December 14, 2010

Rob Papen RP-Verb Tutorial Video

Rob Papen is one of the world’s leading software synth developers but this year a reverb plug-in was added to the product line. RP-Verb is the fruit of Rob Papen’s study of reverb and endless hours of exploring, testing, and tweaking. It has already won many accolades including a Computer Music Innovation and Performance award. Not only that, RP-Delay is included in the package too! To find out more check…

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December 9, 2010

Rob Papen releases Blue 1.9 with new copy protection system

Rob Papen originally released Blue back in August 2008 and it almost instantly gained a reputation for being a very powerful instrument adding a whole new dimension to the RP range of software synths. As with other Papen products, users were dazzled by the quality of presets which Blue had to offer and it quickly became a hit.

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December 3, 2010

Around the world in 350 instruments…

Gary Garritan is a real pioneer when it comes to recording instruments. After producing ‘Gigaharp’, his next offering was the ‘Garritan Orchestra Strings’ collection for GigaSampler which really cemented his place as a sampling heavyweight.

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November 22, 2010

Time+Space at the Play and Produce show in Belgium with Rob Papen

Located in the old downtown of Ghent in Belgium, the Play & Produce took place on Saturday inside of the historical Vooruit building, a beautiful and unusual place for a DJ and producer show. When we heard about this unique event we did not miss the opportunity to show off our products, with the added pleasure of legendary sound designer Rob Papen joining us for the day.

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November 12, 2010

Importing Akai CDROM’s into Logic Pro

At Time + Space we are often asked if there is a way to use some of the older Akai CDROM sound libraries within todays DAW’s. This tutorial explains how you can import Akai CDROM’s into Logic Pro using the EXS24 sampler.

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November 12, 2010

Spectrasonics on The Gadget Show!

The Gadget Show is the UK’s most popular technology programme presenting reviews of new gadgets and the latest technology news. Each week, the presenters are challenged to complete a specific task using various gadgets and technology, and this week’s assignment required them to re-produce the show’s theme tune without using real instruments. Cue increased interest from Time+Space staff… As the presenters were shown researching their task, the video of Spectrasonics’…

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October 22, 2010

Vir2 announce release date for Q, a virtual instrument for the big screen…

Announced earlier this year, Q is a new virtual instrument powered by Native Instruments Kontakt 4 from Vir2, the software development arm of US sample legends Big Fish Audio. In short, Q is a sound design and scoring instrument library designed to be used for television, film, game, and media. It is also a useful tool for music producers who want to add a unique and cutting edge angle to…

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September 28, 2010

Simon Grey gets heavy with Beatstation at MusicLab in Amsterdam

Last week saw the 3rd ‘MusicLab’ event take place at the Pakhuis de Zwijger arts centre in Amsterdam. The event is organised by Pakhuis de Zwijger in cooperation with Interface magazine and several other partners, with the aim to show the audience the most innovative and cutting edge developments in music making. So not wanting to miss a party,  we headed over with renowned keyboard player and producer Simon Grey…

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