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Wave Table

The wavetable gives access to an internal cache of waveforms available to tracker plugins.

There are four sections in the wavetable view:

The instrument list has 200 slots for sample-based instruments.

The wavelevel list contains samples in an instrument.

The wave editor allows for basic editing of samples.

The edit, envelope and slice tabs.

Working with the wavetable

The wavetable toolbar

Clear wave: Clears the currently selected instrument and all samples in it.

Save wave: Saves the first sample of the currently selected instrument as a WAV to disk.

Scale: Samples: Tells the wave editor to display the scales in samples.

Scale: Time: Tells the wave editor to display the scales in minutes and seconds.

Scale: Ticks: Tells the wave editor to display the scales in ticks, based on the global BPM/TPB.

Scale: Hex: Tells the wave editor to display the scales in hex-percent, compatible with Matilde and UnwieldyTracker's "sample offset" commands. The hex scale always goes from 0-FFFF, relative to the sample length. The last two digits can be discarded on Matilde Tracker. I.e, for the scale xxyy, Mtrk: 09/xx, and Utrk: xxyy

The instrument context menu

Right click in the context menu to show the context menu:

Properties: Opens the instrument properties.

Export And Open With External Editor: Saves the current instrument to disk and opens it with the wave editor specified under Preferences.

Re-Import: Used with the Export-feature above after editing in the external editor.

The wavelevel context menu

Right click in the context menu to show the context menu:

Properties: Opens the wavelevel properties. For setting looping points, base note, etc.

Delete: Deletes the wavelevel.

Add blank level: Adds a new blank wavelevel.