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Friday, 14 December 2007

IZotope Trash - Plugin DX VST RTAS v1.09


iZotope Trash


Trash brings creative control back to the artist. Define your distortion sound with the Trash toolbox of effects or recreate the warmth and depth of the classic distortion sounds. Reenergize and inspire your playing with fresh, exciting tones. Plug in, rock out, get Trashed!

iZotope Trash is the ultimate tool for selectively adding distortion to your tracks. You’ll find just as much use for the subtler tone enhancements to your other tracks—tape saturation for vocals, overdrive for keyboards or a pinch of fuzz on a lead guitar, for example. Chain pairs of distortions together or apply distortion independently to individual frequency bands. Trash is compatible with most Mac and PC hosts, supports 192kHz and employs 64-bit for great fidelity regardless of how nasty you like your sound. Trash is the king of distortion—and at a price that smokes the competition.

Multiband, Dual-Stage Distortion
Have you used all the “standard” distortion plug-ins out there, only to find that you still end up with a thin, canned and basically unrealistic sound? Do you wish you could combine the ease of use of the “virtual stack” with the intelligent control of studio effect processors? Trash combines multiband, dual-stage distortion and an intuitive user interface to prove that all distortions are not created equal. Add a little crunch in the midrange without muddying the lows and over-hyping the highs, give the low end some more thump without distorting the top. Go one step beyond standard formats and layer not one, but two types of distortion on each of the four available frequency bands.

Plug In and Rock Out
Lose a hundred pounds immediately with the Trash diet: shed pounds of heavy guitar amps, cabinets, and stomp boxes. Trash comes with more components than you could fit in a studio not to mention carry. Trash’s low-latency design means you can take your studio sound to the show. Get the subtle tones of a recorded sound in a live performance. As a bonus, you can forget spending the first half hour of sound check tweaking the knobs on your amp. All you have to do is pull up your preset and go!

Turn It Up to 11
We'll give it to you straight: Trash is a killer amp simulator. Now you can get that real overdriven amp sound and still keep the peace with your neighbors. With 85 box models to choose from, you'll never run out of options to get the sound you've been searching for. In addition, we went beyond the normal boxes you find in the music stores. You’ll find Telephones, Clock Radios, Sheet Metal, Plexiglass tubes, Piano cabinets – and those are just a few of the extra models included with Trash. To get the creative juices flowing, we also created a new class of cabinets that don't exist in the material world. When it comes to amp modeling, Trash can be as real or unreal as you want.

Not Just For Guitar
Sure, Trash sounds great on guitars, but with the flexibility of multiband distortion, why wouldn’t you want to put everything else through it? Put it on a mixed drum track and all of a sudden, you can put different distortion on the kick, snare and hi-hat. Run your bass through it to get some more crunch without the extra mud. Add it on top of an organ sound for a nice vintage feel. Because Trash was built with many options beyond standard amp simulation, you can really shape your sound and create your signature tone in whatever you do. Check out the Trash Recipe Guides for more specific ideas for your instrument sounds.

Beyond Distortion
In addition to amp modeling, Trash has 36 sweepable filters and 6 delays to choose from. The pre-filter lets you add a tremolo, wah, or any number of more exotic effects to your sound. The buzz module gives you 6 different types of delay lines ranging from a clean, crisp digital delay to a gritty, organic tube amplified tape delay. In addition to all the controls you would expect, a “trash” slider lets you adjust the amount of distortion applied to the delayed signal and an output filter lets you shape the wet signal even more.

Usability Enhancements: Integrated Preset System
Your sounds are important to you. The integrated preset system in Trash makes it easy to keep track of all the variations and applications of your distortion effects. You can set up folders of presets for individual recordings or instruments and pull them up with a couple mouse clicks. Producers, engineers and sound designers will find this especially useful, since you’re usually dealing with literally hundreds of sounds and effects. Additionaly, grab tons of new effect setups at our preset page.


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6 comments:

Anonymous said...

nice blog - thanks

what's the password for trash?!

Audio Pirate said...

does it have a password??

ive seen the other places that list this download and none of them mention a pass?

Anonymous said...

Do you have a link to a site that downloads a mac-compatible version?

This links to a folder with .exe files, which are PC only. Might want to take it out of the Mac section.

plasticcastle said...

this is listed as universal binary but the download is .exe only. where is the UB .dmg?

HERO LIFE said...

so im guessing there was no Mac version here to Dl....let a bro know...cheers

Audio Pirate said...

i was told this was for mac but i guess they were wrong, if i can get a mac version i'll post it