wavetable

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

wave +‎ table (from waveform)

Noun[edit]

wavetable (plural wavetables)

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  1. A collection of many single-cycle waveforms with subtly changing harmonic contents, sometimes based on a sample of a real musical instrument, used in sound synthesis.