A new free M4L editor for the Dreadbox Nymphes analog polysynth

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Orfeas35 has published a new free Ableton M4L editor for the Dreadbox Nymphes analog polyphonic Synthesizer. 

At Superbooth 21, Dreadbox presented the Nymphes for the first time, an affordable, lovely 6-voice analog polysynth. One of the criticisms of the small Greek polysynth is the small, somewhat nested menu workflow.

Recently Orfeas35, a Max for Live user, released a free Nymphes editor that may be helpful here. Especially for the menu diving.

Dreadbox Nymphes M4L Editor


Nymphes is a portable Juno-style 6-voice analog polyphonic Synthesizer with a single oscillator and a sub-oscillator. You also get a 24dB lowpass filter, 6dB high-pass, two envelopes, and two LFOs.

Nymphes M4L Editor

The editor gives you full remote control over all parameters in a free M4L device for Ableton Live. It has dedicated setting slots for the oscillator, filter, envelope, LFOs, reverb, and modulation.

It is particularly useful for modulation. This way, you can program modulations more quickly and easily.


I made a sound demo in combination with the hybrid Eventide Rose analog delay.

The new M4L editor for the Dreadbox Nymphes is available now as a free download from the official website.

More information here: Max For Live 

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1 Comment

  1. this is the one i use and its the best one so far, though when saving presets its kinda messy with how files are handled [but thats on live/max] – i recommend this one though.

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