This video will give you some ideas of the musical ideas you can create with WaveDrag. This particular version uses two channels, controlled by Wiimotes instead of the mouse and keyboard, and it’s meant to be one part in a 4-piece ensemble, so it’s a bit fuller than you’ll be able to achieve at a times and too sparse at other times, but you might still find some licks you can borrow for your assignment—I’m using one of the same sounds you are!
Here’s the demo patch I built in class (or something like it), in case you’d like a closer look.
Jeff Morris, Sonata for Solenoids
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