This section introduces how to convert your own wavetable created with the plug-in into a wavetable for hardware synths. (The reverse method is also available.) As an example, I will show you how to convert a wavetable for Ableton to a wavetable for WaveEdit. It can be applied to other synthesizers.
Things to prepare
Ableton Wavetable →WaveEdit
WaveEdit→ Ableon Wavetable
Start Octachainer to connect the created waveforms
Wavetable for WaveEdit is now complete.
Convert for Ableton with Audacity
Import to Ableton Wavetable
The waveform of 1024 samples can be expressed up to the 512th overtone, and 256 samples can be expressed up to the 128th overtone. The waveform converted from 1024 samples to 256 samples can only be expressed up to the 128th harmonic even if it is restored to 1024 samples again.
Check the updated contents of each sample pack here.
Additional files can be downloaded for free.