The Wavetable editor is capable of creating audio for wavetable based synthesizers. With this software, the user can mix the values of two wavetables. The two wavetables can be customized, and the sounding can be checked during editing.
Load: Loads wav sounds into the edit interface.
Tables: 222 pieces sounds can be loaded into the edit interface.
Volume: Controls the volume of the given wavetable.
Saturation: Controls the sounding of the given wavetable.
Edit: There are 3 ways to edit Wavetable:
Invert: In this mode the table can be separated into 16 segments. By shifting the segment up and down, the user can invert the given segment's wave form.
+ -: In this mode the volume of the 16 segments can be turned up or down.
Phase shift: The second wavetable can be shifted in time.
Reset: By clicking on the knob the audio changes back to its original state.
Fade: The third graphic display shows the finished wavetable's wave form. The volume of the beginning and the end of the sound can be edited with the fade-in, fade-out function.
Normalized: Normalizes the finished sound's volume, meaning that it can't go into distorted state, but the edited sound always stays at maximum volume.
Not normalized: Custom volume, the sound can be distorted.
End point: In original state, the sample points stay at the original value, but in smooth the software optimalizes the place of the sample points.
Nearest: There's no modification of the place of the sample points.
Linear,Cubic: Averages the middle sample points' value.
Sample rate The quality for the Wavetable sound to be saved can be edited. 44.100 Hz, 48.000 Hz
Bit rate 16-bit, 24-bit.
Save Saves the edited sound. There are a few functions in wavetable editor that don't influence the tone to be saved, but allows the user to test the sounding of the audio with effects.
Unison, Reverb, Pitch: There are a few functions in wavetable editor that don't influence the tone to be saved, but allows the user to test the sounding of the audio with effects. Two of these functions are unison and reverb. Moreover, the pitch can be changed by octaves, to test the tone in higher and lower pitches as well.
File menu: Saves the momentary state of the edited sound, so that it can be loaded again later on.
MIDI in: The user has Midi Keyboard, this is where they can activate it. If the user has no such equipment, they can play the sound with the PC Keyboard. For example: the C-3 sound belongs with the letter Q.
Audio: The user can choose the sound card used for the software.
Zoom: If the monitor works on low resolution, the software will seem to be too big. 'Zoom' allows the user to change the software's size.