Definition of wavetable in English:

wavetable

noun

Computing
  • A file or memory device containing data that represents a sound such as a piece of music.

    • ‘Additional wavetables will be made available for download from their website, and custom wavetables can be created with pretty much any audio or sample editor.’
    • ‘Up to eight custom wavetables can be stored with a preset and then recalled via the OSC and LFO waveform shape pop-up menus.’
    • ‘Unlike the genuine article, the virtual version is eight-part multitimbral, with 32 wavetables available and two oscillators per voice.’

Pronunciation:

wavetable

/ˈweɪvteɪbl/