MATRIXSYNTH: Wave Junction Max For Live Synth from Sonicstate

Thursday, April 13, 2017

Wave Junction Max For Live Synth from Sonicstate

Published on Apr 13, 2017 sonicstate

"We've teamed up with Meta Function to bring you our first Max For Live Synthesizer. A four voice paraphonic synth with 2 multi=mode osc, three multi-mode filters, 5 LFOs, 5 Envs and a 12 slot modulation matix. You can buy it from us right here:

Note: Ableton Live 9.6.1 and Max4Live 7.2.2 required."

"Wave Junction is a collaboration between and coding genius Phelan Kane of Meta Function. Based on the free Mono Junction synth they released early 2017, Wave Junction is a four voice hybrid paraphonic synthesizer with 2 multi-wave oscillators, including wavetable synthesis, FM and Superwaves. It's got three multi-mode, routable filters, 5 LFOs and five envelopes, plus a 12-slot routing matrix. Within each slot up to fourteen modulation sources can be mapped to up to thirty modulation destinations.

Wave Junction is created using Ableton’s Max For Live, and runs within both OS X and Windows of Ableton’s Live software.

You can buy it directly via at
Priced at £19.95 (+ VAT where applicable).

Wave Junction Features:
Two Multi-wave Oscillators (waves) plus user Wavetables and FM.
Three Multi-Mode Filters - can be run either series or Parallel each with:
LP/HP/BP 2+4 Pole
Transistor Model 24dB
Diode model 18dB
5x syncable LFOs - yes FIVE!
5 ADSR Envelopes
12 Slot Mod Matrix with fourteen sources & thirty destinations

OSC sources - Saw/Pulse/Tri/Sine all with Super variants for detune density
Wavetables: 16 preset waves, plus user uploadable wavetables (coming soon)
Variable Ratio FM depth for each wave combine to create rich sources
Great sounding filter types: LP/HP/BP 2/4Pole, Transistor and Diode with distinct resonance character
Cohesive integration with Ableton Push

System Requirements: Ableton LIVE 9.6.1 and MAX4Live 7.2.2

Soundcloud demos

Meta Function Website"

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