Thanks for your response!
I know that XT/load and XT/osc only work with 16 bit tables. I tried with my own tables without problem, I'm using this format for other projects.
May be I wasn't clear (or messed up what I tried to say). I used other wavetable modules to make a polysynth, recently I was trying to use sss/SuperTable that uses 32 bit x 1024 samples waves, so I'm converting my wavetables to that format, but considering the limited resources of Axoloti, using tables in that format is a bit overkill for what I want to do.
Your module is pretty close to what I want (wavetable morphing with FM input and very good antialiasing), but I'm missing that stack detuning feature (like a supersaw). I tried using a chorus module in the past (a 4 voices one) and works well, but if I want to insert the chorus before the filter (to mimic the stack detune) in a poly patch the DSP consumption becomes too high.
So I was asking if it is possible for you to add that feature to the XT/osc. Sorry if I keep asking too much...
About the low frequency buzz, I didn't save the patch as I was just trying your module, but basically I added a toggle button in the disto input and a bipolar knob in the disto offset input in your example patch.
I was expecting that the output will be the wavetable distorted in some way... Now that you explained what it does it totally makes sense (it works as a waveshaper as I understand), and it is a great feature.
Thanks for this module!!!