Sonuscore
March 25, 2018

Sonuscore Orchestral Instruments – Buyer’s Guide

Looking to beef up your orchestral arsenal for the spring? Then we’ve got good news. A selection of Sonuscore’s top critically-acclaimed libraries have arrived at T+S. If the name sounds family that’s because they’re the masterminds behind Best Service’s ‘The Orchestra’ and Native Instruments’ ‘Emotive Strings’, ‘Action Strings’, and ‘Action Strikes’ libraries. Whether your sculpting desolate and peaceful soundscapes or are just looking for the eerie noises that haunt your nightmares, Sonuscore…

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Red Room Audio Buyer's Guide
March 9, 2018

Red Room Audio Orchestral Instruments – Buyer’s Guide

Red Room Audio is a developer of passionately crafted virtual instruments for songwriters, composers and sound designers.  Based in Los Angeles with staff and contributors around the globe, their mission to create inspiring tools that make it easy for you to turn your musical ideas into art. They were founded just last year (2017) by Dickie Chapin, a musician and designer whose dream it was to create the most realistic and…

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September 16, 2015

Exploring video game audio at Game Music Connect 2015

For the third successive year, Time+Space were proud partners of Game Music Connect – an annual event dedicated to music, and indeed, all types of sound, in video games. Hosted by composers James Hannigan and John Broomhall, the event took place in London’s Southbank Centre and featured many high profile figures from the video games industry. Here’s how the day panned out… The event kicked off with host John Broomhall’s…

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