Write a review and you could win some amazing software from Spitfire Audio!

PLEASE NOTE: as of 1st February, the prize on offer has changed, click here to see what prize is on offer this month.

Just bought a new virtual instrument or sample pack and want to tell other music producers all about it? Perhaps you’ve been using an effects plugin or Kontakt library for several months and want to share your views of it.

We love hearing your opinions on your most recent purchases from Time+Space, so for the next three months, we’re giving you the opportunity to be entered into our monthly prize draw which will run through from now until January, offering three different chances to win a prize!

Here’s what could be yours:

composer toolkitSpitfire Audio- Olafur Arnalds Composer Toolkit

For composers, for songwriters, for producers, this intimate and deeply personal set of tools curated by BAFTA winning composer Olafur Arnalds has been created with the writer in mind. Spitfire Audio Olafur Arnalds Composer Toolkit is centred around a hugely characterful ´felted´ grand piano and a comprehensive set of extraordinary and inspiring sounds recorded in Iceland.

The main feature of the library is a 1904 Beckstein grand piano, which Ólafur has customised, after several tests using various strips, with a single piece of felt. This was sampled in meticulous detail over several days to capture the subtle nuances of the softest layers. The felt piano is presented with 4 unique signals; KM84, Coles, Processed and Spaced.

 

All you need to do is head over to the relevant product page on our website for the title that you want to write about, and click the link to the right of the product image to complete the form and insert your 75+word review. Don’t know what to write about? Tell us which features you like or dislike about the product, how you have used it in your projects, would you recommend it to others? You will then be automatically entered into the prize draw, the winner of which will be announced at the end of every month.

We look forward to reading your reviews!

Posted by Jamie Farrington

After studying music for 12 years as a tuba and piano player, I was eventually introduced to the studio a few years ago and it opened my eyes to a whole new side of music. Since then I've been producing and recording all sorts of music, with my main interest being in ambient and experimental electronic music. Working at Time+Space has enabled me to work with some great musicians, composers, producers and above all, some amazing software!

Website: http://www.timespace.com/

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