September 21, 2017

Shooting Videos With Superior Drummer 3

With the upcoming release of Superior Drummer 3, Jack Hale, Jonah Rich (cinematographer), Harry Peak, Robin Johnson (Kyros drummer) and I took to Sound Gallery Studios to record some drums using the Roland TD50-KV and Superior Drummer 3. Equipment So how did we shoot it? Well, our kit list consisted of: Roland TD50-KV Kit Superior Drummer 3 2x Macbook Pro Audio/MIDI interface 2x Lights & Softboxes 3x SLR Cameras The…

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Cinesamples Buyers Guide
July 11, 2017

Cinesamples Virtual Instruments – A Buyer’s Guide

Here at Time+Space, we’re proud to offer some of the most exciting and innovative orchestral libraries on the market; whether you’re looking for delicate strings, punchy brass or a full-size 100-piece symphony orchestra, it’s all there. One of our manufacturers, Cinesamples, play a key role in providing these libraries; their collection covers all areas of the orchestral music spectrum, whilst also venturing into world music and sound design. This year…

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December 26, 2016

Time+Space Review of the Year – 2016’s Top Selling Plug-ins and Instruments

As a busy 2016 draws to a close, we reflect back on some of the incredible virtual instruments, sample libraries and effects plug-ins released over the year as developers continued to push the boundaries and make our lives as musicians ever more creative and exciting. In no particular order, here are our top 10! iZotope – Neutron Mixing Console The iZotope Neutron mixing plug-in has proven to be a revolutionary…

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T+S compares Vocal Instruments
November 10, 2016

Time+Space Compares: Virtual Vocals

Twenty-five years ago, if you told someone that in the future we would be able to virtually recreate the sound of a piano, guitar or voice that sounds so realistic you wouldn’t be able to tell the difference, you may well have just been laughed at.  Skip to 2016 and see how 20 years of development has taken virtual studio technology to advancements beyond belief, and it’s still expanding. With…

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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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September 15, 2014

Delphic’s James Cook talks Spectrasonics

Manchester based James Cook is the lead singer of indie electro outfit Delphic and the composer of the official single for the 2012 Olympic Games. Currently in the studio working on material for various exciting projects, he took some time out to answer a few questions about using Spectrasonics virtual instruments.

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March 18, 2014

Use ProjectSAM libraries? Why not enter their new contest?

ProjectSAM, the company behind top composing virtual instruments including Symphobia, True Strike, Lumina, Orchestral Essentials and others, have launched a contest especially for users of its libraries. So, if you’ve created a track using one or more ProjectSAM libraries, why not submit it to the contest? The closing date isn’t until 30th April so there’s also plenty of time to start a new track from scratch. There are three prizes…

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