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Acoustica release free Nightlife VST instrument

New synth aimed at EDM, trance and modern dance genres

Acoustica have announced the release of Nightlife, a new VST virtual synthesizer instrument. Nightlife is a FREE download, compatible with all Windows 32-bit VST hosts. Packed with bone-rattling basses, other-worldly pads, beat-synced arpeggiated patterns, and tons more, Nightlife is aimed at producers of modern dance, EDM and trance styles.

Featuring three oscillators, five built-in mod sequencers, dual filters with fifteen filter types plus a vowel filter, four LFO's, flexible mod matrix, a bit crusher, and five effects, Nightlife is a programmable synthesis powerhouse. For users who want usable sounds quickly, Nightlife includes a ton of edgy and provocative presets. With Nightlife, it's possible to create captivating patterns with five independent, beat-synced mod sequencers. Routable to filters, pitch, amplitude, and more, each mod sequencer can have up to 32 steps. Nightlife's unique Vowel Filter lets you create vocal-like timbres with an easy and fun "bouncing ball" graphic interface.

Visit www.acoustica.com to download Nightlife and to learn more.

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