March 8, 2016

Celebrating International Women’s Day with our top 5 female producers!

Today is International Women’s Day – a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity. We’ve picked five female producers/artists/composers to showcase just a few of the many immensely talented ladies in the music industry, some of whom we have interviewed ourselves for the Time+Space website.

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Andy Sneap interview
March 1, 2016

We talk to producer Andy Sneap about mastering with iZotope’s Ozone 7

Back in 2012, we spoke to Producer/Engineer Andy Sneap about why he loves using iZotope’s Ozone 5 mastering software. Over three years later, and now in its seventh version, Ozone remains a concrete part of the Grammy winner’s set-up so we caught up with Andy to see how he’s getting on with the latest features in the critically acclaimed software. And of course, we couldn’t speak to him without mentioning…

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February 24, 2016

The great Diego Stocco has been at it again, this time with a leaf blower…

Back in 2012, we posted a series of videos showing the weird and wonderful instruments that Spectrasonics sound designer Diego Stocco had created from the most ordinary of objects. Click here to take a look Plates, a bonsai tree, coffee, trash bin, leaves, bees and even an assortment of machines from the local dry cleaners have all contributed to musical compositions. One of the many new features of Spectrasonics Omnisphere…

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February 12, 2016

We talk to Si Begg about new Zero-G title – Extreme Vocal Environments

Electronic Dance Music DJ, musician and record producer are just a few of Si Begg’s job titles, and when we last chatted, he’d just produced Extreme Environments for UK sample supremos Zero-G. Since that was two years ago, and he’s just released a unique vocal sound design tool ‘Extreme Vocal Environments’ (E.V.E) for Zero-G, we thought it was about time for a catch up. In this interview, Si gives us…

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Ty Unwin reviews Dronar
February 10, 2016

Top UK composer Ty Unwin reviews DRONAR: Hybrid Module

Ty Unwin is one of the UK’s most in demand media composers, having written music for the likes of the BBC, ITV, Channel 4, National Geographic Channel and Discovery as well as international advertising campaigns for Hewlett Packard, Google and Unilever. You can find out more about Ty’s work and his studio set-up in a previous interview with did with him on the Time+Space website here. Following the release of…

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January 26, 2016

We talk iZotope and Native Instruments with Flux Pavilion

Producer, singer-songwriter, DJ and label owner are just some of facets of Flux Pavilion, Flux caught the eye of Zane Lowe with the Radio 1 and Apple music DJ labeling his track ‘I Can’t Stop’ the ‘Hottest record in the world’ when he was only 21 and inevitable success followed in the form of 3 US tours, 2 UK tours, countless festival performances and collaborations with the likes of Dillon…

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December 22, 2015

Artists and composers reveal their 2015 Top 5 plug-ins

As another year comes to an end we got in touch with some of our composer and artist friends including Nainita Desai, Andy Barlow, Ty Unwin and more to see which effects plugins and virtual instruments they have been regularly using for their music in 2015 and why they find them so inspiring and essential to their work. Lamb’s Andy Barlow kicks things off with his Top 5…    

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December 10, 2015

We talk to Metal Guitar Gods 3’s Keith Merrow and Ola Englund

  Following the release of the mosh worthy, Metal Guitar Gods 3 EZmix Pack, we took a break from head-banging to ask the hugely talented metal media managing, tech savvy Keith Merrow and masterclass running, guitar shredding Ola Englund all about their involvement, and what to expect. We also chat about Keith’s most recent EP release, and Ola’s work with Swedish metal band ‘The Haunted’. Read on to find out more!

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