ShaveWapery uses the same user interface as Wavetable Creator, but changed to the more fashionable 'dark' look, and using my standard lilac as the key color (there's now no chance of mixing the two utilities up!). You choose source waveforms from the on/off boxes at the top, set their amplitude and other parameters, and then press the 'Generate' button. The resulting waveshape appears in the box on the left and its spectrum is displayed underneath. But instead of just allowing you to export the wavetable, in ShaveWapery, it immediately becomes available as a transfer function for a waveshaper.
As always with transfer functions, starting off with a linear input/output relationship is always a good idea. In this case, a sawtooth produces a linear transfer function:
I'm currently working on improving the user interface - I'm not happy with the 'Generate' button, for instance. But this is just the first iteration.
As usual, ShaveWapery can be downloaded from MaxForLive.com .