How to make a bass patch with Rob Papen Go2
May 31, 2018

Making a bass patch with Rob Papen’s Go2 virtual synth

Following on from the popular Toontrack UK Pop EZX tutorial he compiled for us back in February, Computer Music writer and reviewer Ronan Macdonald is back, this time taking a look at Rob Papen Go2 – the newest virtual synth offering from a synthesis supremo. (Download the free demo from the Go2 product page here). Over to Ronan… “Packing the vast majority of its functionality and controls into a single…

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Spectrasonics update
May 3, 2018

Spectrasonics announce Omnisphere 2.5!

The Game Changer No sooner had Time+Space arrived at SuperBooth 2018 there was a game changing announcement! Virtual instrument heavyweights, Spectrasonicsasonics, revolutionised the state of software synthesis in May 2015 with the release of Omnisphere 2, and three years later they’re doing it again. Omnisphere 2.5 is going to be a public beta, and is going to be a free update to all registered users from May 2018. Hardware Synth…

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TimeSpace Easter offers
March 29, 2018

Don’t miss our Easter offers on music production tools

We’ve teamed up with some of our top brands to bring you an excellent selection of special offers this weekend on virtual instruments, sample libraries and effects plug-ins. Whether you’re looking for great value orchestral plugins, Spectrasonics Omnisphere 2 expansion packs or anything in between we have a huge special offer for you! This is the perfect opportunity to spruce up your studio for Spring and make the next couple…

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AAS Free Player vs full software
February 8, 2018

Applied Acoustic Systems – free player or full software?

Have you been keen to purchase some of AAS’ great value expansion packs, but haven’t because you don’t own the original software? Then it might surprise you to know that all AAS sound banks can also run through the free AAS player included with your purchase! This means that you can purchase and use their sound banks right away. So what’s the difference between the free player and the full…

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Alessandro Camnasio
December 12, 2017

Alessandro Camnasio – Creating the sounds for DRONAR Vintage Synth

Regular readers of our blog will already be familiar with Alessandro Camnasio for his incredible sound design work on Gothic Instruments‘ DRONAR and SCULPTOR Kontakt software. Outside of these instruments, his sound design has been used in countless Hollywood movie trailers including Transformers, Captain America, THOR and many others. This week, Gothic Instruments released their sixth DRONAR module – Vintage Synth – so we thought we’d catch up with the man…

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Rob Papen SubBoomBass 2
November 24, 2017

SubBoomBass II from Rob Papen – A Preview

Rob Papen SubBoomBass has been providing low end ammunition and earthshaking basses to musicians everywhere for almost a decade. It was about time one of the hardest working synth developers in the industry gave it some TLC right? Whilst SubBoomBass is still amazing, V2.0 is definitely going to be turning heads (and rattling floors) with it’s new GUI, presets and toys. If it ain’t broke… Don’t fix it. SubBoomBass II…

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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-around 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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