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Note moyenne :5.0( 5/5 sur 7 avis )
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Rapport qualité/prix : Excellent
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Devotion23/03/2005

L'avis de Devotion

iZotope Trash
Très facile. Comme tous les plugin

ADÉQUATION/PERFORMANCE

Très stable, pas trop gourmand

AVIS GLOBAL

EXTRA ... loin devant des produits comme Guitar Rig ou Amplitude2.. il s'agit d'un véritable simulateur d'ampli et les sons sont bluffants. Avec des bons effets vous avez une guitare, à la couleur sonore que vous voulez, de grande qualité (pour du numérique) pour un enregistrement semi-pro.

INDISPENSABLE, je peux plus m'en passer !!
jimiyves13/06/2004

L'avis de jimiyves

iZotope Trash
Aucun problème d'installation. Les boutons en bas sont pratiques, on active ou on désactive. Rien à redire.

ADÉQUATION/PERFORMANCE

En fait pour ma part je ne l'utilise que pour la simu de HP, car je me sers du v-amp 2. Si on règle bien les 2 le son est bluffant, je me suis fait un preset Petrucci et c'est incroyable. Pour les enregistrements c'est le top. Je n'ose même pas imaginer le son qu'on peut obtenir avec un tri axis.
D'ailleurs je recommande à tous ceux qui ont un super préampli ou même un v-amp 2 ou autre multieffets d'utiliser Iz trash pour simuler les Hp et s'enregistrer.

AVIS GLOBAL

Je l'utilise depuis qques mois et je ne compte pas utiliser autre chose avant bien longtemps !
J'ai enfin trouver le son que je voulais en le couplant au G-major. C'est le vst qui a les meilleures simu de HP ...
comseul05/09/2003

L'avis de comseul

iZotope Trash
Aucun problème d'installation. Je l'utilise dans Sonar 2.x en DX.
Au niveau doc Izotope fournit en téléchargment à coté du plugin des tutorial/preset pour chaque instrument pouvant être traité avec Trash : guitar, bass , drum et keyboard.

Comme le dit l'avis précédent, ces manuels sont très didactics et on comprend très vite le fonctionnement

ADÉQUATION/PERFORMANCE

Par rapport à l'avis précedent que je partage complètement je voudrais ajouter que trash est bien plus qu'un simulateur d'ampli. Pour ma part je ne suis vraiment pas un fan de la modélisation et les produit du type Amplitube même s'il proposait des simulations qui sonnent bien mais je les trouve toujours pareil quelque soit les réglage utilisés. En gros on a quelques son types et difficile de travailler sur eux.
Trash c'est tout le contraire, c'est un outil pour trafiquer le son et les possibilité sont énormes.
Au niveau effet on des processeurs de dynamic (compreseur, gate, ...), un pré filte, des distos, un post filter, un simulateur d'ampli et une section de délai.
La modélisation d'ampli n'est donc qu'une partie de trash.
Ainsi on peut l'utiliser pour d'autre instrument comme la basse mais aussi les drum ou les claviers.
Il suffit de télécharger la demo et les preset supplémentaires pour se rendre compte des énormes possibilté de l'outil.
Un dernier point, les possibilités en son clair (sans disto) sont aussi très intéressantes.

Au niveau qualité, c''est irréprochable au niveau de tous les effets. Notamment au niveau des modélisations qui sont très variés, les sections filtres sont très poussés tout en restant très facile d'accès.

Coté CPU, j'ai un Athlon à 1,8Ghz un plugin consomme (sans optimisation) 20% de la CPU et chaque plugin supplémentaire consomme en gros 10% de plus. Une bonne config est donc nécessaire.

AVIS GLOBAL

Izotope ont réellement développé un très bon produit que cela soit au niveau son, hergonomie et possbilités.
Vu le prix, l'essayer c'est l'adopter.
28/08/2003

L'avis de Anonyme

iZotope Trash
Installation d'une simplicité désarmante... RAS

ADÉQUATION/PERFORMANCE

J'ai Amplitube et j'ai Trash depuis peu. Je n'ai pas encore vraiment eu le loisir de les comparer point par point. Quelques commentaires néanmoins:
- manuel utilisateur: Amplitube 10 pages, Trash 59 pages. Par ailleurs celui de Trash se veut très pédagogique,
- interface: si celle d'Amplitube est jolie avec ses couleurs, l'ergonomie est plus que limite (boutons virtuels à tourner etc). Trash.... tu cliques, tu selectionnes et ça marche,
- son: de ce que j'ai en entendu cela c'est assez proche,
- un dernier point non negligeable: il me semble que Trash est moins gourmand en RAM et tire moins sur la CPU.

AVIS GLOBAL

Rapport qualité prix excellent, très simple d'utilisation.
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stompboxjon12/02/2013

L'avis de stompboxjon (contenu en anglais)"Purchase Trash 2 or upgrade"

iZotope Trash
iZotope Trash runs smoothly on my Macbook and Laptop. My Macbook is running 10.5 and PC Laptop is running Windows 7. I have heard in the past that there are a lot of people complaining of issues when using with Windows but it has worked fine for me in Ableton Live. Now I am using Trash v2 because I upgraded the original version and it still runs great. The original install of Trash was pretty quick, I downloaded it right online after I completed payment and even the update that I did last year was just as easy and only took a few minutes to get version 2 installed.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Using iZotope Trash is pretty simple but from time to time I did have to go look at the manual just to make sure I didn’t waste a lot of time “trying” to figure stuff out instead of just looking up what I needed to know so I wouldn’t waste a minute. Trash 2 has given me some really good distortions to add to my tracks, I am a distortion junkie and it was one of the main reason I decided to purchase Trash. I was using Guitar Rig for some distortions but Trash works a lot better to me.

OVERALL OPINION

It is also very easy to work with distortion and filters/delays in Trash 2 now and with the built in limiter it does a great job from “overdoing” it to my speakers and to me ears. I have found myself using Trash 2 more and more, and now it gets used in every song. Trash has become a key component to my musical creativity and workflow so I make sure that I have it with me on my Macbook everywhere. I do wish there was a way that I could run it remotely or from a USB drive so when I am not working on my Macbook and a studio I can still run it because it is what I am most comfortable with. There are some great distortions in the studio that I go to but I just so comfortable with iZotope Trash/Trash 2 I don’t ever want to use anything else.
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songboy18/11/2009

L'avis de songboy (contenu en anglais)

iZotope Trash
There were no compatibility issues with this plugin and my Macbook running Logic 9 and Ableton 7.
The manual is clear enough, and if you haven't used any of IZotope's plugins, it doesn't hurt to reference it to get used to the interface.  Its not a hard interface to use, its just that it has its own style and can be a little confusing at times. 
Once you get used to it though, its pretty simple and easy to use.
Yes, the typical functions are fairly accessible.  At first I would get confused how to navigate the whole interface, but the learning curve is not too bad.



SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Trash has worked flawlessly time and time again inside of Logic and Ableton.  It is very stable and has had no audio problems or crashes. 
It does what its supposed to do which is give you a large collection of Distortion presets and great tools to design your own.  Because of that, I give it a 10 out of 10. 
I have been using this plugin for about 9 months.  I got it about the same time as I got Schaak Audio's Transient Shaper and I find myself using them together to get really really dirty crunchy sounds.


OVERALL OPINION

What I like the most is that this is the best Distortion plugin I have ever used.  You can tweak the crap out of it and get some amazing distortion sounds with a wide range of usage.  It also has a bunch of modeled sounds ranging from actual amps to actual effects that are really nice. 
What I don't like about this device?  Well, not really anything.  Its a great tool and a necessity for those wanting a myriad of Distortion sounds and amp/cabinet models.  I really enjoy this plugin overall.  It produces some very convincing distortion sounds that most people will believe you got from hardware gear.  The overall quality is definitely a 10 out of 10.  It can go from dark and muddy crunch to brittle and piercing sparkle. 
I have used a lot of different distortion plugins including the ones in Logic 9, Ableton 7 and D16 Devestator.  The only one that can truly share the stage with Trash is the D16.   But Trash whens overall due to the vast amount more of options.
Yes, I would definitely purchase this plugin again.  Its a must have for any person who likes using computer audio.
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webstersays18/08/2008

L'avis de webstersays (contenu en anglais)

iZotope Trash
This software installed without any problems. I had no compatibility issues with my computer. It was extremely easy to set up and to use right off the bat. Izotope gives you a very thorough and clear manual though, for the more advanced features. Izotope definitely lays out their software in a very user friendly way though, so most things are easy to figure out on your own. Installation took maybe 10 minutes and then I was already using it.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

I have a Dell computer with an intel processor, 2 gigabytes of RAM, and I use it with cubase. It works perfectly in this configuration since it is a vst plug-in. However it comes in many other formats as well, so I would assume that very few people would have any compatibility issues at all. It does not use very much processor power, which is interesting because it can change the sound so much. This has never crashed on my computer, so I would say it is very stable.

OVERALL OPINION

I have had this plug-in for over a year now. I love the variety of great, messed up sounds you can get with this. I have put this plug-in on a lot of different things: drums, guitars, vocals, bass guitar even. If you cycle through the presets it's easy to find an interesting sound and then tailor it to what you want in your song. My least favorite thing about it is that unfortunately a lot of the sounds are TOO messed up, and I can hardly imagine how you can fit it into any song. But then again - that is just my opinion. The other thing is that it can end up sounding very digital sometimes, and it can be hard to blend it with other things in a song that may have been recorded with a microphone. I still love this program though, it has helped me get a lot of unique sounding things done in my home studio for a great price. It is definitely a very good value for a software that even the pros use. I would get it again, it's really fun to use.