Look, Ma: No wires!
Adding R5 Automation and sequencing to Nanowave
Would have just posted a description of the idea if I hadn’t wound up doing so much tweaking and snap-saving in all three instruments here: Nanowave, including adjusted versions of my earlier posted snap banks, new patterns in the Monoliner sequencer, and new settings in the draw-your-own Automated LFO. But you could of course just do this yourself, as shown, and tweak up your own settings, saving yourself a 4Mb download; hadn’t realized Nano was so hefty!
Not only are there no wires here, all I did was insert these two new instruments into the Nanowave structure and close it. In the panel, I set the sequencer to INT MIDI/Nanowave, and chose Wave (the wave number in the set) and/or wave (the position slider) for the oscillators in the LFO’s drop-down Nanowave menu; too easy! No doubt you’ll think of other interesting connections that could be made...like adding another sequencer for the Pitch knob in Monoliner...etc.
Nonetheless, seems a good demonstration of how powerful and dramatic these effortless new wireless features of R5 can be. Nothing ground-breaking here, to be sure, but it feels to this ultra-naive user as if I just built my own new device from Reaktor Lego parts: just what I was hoping for!
Hope some others find the SOUNDS from this simple patch job as surprising, endless and apparently non-repeating (unless desired) as I have.
Note: Updated file resaved with panel on primary monitor, so it shouldn’t cause any further “where’s the panels?” problems.