This is the final installment in our Nightlife VSTi virtual synth “how-to” series. We’ll talk about Nightlife’s super-fun-to-use modulation sequencers. If you don’t already have the super rad and super FREE Nightlife, download it HERE.
The modulation sequencers (“mod” sequencers, for short) allow all manner of tempo-synchronized mod madness (or unsynced, if you prefer). These include:
Continuing with our Nightlife VSTi virtual synth series, in this entry we’ll talk about Nightlife’s filters and unique “vowel morph pad.” (And in case it wasn’t clear, Nightlife is FREE, get it HERE and send us a nice Christmas card!)
Not only does the filter section provide 15 different filter types, it lets you apply two of them independently (Nightlife’s three oscillators are routable to either filter signal path). The filter types include Moog-style 24db/octave ladder-type filters, Oberheim-style 12db/octave state-variable filters, vintage Roland TB-303 18db/octave more, in lowpass, highpass, bandpass flavors (and more!).