Ethera 2 Soundscapes
October 17, 2017

Zero-G release Ethera Soundscapes V2.0

Supreme sample library veterans Zero-G are back with the second version of their popular Ethera Soundscapes library! This award-winning collection combines stunning male and female voices, synths, and ambient sounds making it a highly useful all-round tool for your cinematic and electronic compositions. It received critical acclaim from critics and customers alike for it’s incredible attention to detail and reasonable price. Here’s what Music Tech and Computer Music magazine had to say…

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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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June 9, 2016

Introducing Softube Audio Plugins – A Buyer’s Guide

  This week we were pleased to welcome Softube to Time+Space. I have been using their software in my own projects for some time now and with this Buyer’s Guide I aim to highlight some of the key plug-ins, and explain why you need them. Softube have succeeded in creating software which is both intuitive and simple to use, whilst providing a real sonic integrity, whether it is their own…

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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 4, 2015

4th December – New sample library releases

Big Fish Audio Big Bad Horns 2 Big Bad Horns Vol.2 has even more jazz, rock, blues, soul, latin, and funk and is overflowing with even more sax, trumpet and trombone sections, soulful pianos, groovin organs, solo horns galore and way too many spit valves to mention. Formats: Kontakt, Apple Loops, REX, WAV, RMX, Acid. RRP: £89.95 / €121.00

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We talk to Sam Spacey
December 2, 2015

We talk to Sam Spacey about his new Kontakt instrument Epica Bass

“Epica absolutely shines – shimmering and beautiful, inspiring almost at every turn. […] The best collection for synth-heads currently out there.” (Music Tech). It’s been two years since Epica landed in the T+S office. The Kontakt instrument went on to achieve a clutch of awards and top scoring reviews from Sound on Sound, Music Tech, Computer Music and as well as T+S customers. For the last two years, Epica’s producer…

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September 16, 2015

Taking a closer look at Sample Magic’s BLOQ

Sample Magic have recently released their first Virtual Instrument; Bloq, so we thought we’d delve deeper in to this vintage synth and drum machine instrument to see what it’s all about and give you a chance to try it for yourself with a free taster demo. A year of development and created from Sample Magic’s co-founder Sharooz Raoofi’s extensive collection of vintage drum machines and synths, Sample Magic developed a…

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July 29, 2015

Spectrasonics Omnisphere 2: The Critics’ Perspective

At Winter NAMM 2015, Spectrasonics made what was arguably the most exciting announcement of the show – the imminent release of Omnisphere 2. Vimeo crashed, it was trending on Twitter and audiophiles world wide were chomping at the bit to get their hands on it. Among the many new features is audio import so you can use your own soundsources within the Omnisphere engine, lots of new waveforms, wavetable and…

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