Nakst has released a new virtual instrument with a synthesis method based on traditional phase distortion synthesizers. Each of the 2 generator layers of Regency has 3 editable multi-segment curves, which are applied to distort the phase of the generator in series, in modulatable amounts.

Regency has a wide range of modulation units. As well as the four envelopes and three multi-segment LFOs, there are two math modulators, which let you shape and warp other modulation sources. Each modulation unit has several built-in assignment slots. And there’s also a 6 slot modulation matrix for making additional articulations.

There are three effect slots, each of which can contain any of the six effect units included with Regency. You can reorder units, and even use the same unit multiple times in your effect chain. Available units: bitcrusher, flanger, pattern delay, trancegate, delay line, five-band EQ.

Regency features

  • 2 generators (3 distortion curves each), ladder filter with 4 mode, 3 effect unit slots with 6 effect types.
  • High precision modulation: 4 envelopes, 2 math modulators, 3 LFOs, modulation matrix. Over 200 modulation destinations are available.
  • Focused and streamlined user interface with custom skinning support and scaling ranging from 100% to 300%.
  • Highly tuned performance, including native support for Apple Silicon “M1” processors.
  • Over 60 built-in patches in the factory ROM.
  • No copy protection or DRM.

The synth is free to download for Windows, macOS and Linux in CLAP, AU and FL Studio native plugin formats.

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