George Strezov
March 16, 2017

Introducing George Strezov – the founder of professional cinematic sample developers Strezov Sampling

This week we were pleased to welcome Strezov Sampling to the Time+Space fold. Established and run by Bulgarian orchestrator and film composer George Strezov, the company has become particularly renowned for its high quality virtual choirs and its sounds can be heard in countless high profile movies. We caught up with George to find out more… Hi George, so, tell us about Strezov Sampling – who are the people behind…

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January 17, 2017

Our pick of customer reviews – write your own and win!

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 much so that each month we have an awesome music production prize to give away to one lucky reviewer. There’s more details on how to…

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T+S compares Vocal Instruments
November 10, 2016

Time+Space Compares: Virtual Vocals

Twenty-five years ago, if you told someone that in the future we would be able to virtually recreate the sound of a piano, guitar or voice that sounds so realistic you wouldn’t be able to tell the difference, you may well have just been laughed at.  Skip to 2016 and see how 20 years of development has taken virtual studio technology to advancements beyond belief, and it’s still expanding. With…

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COMPARES Bass Synths
October 6, 2016

T+S Compares: Synth Bass virtual instruments and plugins

In pretty much every piece of music you’ll ever hear or write, you will know that without a decent sounding bass, you won’t get very far, it’s like asking for a cup of tea and getting no cup; be it a thumping, wobbling dance bass or a deep, pulsating subby bass, the low end of any track is a very important factor. In the first of our new series: T+S…

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September 13, 2016

“Wow, wow, wow!” Composer Ty Unwin shares his thoughts on DRONAR: Guitarscapes

It’s been a week since we released Gothic Instruments DRONAR: Guitarscapes and the response from the many users who have already purchased it has been incredible. This powerful, easy-to-use guitar-based pad, soundscapes and atmosphere creator has been described by Resident Advisor as sounding like “a labour of love” whilst over on The Samplecast, presenter Reuben Cornell said “It is gorgeous and the sounds are so tweakable.” When DRONAR: Hybrid Module…

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Dronar Guitarscapes Main
September 6, 2016

We speak to Gothic Instruments’ Dan Graham about new DRONAR Guitarscapes

Since DRONAR Hybrid Module was released back in February, many users have been eagerly awaiting the arrival of the second module and today it’s here! Gothic Instruments DRONAR: Guitarscapes is based on live and processed recordings of mandolins, electric, acoustic and steel guitars which, when combined with DRONAR´s powerful controls, produce shimmering organic pads, otherworldy ambient soundscapes, natural strumming accompaniments and more. In true DRONAR style, it takes very little…

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August 11, 2016

Film, TV and game composers reveal their favourite string virtual instruments

Following the popularity of our round up of composers’ and artists’ Top plugins of 2015 on the T+S Blog at the end of last year with contributions from Time+Space friends including Nainita Desai, Andy Barlow, Ty Unwin and more, we decided to do another one! This time, we’ve been finding out what other virtual instruments and plug-ins the professionals are really rating right now and we’re kicking things off with…

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