You can create your own Wavetables using the free, cross-platform WaveEdit, now available in a custom version for the modwave. To do so:
- Download and install WaveEdit.
- Create a Wavetable using its Waveform Editor, Effect Editor, and so on. WaveEdit calls a complete Wavetable, with up to 64 individual waveforms, a "Bank."
- Once you're happy with your results in WaveEdit, use the File menu "Save Bank" command. This saves a single .wav file containing all of the waveforms.
- In modwave native, go to the Librarian page.
- In the main menu, select the "Import WAV As Wavetable" command, and import the .wav file from step (3) above.
For more important information, make sure to read the section "Importing Wavetables" in the modwave native Owner's Manual (use the Open Online Manual command in the main menu).
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