FabFilter have been making plugins since 2002, creating a unique and powerful range of products from Amsterdam in the Netherlands. When it comes to audio, FabFilter aren’t interested in creating vintage emulations, rather they look to give the modern studio the most powerful and flexible tools available. With many of the most powerful plugins on the market today, there is a trend to put a thousand controls on the GUI….
Trash 2 is the latest version of iZotope‘s classic Trash distortion plugin which was originally released over a decade ago. Over the years, Trash has become a go-to audio processing tool for many top producers and artists including Skrillex, Noisia, Sigur Ros, Atticus Ross and many more.
Originally released ten years ago, iZotope’s Trash steadily became a cult favourite of many well-known artists such as Noisia, Garbage, Sigur Rós and Nine Inch Nails who loved the plugin’s ability to add plenty of dirt, grit, grime and character to their tracks. In November last year, iZotope released Trash 2 which saw the original version rewritten from the ground up incorporating new features, optimised performance, better sound quality and…
Dutch dance music production trio Noisia have been very busy since their debut release back in 2003, appearing on a variety of high profile record labels including DeadMau5’s ‘mau5trap’ imprint. Martin, Nik and Thijs have remixed artists such as Robbie Williams, Moby and The Prodigy and they also own 3 record labels – Vision, Division and Invisible.
Well it’s been a busy year for Boston-based research-driven audio software company iZotope. First there was Iris, their first foray into software instruments released back in April. Then in August came Alloy 2 which includes a variety of mixing tools in a single package.
Renowned synthesist and sound designer Ian Boddy needs little introduction when it comes to sample libraries. He has worked on award-winning collections for leading sample producers Zero-G and Sample Magic plus patch and sample content for Camel Audio, LinPlug and Rob Papen.