February 12, 2016

We talk to Si Begg about new Zero-G title – Extreme Vocal Environments

Electronic Dance Music DJ, musician and record producer are just a few of Si Begg’s job titles, and when we last chatted, he’d just produced Extreme Environments for UK sample supremos Zero-G. Since that was two years ago, and he’s just released a unique vocal sound design tool ‘Extreme Vocal Environments’ (E.V.E) for Zero-G, we thought it was about time for a catch up. In this interview, Si gives us…

Read More >>
Ty Unwin reviews Dronar
February 10, 2016

Top UK composer Ty Unwin reviews DRONAR: Hybrid Module

Ty Unwin is one of the UK’s most in demand media composers, having written music for the likes of the BBC, ITV, Channel 4, National Geographic Channel and Discovery as well as international advertising campaigns for Hewlett Packard, Google and Unilever. You can find out more about Ty’s work and his studio set-up in a previous interview with did with him on the Time+Space website here. Following the release of…

Read More >>
July 25, 2014

iZotope BreakTweaker – The press give their verdict…

Back in January, at the annual Winter NAMM show, iZotope revealed the fruits of their second collaboration with producer BT (the first being Stutter Edit) in the form of BreakTweaker. Dubbed a ‘futuristic beat machine’, BreakTweaker is a wildly creative rhythmic instrument that is powered by three distinct modules – the Sequencer, the Generator and the MicroEdit engine – which make it possible to create beats you’ve never heard before,…

Read More >>
July 19, 2013

Producer and Stutter Edit designer BT drops hints about forthcoming plugin

Brian Transeau, or BT as he is more commonly known, is a prolific composer and technologist who is renowned for pioneering the ‘stutter edit’ as a musical technique. When BT first conceived the idea, stutter edits required hours of meticulous labour: careful slicing of audio into impossibly small fragments before resynthesizing the result into modern fractured effects.

Read More >>
July 2, 2013

1st July – brand new sample libraries available now

Zero-G – Cyberstorm: Audio FX for Moving Pictures Produced by FX supremo Frédéric Devanlay, Cyberstorm is packed with futuristic weapons, movements, drones, impacts, explosions and more. Perfect for fantasy and sci-fi media composers,  Cyberstorm is also a great source of inspiration for producers of electronic music. Formats: Aiff Apple Loops, Acid, Wav, Kontakt, EXS24, NNXT RRP: £60.95 / €74.95

Read More >>
April 26, 2013

26th April – this week’s new sample library releases

Big Fish Audio Cinematic Orchestral Themes 20 full-length cinematic orchestral tracks, all professionally recorded with a high-caliber, 70-piece symphonic orchestra in a wonderful sounding, historical, European studio. The full-length tracks have also been mastered at the famous Abbey Road Studios, in London. Formats: Aiff Apple Loops, Acid, Wav RRP: £84.95 / €99.95 Loopmasters Movie Dialogue 6 An inspirational set of 610 separate Wav samples taken from original early Film Dialogue,…

Read More >>
December 20, 2012

Noisia talk to iZotope about their love of Trash

Dutch dance music production trio Noisia have been very busy since their debut release back in 2003, appearing on a variety of high profile record labels including DeadMau5’s ‘mau5trap’ imprint. Martin, Nik and Thijs have remixed artists such as Robbie Williams, Moby and The Prodigy and they also own 3 record labels – Vision, Division and Invisible.

Read More >>
December 6, 2012

Producer/Engineer Andy Sneap on using Ozone 5 and recording with Toontrack

Until recently, I only really knew Andy Sneap as the crazed-looking bloke on the cover of the Toontrack Metal Machine EZX. Then, during a visit to Sweden for Toontrack’s Metal Month launch a few weeks ago, I was fortunate enough to meet the man himself. We got talking during an epic game of bowling with the Toontrack team (Andy came last by the way (sorry Andy, couldn’t resist)) – and…

Read More >>