00:11 = Overview
01:34 = Top Row Bins
03:25 = Bottom Row Bins
04:18 = Square Wave Example
06:10 = Context Menu
12:49 = Creating A Custom Wavetable
All the way at the top of the Wavetable Editor is the FFT Area. FFT stands for Fast Fourier Transform and it allows us to generate and change the shape of our waveforms by drawing in harmonics and their relative phases to one another.
The draw tools provide an easy hands on way to draw our waveforms, but if we really know what we're doing, the FFT Area will allow us to take complete control of our waveform shape using a little bit of sine wave math.