Buyer's Guide FabFilter
August 2, 2017

FabFilter – A Buyer’s Guide

FabFilter have been making plugins since 2002, creating a unique and powerful range of products from Amsterdam in the Netherlands. When it comes to audio, FabFilter aren’t interested in creating vintage emulations, rather they look to give the modern studio the most powerful and flexible tools available. With many of the most powerful plugins on the market today, there is a trend to put a thousand controls on the GUI….

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Cinesamples Buyers Guide
July 11, 2017

Cinesamples Virtual Instruments – A Buyer’s Guide

Here at Time+Space, we’re proud to offer some of the most exciting and innovative orchestral libraries on the market; whether you’re looking for delicate strings, punchy brass or a full size 100-piece symphony orchestra, it’s all there. One of our manufacturers, Cinesamples, play a key role in providing these libraries; their collection covers all areas of the orchestral music spectrum, whilst also venturing into world music and sound design. This…

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Virtual Pianos a Buyer's Guide
June 29, 2017

Virtual Pianos – A Buyers’ Guide

Anyone who has ever set out to purchase a virtual piano will know all too well that there are umpteen products to choose from covering everything from electric to acoustic instruments. So how do you know which is right for you? Here at Time+Space, six of our major brands – Garritan, Synthogy, Toontrack, Spectrasonics ,  Cinematic Strings & Cinesamples– all offer virtual pianos, each with their own individual user interfaces,…

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Orchestral Strings Buyer's Guide
March 24, 2017

Orchestral Strings – A Buyer’s Guide

IMPORTANT: It’s with great sadness that we announce Spitfire Audio products will not be available to purchase from Time+Space or any other Spitfire retail partner from June 1st. We’ve thoroughly enjoyed working with the Spitfire team over the past two years and we wish them all the best in their future endeavours. Please do feel free to browse through our other manufacturers who create brilliant orchestral and electronic libraries Computers…

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