20 Enigmatic Modular Devices For Ableton

Sonic Faction announces Dope Matrix MOD SQUAD - Ableton Modular Rack      28/06/17

20 Enigmatic Modular Devices For Ableton


Sonic Faction has announced Dope Matrix MOD SQUAD, which they describe as a collection of 20 enigmatic modular devices for Ableton. They tell us that the expansive pack has been completely redesigned in Max for Live and features all-new analog & digital oscillators, an emporium of boutique effects, mappable modulators and the Dope Step Sequencer for hands-on control via Push and Launchpad.

A spokesperson told us, "This monster follow up to the original Dope Matrix captures the power and flexibility of a modular synthesizer and unleashes it inside of Ableton. Mix and match devices in any order and build your own virtual racks. Layer sounds to create expressive leads and basses that come alive. Build intricate, glitchy rhythms or drone yourself into infinity. With a collection as wide-ranging as this one, the sonic possibilities are truly endless."

Dope Matrix MOD SQUAD key features:

  • Completely redesigned analog & wavetable oscillators
  • All new Lithium feedback synth and Freak Mod easy-FM randomizer
  • Over TEN boutique audio effects designed for ultra tweak ability
  • Custom modulator devices that map to any parameter in your rack
  • Step sequencer with Control Matrix for instant device navigation and tactile interaction on Push 1&2 and Launchpad Pro/Mkii


Pricing and Availability:
Dope Matrix MOD SQUAD is available now for $69
Owners of the previous version of Dope Matrix can upgrade for only $29

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