I love it for bass and vocals. Linking to piracy-centric subs also prohibited. Rather than aiming to compete directly with the overcrowded amp simulator market, Trash 2 remains first and foremost a distortion plugin. Or you want to take your analogue experiments up a notch while still keeping everything In The Box? Apply on a drum bus for ultimate punchiness. The array of distortion algorithms available in the Trash module is vast we counted 69 , and they not only give you total control over the levels input gain and drive but also over the wave shape itself. Wish I had gotten this plugin sooner! Feel the squeeze On the face of it, the Dynamics module doesn't greatly improve on the Squash module found in Trash v1.
Other times, it needs some extra dirt to sit right in a mix. Send all of your fills to a bus and apply the Trash 2. I know this sounds crazy but…no drive, no color, nothing. I think for me right now just getting into effects and watching prices that Saturn will go on the Dream Wish list. That is a lot of toyes to learn to use and master. Soundtoys Decapitator Excellent sound, great interface and simple controls. Or, play around with the super powerful presets.
Try out the ones I suggested on any material and I bet you'll get smooth results. That actually isn't 40% off, but more like 37. Use these two together in small amounts, and you have a very versatile plugin. Turn up that input gain and listen as your production comes to life. Even so, it's a great addition to the filtering, distortion and dynamics, in particular the Trash control, which affects the delayed signal degradation. Yeah, I'd say get the Camel Audio plugs as well! Saturn produces very subtle results.
Also you said earlier you also wanted to get Decapitator down the line? Don't worry, Soundtoys do have sales every now and then, they usually have Black Friday sales so be on the lookout for that one. Keep the Maserati on the clean setting, and try generously dialing in the presence — this should add some crisp, guitar-like over-tones to an otherwise digital synth layer. Everything you need to know: Do you tend to use presets or make your own sounds with the Trash 2 effects? Absolutely love the bass amps in there. Amazing subtle saturation with added movement, or as Klanghelm calls it — liveliness. When you want just nice tube or tape saturation the Analoger sounds great.
First up, the two filters are now identical, both being 6-band parametrics with over 20 filter types to choose from per band, including two vowel shapes. No guarantees, but what you might be left with is a beautiful, almost British and worldly sounding vocal. Conclusion: Fully Saturated So there you have it, an almost definitive list of plugins that can help you achieve a better, warmer, more expansive Pro Sound. Which one do you prefer between the Classic and Edge? Hope all of this helps. In short, it's just a crazy amount of fun to experiment with, as all their plugins are It works great for any saturation needs, and automating the different bands and saturation amount can give booms, hits, rhythms etc a really evolving and interesting sound.
Do any of the plugs really hit the smoothness of hardware yet? Multiple bands can be created, and plenty of modulation routings can be assigned. You'll find a real variety in the six folders of global presets - from the subtle Add A Little Crunch, to the totally screwed Heavy Coughing Metals, and you're unlikely to find a broader set of distortion sounds anywhere else. Analog Feel Decapitator is not just a simple approximation of the analog sound. Trash goes very deep, versatile and is unfortunately highly under-rated. This is the first time I have found your site, but based entirely on this page alone I intend to have a long look around as this has captured my attention. Anyways, just wanted to ask this random question! But regardless, stop cranking the fatness knob too far. They modeled the plugin similarly to a guitar pedalboard, where you have one distortion feeding into another.
It's extremely handy for messing up a sound. Still working on the concept of pre-mixing tracks to inject some life into poorly recorded, sterile tracks. Threads that do not conform will be removed without notice. I learned a lot of this from you, thanks to your tutorials e. It can be very useful to thicken up a sound and squash it just right when used it in subtle amounts! This really is a great plugin. Another of my favourites would be the Isotope Trash plugin. In fact, the only new element is the Delay Impulse Graph.
It works great for any saturation needs, and automating the different bands and saturation amount can give booms, hits, rhythms etc a really evolving and interesting sound. And there you have it — 20 Saturation Plugins for Electronic Music, and some specific examples as to how to apply them. Thermonic Culture Vulture is great but it's a bit of a hammer. Try dialing in small amounts of input gain on any of your groups. Also, FabFilter offers a grand Manual and to get you started. FabFilter did send a review copy with no strings attached.