October 19, 2016

Spectrasonics Omnisphere Expansions – A Buyer’s Guide

Spectrasonics Omnisphere is debatably one of the most advanced steps in virtual synthesis so far and has been referred to as ‘the king of software synths’. The installment of Omnisphere 2 saw a vast range of new possibilities including over 400 new DSP waveforms, 3,000 new patches and soundscapes and an audio import option, allowing users to import their own audio to use it as a soundsource, extending the possibilities…

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COMPARES Bass Synths
October 6, 2016

T+S Compares: Synth Bass virtual instruments and plugins

In pretty much every piece of music you’ll ever hear or write, you will know that without a decent sounding bass, you won’t get very far, it’s like asking for a cup of tea and getting no cup; be it a thumping, wobbling dance bass or a deep, pulsating subby bass, the low end of any track is a very important factor. In the first of our new series: T+S…

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SOS awards 2017
September 30, 2016

Sound on Sound Awards 2017 – Vote now!

Voting is now open for the Sound on Sound Awards 2017! That time of the year has come around again where the public get an opportunity to take part in one of the biggest audio software and hardware competitions in the world. Last year Time+Space were very proud to take home the Sound on Sound Outstanding Marketing Award. Just as all other years, voters are immediately entered into a prize…

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Introducing Spectrasonics Keyscape
September 2, 2016

Introducing Spectrasonics Keyscape

Over the last several days, many of us have been teased to the edge of our seats, waiting for Spectrasonics to finally reveal what they are calling The Fourth Instrument. I saw one comment on Twitter yesterday which summed it all up for me. They said it felt like Christmas Eve, and they were full of excitement, waiting for Santa Spectrasonics to reveal the present! It is my pleasure to…

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February 24, 2016

The great Diego Stocco has been at it again, this time with a leaf blower…

Back in 2012, we posted a series of videos showing the weird and wonderful instruments that Spectrasonics sound designer Diego Stocco had created from the most ordinary of objects. Click here to take a look Plates, a bonsai tree, coffee, trash bin, leaves, bees and even an assortment of machines from the local dry cleaners have all contributed to musical compositions. One of the many new features of Spectrasonics Omnisphere…

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January 29, 2016

Our SOS Award, Sonic Joy 2015 + NAMM TEC 2015 Awards

First off, we’re thrilled to announce that Time+Space have been awarded with Sound on Sound‘s Outstanding Marketing Award for 2016.  We’re both proud, and thankful to be given this award, and hope that the following year can be just as outstanding!

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January 7, 2016

Computer Music name their top products of 2015

Throughout 2015 the team at Computer Music have had hundreds of plugins, DAWs, sample libraries, interfaces and everything in between put in their laps for review, and who knows better than the makers of the world’s best selling music software magazine. The crack team of writers/reviewers/audio aficionados were given the challenging task of picking their favourites and singling out the software that impressed them the most this year.

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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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