May 24, 2011

Introducing Freshtone Samples…

This week we’ve been excited to announce our new distribution partnership with Freshtone – a new sample company that features the works of Matthew Corbett and Mike Wilkie who are best known in the world of samples for their work with Zero-G, including Sounds of the Seventies, Vocal Forge and Vocal Foundry. We wanted to find out more about their new venture and what makes them different from other sample…

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April 27, 2011

Taking a closer look at Zero-G’s House Fabrik…

Here at Time+Space we’ve been really getting into Zero-G’s recent sample library release – House Fabrik, which is packed full of stunning drumloops, infectious bass and synth loops, atmospheres, melodies and FX as well as hundreds of unique one-shots, stabs and hits. In fact, we’ve liked it so much that two of our staff have already produced some tracks using the product.

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March 31, 2011

Michelle Moog-Koussa reveals how the Spectrasonics Tribute Library will benefit the Bob Moog Foundation

Last week saw the announcement of the OMG-1/Bob Moog Foundation contest from Spectrasonics. Entrants are invited to purchase and download a special Tribute library designed to work with Omnisphere and create a track to submit to the contest. The prize is the OMG-1 – a custom built one-of-a kind instrument featuring  a Moog Little Phatty, Omnisphere, Mac Mini, dual iPads, dual iPods and Omni TR all built into a beautiful,…

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March 29, 2011

Bristol dance music producer D Product shares his drum processing secrets

Firstly I would like to say thank you to everyone at Time And Space for inviting me to get involved at the Analog To Digital Exhibition in Exeter last weekend, and thank you to all of you that came along to see my Dance Music Master class, for those of you that couldn’t make it here are a few tips and tricks from the day.

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March 18, 2011

52 Reason / Record Tips from Propellerhead product specialist James Bernard

Every now and again we come across something that we just have to blog about. If you are on the Propellerhead mailing list then you’ll already know about this so forgive us, but Propellerhead product specialist James Bernard is posting 52 free individual tutorial videos on the Propellerhead website. He’s currently on number 49 and each one is a well produced and provides a very useful insight into a specific…

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March 15, 2011

Drum and Bass DJ and Producer icon John B on why he uses Spectrasonics Virtual Instruments…

John B has been a shining beacon in the world Drum and Bass scene for many years now. His first album – ‘Visions’ was released back in 1997 and launched his career as one of the most innovative producers at the cutting edge of the UK dance scene.  Subsequent releases on Metalheadz and his own label Beta have cemented his place and position as a true DnB pioneer. John’s sound…

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February 2, 2011

Composer Rod Abernethy talks video game scoring, virtual instruments and samples of yesteryear

Rod Abernethy is an award-winning composer and musician who creates memorable music scores for video games, advertising and television. His musical repertoire encompasses traditional acoustic and ethnic scores, unique hybrid soundtracks fusing electronic and organic elements, as well as dramatic music written for orchestra and choir. Rod’s dynamic music productions enhance numerous high profile video games such as Dead Space, Alpha Protocol and The Hobbit  and is currently working on…

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January 7, 2011

Lewis from Stardelta Audio Mastering talks tape, loudness, vinyl and more…

As you may know, Time+Space is based in rural Devon so we were very happy to find out that one of the UK’s premier mastering facilities is just down the road. Stardelta Audio Mastering provide a variety of services including the delivery of vinyl, CD or mp3 masters using their stack of high quality analogue and digital equipment. We took the opportunity to ask Lewis Hopkin, the owner of Stardelta,…

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