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Creative Uses for Dr:rex with the Reason... > Drawing in Automation - Pg. 195

Waveform 21--This waveform can be used to emulate saxophone sounds. Waveform 22--This waveform is yet another that can be used to emulate brass instruments but with a little more character. Waveform 23--This waveform is great for creating mallet percussion instruments. Waveform 24--This waveform is similar to 23, but it contains a higher set of overtones. Waveform 25--This waveform has a plectrum attack and can be used to program guitar patches. Waveform 26--This waveform is similar to 25, but it contains a higher set of overtones. Waveform 27--This waveform is similar in tone to 23 and 24, but it has a bell-like tone. Waveform 28--This waveform is similar to 27, but it contains fewer overtones. Waveform 29--This waveform has a complex harmonic structure and can be used to program organ and metallic pad patches. Waveform 30--This waveform can be used with frequency modulation and Osc 2 to create noise patches. Waveform 31--This waveform is similar to 30, but it contains fewer overtones. Waveform 32--This waveform is similar to 30, but it contains more overtones.