TimeSpace Easter offers
March 29, 2018

Don’t miss our Easter offers on music production tools

We’ve teamed up with some of our top brands to bring you an excellent selection of special offers this weekend on virtual instruments, sample libraries and effects plug-ins. Whether you’re looking for great value orchestral plugins, Spectrasonics Omnisphere 2 expansion packs or anything in between we have a huge special offer for you! This is the perfect opportunity to spruce up your studio for Spring and make the next couple…

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December 10, 2015

Lifting the fallboard on Synthogy Ivory II

Synthogy’s Ivory II is the world’s most popular virtual grand piano software with artists, critics and customers all singing its praises and its easy to see why. Founded in 2003 Synthogy set out it achieve new standards of sound quality and realism. To achieve this goal, the instruments would need to be musical enough to satisfy the most discerning and accomplished professional musicians.

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November 21, 2012

See the Ivory II American Concert D Piano in action

Back in August, Synthogy added Ivory II American Concert D virtual piano to their catalogue. This software instrument boasts a huge library of samples weighing in at 49 GB, making it the largest and most extensively sampled Ivory II piano to date.

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August 29, 2012

Get the American Concert D sound with Synthogy

Multi-award winning virtual instrument developers Synthogy have been releasing products powered by their Ivory piano software engine for many years now. 2010 saw the unveiling of version 2 of Ivory which featured many improvements, including Sympathetic String Resonance, Half Pedaling, Lid Position, Pedal Noise, and Tuning Tables. Their flagship instrument, Ivory II Grand Pianos contains 3 sampled pianos, a German Steinway D, Bosendorfer 290 and a Yamaha C7. It is…

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September 29, 2011

Kasabian’s programmer Laurie Jenkins on why the band use Ivory II pianos

Laurie Jenkins recently got in touch with Time+Space about Ivory II Upright Pianos and when he mentioned he was working as a programmer for English Rock band Kasabian we obviously wanted to find out more about how they were using Synthogy’s highly acclaimed software… Hi Laurie, thanks for speaking with us, first up, could you tell us about your background? Hi – I first started out as a session drummer…

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October 21, 2010

Can you spot the difference?

One of my favourite memories from school was performing in a production of West Side Story – I played the part of a Jet which luckily for the audience didn’t involve much singing on my part but instead plenty of dancing and prancing around to the likes of ‘America’, ‘The Rumble’ and, of course, ‘The Jet Song’. Purbrook Park secondary school had a great Performing Arts team including music teacher…

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