you can hear, along with the actual text so that you can know where the glitches are that I am referring to:

Glitch Audio on YouTube (Example 1)

Actual spoken words: "Well welcome everyone t(GLITCH)his is Kevin Nations and we are live for our firs(GLITCH)t live training call, we did"

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Anyone know of a way to do this, or a plugin (AU or VST)?

I will be treating studio recorded audio in order to sound like it was originally streamed over the Internet.

Thanks
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