Virtual Modular Synth For Ableton Live

US Sonic Faction's Dope Matrix combines famous analog oscillators with custom made effects modules      11/02/14

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Sonic Faction tells us that Dope Matrix brings the modular experience into a digital world by combining famous analog oscillators with custom made effects modules.

A spokesperson told us, "Create your own patches to explore vast new dimensions of sound and design evolving textures for experimental sonic science. The instrument also includes a new Max for Live step sequencer that features a realtime matrix for hands-on control of your patch. Instantly access any oscillator or effects parameter with a touch of a button. Dope Matrix allows you to intuitively interface with your sounds like never before."


Features:

  • Virtual Modular Synthesizer for Live 9.
  • 4 famous analog oscillators: A-110, Plan B, Cwejman & Piston Honda.
  • 12 custom Effects Modules - vast new dimensions of sound.
  • Design evolving textures for experimental sonic science.
  • 100+ Presets included, optimized for Live's browser.
  • Includes Max for Live Step Sequencer that features a realtime control Matrix for hands on control of your patch.


MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS:

  • Ableton Live 9.1 Only (Mac & Windows)
  • Max for Live 6.1.5 (for step sequencer use only)

 

Pricing and Availability:

$40

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