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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December 22, 2015

Artists and composers reveal their 2015 Top 5 plug-ins

As another year comes to an end we got in touch with some of our composer and artist friends including Nainita Desai, Andy Barlow, Ty Unwin and more to see which effects plugins and virtual instruments they have been regularly using for their music in 2015 and why they find them so inspiring and essential to their work. Lamb’s Andy Barlow kicks things off with his Top 5…    

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January 6, 2012

String shootouts – what’s your preference?

You may remember award winning film and TV composer Miguel d’Oliveira from an interview we did with him on the Time+Space website back in 2008. Miguel uses many plug-ins from Time+Space brands and we were interested to hear that he’d started producing his own short videos in and around his busy work schedule. The first of these two videos can be viewed below and see Miguel comparing LA Scoring Strings,…

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November 2, 2010

Guest post: Scoring ‘How Much For My Brother’

Having won multiple awards and an appearance at Cannes with his animated short film ‘For the Love of God’ starring Steve Coogan and Ian McKellan, UK Director Joe Tucker is currently in the final stages of completing his next film ‘How Much For My Brother’.  The writer for the score, Miguel d’Oliveira, is a good friend of Time+Space (not to mention a frequent composer for the BBC and Channel 4)…

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