WavesequencerPLUS

Tricking out an old miniwavestation

(3 Votes)
1 (Updated 2 years ago)
1.1MB
May 05, 2017
Reaktor 5 or lower

DESCRIPTION

Just FINALLY got my paws on a Wavestation (thanks Korg/Apple) LOVED IT!!…and went looking for something related in the UL. Found this:
https://www.native-instruments.com/en/reaktor-community/reaktor-user-library/entry/show/607/

It's not…but it's sparkly and pretty neat!

Dusted it off…and wanted to wiggle its knobs in a humanish sort of way, so I found this:
https://www.native-instruments.com/en/reaktor-community/reaktor-user-library/entry/show/4909/
LIKED IT!…lumped a bunch of them together…put the two together on a plate…Added a knife n fork, some wine and a napkin… Please join me, there's plenty! Let's briefly pause to offer thanks to the ancestors…and begin!

COMMENTS  (4)

Patrick Hargon
1 year ago
The demo is amazing--stark juxtaposition music. Love it!
David Coffin
2 years ago
And the BPM auto-switch, too, of course! Some day we'll be able to EDIT these comments…maybe in the afterlife.
David Coffin
2 years ago
Oh, and when the clock IS off, to hear the original snaps as intended, they need to have the automation switches turned off (especially Env Hold and Env R) so their targets don't have their original settings changed. My master-level snaps don't need this.
David Coffin
2 years ago
Wavesequencer doesn't need the clock to run to sound great, but the automation does to do it's thing; try it both ways!
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