This article describes a set of modules for Max/MSP for real-time sound analysis and synthesis combining various models, representations and timing paradigms. Gabor provides a unified framework for granular synthesis, PSOLA, phase vocoder, additive synthesis and other STFT techniques. Gabor’s processing scheme allows for the treatment of atomic sound particles at arbitrary rates and instants. Gabor is based on FTM, an extension of Max/MSP, introducing complex data structures such as matrices and sequences to the Max data flow programming paradigm. Most of the signal processing operators of the Gabor modules handle vector and matrix representations closely related to SDIF sound description formats.