March 21, 2011

Time+Space at the Analog to Digital 2011 show in Exeter

Analog to Digital is a music making based exhibition at the Phoenix Arts Centre in Exeter, Devon organised by Sound Gallery Studios. The 2011 show took place at the weekend and it was bigger and better than ever with a variety of different companies giving demonstrations and tutorials throughout the day. Our fellow exhibitors included Native Instruments, Allen & Heath, Eigenlabs, Ohmforce, Sound on Sound and Yamaha UK to name…

March 15, 2011

Drum and Bass DJ and Producer icon John B on why he uses Spectrasonics Virtual Instruments…

John B has been a shining beacon in the world Drum and Bass scene for many years now. His first album – ‘Visions’ was released back in 1997 and launched his career as one of the most innovative producers at the cutting edge of the UK dance scene.  Subsequent releases on Metalheadz and his own label Beta have cemented his place and position as a true DnB pioneer. John’s sound…

January 14, 2011

Spectrasonics deliver true innovation with ‘Omni TR’ iPad App, Omnisphere 1.5 update and OMG-1 synth

It’s that time of year again when the world’s leading pro-audio companies get together in Los Angeles to unveil their endeavors to a global audience, NAMM 2011 is here. Spectrasonics have a habit of keeping something special up their sleeves to present at NAMM, in 2010 they gave us 64-bit support for their entire range and the ‘Omni Live’ iPhone app. Well this year they have not disappointed…

December 23, 2010

DnB artist A Sides on why he uses Spectrasonics

Jason Cambridge (aka A Sides) has been producing music since 1990 and has released well over 500 tracks to date across many of the scene’s biggest labels making him one of the most prolific and versatile artists in drum & bass. Over the course of his extensive career, A Sides has never limited himself to a single style and has proved to be a highly capable selector whether drawing for…

November 12, 2010

Spectrasonics on The Gadget Show!

The Gadget Show is the UK’s most popular technology programme presenting reviews of new gadgets and the latest technology news. Each week, the presenters are challenged to complete a specific task using various gadgets and technology, and this week’s assignment required them to re-produce the show’s theme tune without using real instruments. Cue increased interest from Time+Space staff… As the presenters were shown researching their task, the video of Spectrasonics’…