iZotope’s Nick Dika debuts the Trash2 plug-in at AES
San Francisco, CA (November 2, 2012)—iZoptope has unveiled Trash 2, a modern update to the company’s long-lived distortion and audio mangling plug-in that adds new features like 20 new distortion algorithms, new filter modules, 50 new impulse responses, multi-band waveshaping, 64-bit support and more.
First released nearly a decade ago, Trash went on to be used by artists such as Nine Inch Nails, Noisia, Garbage, KoRn and Sigur Rós, among others. Now, completely rewritten from the ground up, Trash 2 takes the best of Trash and makes it even better. isotope claims the plug-in now sports an entirely new sonic architecture, optimized performance, better sound quality, new distortion algorithms, vowel/formant filters, a custom convolution engine, and support for modern hosts and formats.
Trash 2 will be released mid-November 2012. Trash 1 customers who purchased after October 1, 2012 will receive a free upgrade to Trash 2 upon release. Special upgrade pricing will be available for all previous Trash owners.