Time+Space Staff Picks 2017
December 23, 2017

Time+Space staff reveal their Top 5 Plugins of 2017

This year we’ve seen the release of some truly groundbreaking new releases that mean creating great tracks has never been easier, or more enjoyable! We thought we’d the celebrate the past twelve months by asking some of the Time+Space team to name their top plugins of 2017. After much deliberation and debate, here’s what they chose… Jack Hale, Product Specialist & Tech Support Toontrack – Superior Drummer 3: The ability…

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Christmas gift ideas
December 22, 2017

Our pick of Christmas gift ideas – treat yourself!

2017 has been an amazing year for new music software products with some significant advancements made in the world of plug-ins and virtual instruments. iZotope‘s Ozone 8 and Neutron 2 have revolutionised the way we go about mixing and mastering. Synthogy have cemented their place as one of the finest virtual piano creators with Ivory II Studio Grands. And Toontrack’s Superior Drummer 3 has given us a truly superior virtual…

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Stephen Baystead
December 13, 2017

We talk to award-winning composer Stephen Baysted

Born in London, award-winning composer Stephen Baysted is well known for his versatility and emotionally charged and expressively powerful music. Stephen’s acclaimed music scores have been enjoyed by viewers and players worldwide in a succession of award-winning films, TV programmes and video games including the number one bestselling racing game Project Cars, Blink Film’s epic six-part documentary series Ancient Mysteries for Channel 5, and Graveyard of the Giant Beasts for…

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Alessandro Camnasio
December 12, 2017

Alessandro Camnasio – Creating the sounds for DRONAR Vintage Synth

Regular readers of our blog will already be familiar with Alessandro Camnasio for his incredible sound design work on Gothic Instruments‘ DRONAR and SCULPTOR Kontakt software. Outside of these instruments, his sound design has been used in countless Hollywood movie trailers including Transformers, Captain America, THOR and many others. This week, Gothic Instruments released their sixth DRONAR module – Vintage Synth – so we thought we’d catch up with the man…

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AAS
December 8, 2017

Applied Acoustic Systems: A Buyer’s Guide

Here at Time+Space we’re happy to announce that we are now selling Applied Acoustic Systems‘ excellent range of professional sound modelling virtual instruments & effects. The company has strong experience in the field as they approach their 20th year of supplying music software to top end producers, composers & musicians and what makes them so unique is their approach to making these plugins; instead of sampled based instruments, AAS focus…

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Carly Paradis interview
December 1, 2017

We talk to award-winning composer Carly Paradis

Canadian born Carly Paradis, who is now based in the UK, is a film and TV composer, musician and pianist, whose credits include sole composer of RTS winning and BAFTA nominated series Line of Duty for BBC, Sky Atlantic’s Sick Note (Rupert Grint, Nick Frost, Don Johnson) and ITV’s Tennison (prequel to Prime Suspect). She wrote the original score for Jed Mercurio’s feature length BBC adaption of Lady Chatterly’s Lover,…

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Gary Numan Spectrasonics Omnisphere
November 30, 2017

Gary Numan on why Spectrasonics Omnisphere is the king of music software

Omnisphere 2 is the flagship synthesiser of Spectrasonics – the company behind other incredible music production tools such as Trilian, Stylus RMX and Keyscape. Omnisphere 2 is an instrument of extraordinary power and versatility. The award-winning software brings many different types of synthesis together into one amazing-sounding instrument that promises to inspire a lifetime of exploration. It’s arguably one of the greatest software instruments of all time, winning numerous awards…

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Rob Papen SubBoomBass 2
November 24, 2017

SubBoomBass II from Rob Papen – A Preview

Rob Papen SubBoomBass has been providing low end ammunition and earthshaking basses to musicians everywhere for almost a decade. It was about time one of the hardest working synth developers in the industry gave it some TLC right? Whilst SubBoomBass is still amazing, V2.0 is definitely going to be turning heads (and rattling floors) with it’s new GUI, presets and toys. If it ain’t broke… Don’t fix it. SubBoomBass II…

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