Music technology retailer Time+Space announces closure, customer accounts inaccessible
The distributor was known for its catalogue of samples and Toontrack, Rob Papen, Zero-G and ProjectSAM products.
Image: Facebook, Time&Space
UK-based music tech distributor Time+Space has announced that it will no longer be trading after more than two decades of service. As it stands, the website is inaccessible and customers are unable to log into their accounts.
In a statement posted to Facebook, Time+Space says: “To our valued customers, it’s with deep regret that we have to inform you that Time+Space will no longer be trading. The decision has not been taken lightly and is as disappointing for us as it is for you. We understand that some people will be negatively affected by this decision and we ask for your patience while we work through this difficult process.”
The brand became a hit in the 90s for distributing sample CDs and later collaborated with MusicTech on distributing sample CDs via our print magazine. Time+Space evolved with the internet and became a software retailer, becoming a home for products by Toontrack, Rob Papen, ProjectSAM, Zero-G and more.
The Facebook post continues: “We’d like to say a big thank you for all your support over the years – particularly those of you who have been with us since the early days, your loyalty has been hugely appreciated, T+S Team.”
As reported by MusicRadar, Time+Space’s tech support team says in regards to customer’s account access: “We are working through ensuring customers will have access to their old orders, and serials. Once we have more information all customers will be contacted with further details. As you can imagine we have a lot to work through so this may take some time.
“Please bear with us. And we apologise for any issues caused by this matter.”