What’s New

G-Stomper Rhythm 5.5.4 Release Notes:
  • Optimized letterbox navigator for 1:1.41 (root 2) screen aspect ratios (e.g. Pixel C)
  • Enabled Sustained Performance Mode for devices running Android N and higher
  • Optimizations for Android O devices:
    - Replaced deprecated AAudio API calls (special thanks to Phil for the hint)
    - Implemented notification channels
  • Minor bug fix in the MIDI OUT integration
  • Minor bug fixes in the sequencer core
  • Many minor UI bugs fixed
  • Updated Privacy Policy
G-Stomper Rhythm Release Notes:
  • Various minor bug fixes
G-Stomper Rhythm 5.5.3 Release Notes:
  • New Audio System (AAudio) for Android O devices. AAudio is a new low latency audio API that is part of the upcoming Android O (8.0)
  • Various rare crash bugs fixed (special thanks to Google for the improved crash reports)
G-Stomper Rhythm 5.5.2 Release Notes:
  • The app is now ready for Android O (8.0)
  • Many rare crash bugs fixed (special thanks to Google for the improved crash reports)
G-Stomper Rhythm 5.5.1 Release Notes:
  • Background changes + updated Privacy Policy to comply with the latest Google Play Developer Policy updates
G-Stomper Rhythm 5.5 Release Notes:
  • Integrated Ableton Link for beat, phase and tempo synchronization over a wireless LAN (long press PLAY, then ‘Enable Ableton Link’, or likewise ‘Main Screen / SETUP / SEQ / Ableton Link’)
  • New FX type: ‘Stereo Tool’ that allows MID/SIDE Processing and much more (check the DYN tab in the FX selector)
  • New Bypass switch for the Parametric 3-Band EQs
  • Increased the tempo range from 30..300bpm to 20..999bpm
  • Changed the Tempo sliders to act exponential (rather than linear) to make it easier to select the most common tempo values
  • Reduced the memory usage of the FX Units
  • Improved Latency Compensation
  • The OpenSL Audio System is no longer experimental
  • Many minor bug fixes and improvements
  • Updated User Manual
G-Stomper Rhythm Release Notes:
  • Optimized letter-boxing in both directions to support new screen aspect ratios
  • New Quick Navigator bar (landscape only) on devices that provide enough empty space due to their screen aspect ratio (e.g. 4:3, 18:9)
  • The Link Edit/Play Pos setting now keep its value when restarting the app
  • Various minor bugs fixed
  • Updated User Manual
G-Stomper Rhythm Release Notes:
  • Added independent control of Pitch & Speed to the Drum Samplers
  • Added Pitch Shift & Time Compress/Expand to the Audio Editor processing
  • Replaced the existing Pitch Shifter FX with two new, completely re-written Pitch Shifters
  • Added a Moog 24dB HP Filter to the FX types
  • Renamed X-Delay to LFO X-Delay for better transparency
  • New re-designed FX Selector (organized by FX category)
  • Various improvements & minor bug fixes
  • Updated User Manual
G-Stomper Rhythm 5.4.1 Release Notes:
  • Several changes in the SoundCloud upload mechanism due to a new SoundCloud API revision
  • Minor changes in the settings dialog
  • Various minor UI bugs fixed
G-Stomper Rhythm Release Notes:
  • Added a confirmation dialog when closing the Audio Editor while a recording is running
  • Various minor improvements in the audio core
  • Various minor bugs fixed
G-Stomper Rhythm Release Notes:
  • Fine tuning and improvements in the App Settings
  • Various minor bugs fixed
G-Stomper Rhythm Release Notes:
  • Fixed several bugs on Android 3.x devices
  • With respect to your privacy:
    - You can now opt out of any notification messages in the settings
    - Furthermore we’ve added a ‘turn off’ button to all upcoming messages (so if you don’t like getting informed about exclusive offers, hit that button and never see a message again)
G-Stomper Rhythm Release Notes:
  • New Graphical Audio Editor/(Mic-)Recorder (located in the long press RECORD menu as well as in the long press T[..] menus)
  • New Low Latency Audio System for devices running on Android N (7.0) or higher
  • Raised the latency limit for silent recording from 40ms to 60ms
  • Fine tuning of the device specific default settings
  • Various improvements and bug fixes
  • Updated User Manual
G-Stomper Rhythm Release Notes:
  • New Audio Session Recorder to record your live sessions as .wav while tweaking the machines (long press RECORD to start, long press STOP to stop)
  • New LOCK MONO switch on the Mixer, FX and Master view to be able to temporary work on the mix in mono (bypasses all pannings and Stereo affecting FX parts)
  • New setting in the MIDI setup to transpose incoming MIDI Notes by -6..+6 semitones
  • New MIDI IN/OUT indicator at the left side of the play/stop/record block (only visible if midi transmissions occur)
  • New Multi-Mute switch on the Mixer view (as known from FX + Master)
  • New BPM indicator on the play button
  • Extended the Drum Sampler Roll feature to 5x, 6x, 7x, 8x (very special thanks to Christof for the input)
  • New ‘Auto-Rearrange Sequence’ feature when changing the Time Signature (select the new Time Signature with long press)
  • Improved MIDI OUT timing stability
  • Various bugfixes in the MIDI handling
  • Bugfix: Fader tooltips now show the correct value when step editing an automation sequence while the sequencer is running (very special thanks to Peter for the bug report)
  • Many minor UI bugfixes
  • Updated User Manual
G-Stomper Rhythm Release Notes:
  • Fixed several performance issues for devices running on Android 7.0 (very special thanks to Christof for reporting the problems)
G-Stomper Rhythm Release Notes:
  • Beginners tutorial added for new users
G-Stomper Rhythm Release Notes:
  • New Android M MIDI support for devices running on Android 6.0 or higher, including…
    - MIDI over USB (host + peripheral)
    - MIDI over Bluetooth LE (host)
    (BLE devices must be paired in the Android Bluetooth settings before you can use them in G-Stomper)
    The old MIDI driver remains as a fallback for devices running on older Android versions and for NON-class-compliant MIDI hardware.
  • Virtual IN/OUT Interfaces in the MIDI settings have been renamed to Virtual IN/OUT Ports
  • New Auto Preview switch on the Drum Sampler Display (long press ‘LOCK FOLDER’ to toggle ON/OFF)
  • The Drum Sampler Accent amount now goes from “-100 to +100″ (values < 0 = Descent, values > 0 = Accent)
  • The trigger steps on the Main Drum Machine and on the Sampler Track Grid are now visible in Accent mode
  • New ‘Chain Trig~Accent’ mode to edit trigger- and accent steps by multiple clicks without switching to Accent mode(long press ACCENT to toggle ON/OFF)
  • New ‘Note Edit Silent’ mode on the main drum machine to set the note silently without triggering the sound (long press NOTE EDIT to toggle ON/OFF)
  • Prepared the app to run on Chromebooks
  • Various bug fixes
  • Updated User Manual
G-Stomper Rhythm Release Notes:
  • Added progress bars for load/save operations on various file types
  • Several issues fixed in the persistency handling (file browser, loader, etc.)
  • Minor bugfixes in the factory sounds
  • Bugfixes in the unsaved changes tracker
  • Bugfixes in the sample pool
G-Stomper Rhythm 5.2 Release Notes:
  • New mechanism to keep track of unsaved changes (blue/red indicator below the record button)
  • New warnings in various situations to notify you before wiping/overwriting unsaved changes (special thanks to Tonedef)
  • New ‘Generate Automation’ (by waveforms) feature for all automatable faders (located in the automation menus along with clear/init/auto-complete)
  • New ‘Randomize Automation’ feature for all automatable faders (located in the automation menus along with clear/init/auto-complete)
  • New: Sine Waveform added to all LFOs
  • New experimental support for multiple concurrent USB MIDI devices (special thanks to Dag)
  • Fixed the timing inaccuracy in the Drum Sampler Roll feature (special thanks to Christof)
  • Ins FX Solo now refreshes correctly on pattern load
  • Improved UI performance
  • Several rare crash bugs fixed
  • Updated User Manual
G-Stomper Rhythm Release Notes:
  • Fully prepared the app to run on Android N
  • Added a new internal latency level (ultra low) for high powered devices (CPU Level 9 or higher)
  • Added a ‘Privacy Policy’ in the help section
  • Added the ability to ‘Invite Friends’ in the share and help section
  • Added a workaround for the Lenovo A7000 graphics driver bug on Android 6.x
  • Fixed a rare crash bug in the Automation recording
  • Fixed a problem in the Preset Reader
G-Stomper Rhythm Release Notes:
  • Mixer, Channel EQ + Insert FX get now properly refreshed when loading Sound Sets
  • Added a workaround for the Adreno 420 graphics driver bug on the Note 4 running Android 6.x
  • Several rare crash bugs fixed
G-Stomper Rhythm Release Notes:
  • Added a workaround to get rid of the audio glitches on the Motorola Nexus 6 after not-touching the screen for a couple of seconds (while using OpenSL low latency audio output)
  • Minor changes in the factory samples
G-Stomper Rhythm 5.1.2 Release Notes:
  • Added a ‘Single X-Delay’ to the FX List (Similar to X-Delay but with a Dry/Wet Mix instead of an LFO)
  • New independent Sample Panorama in the Sample/Track Settings (Main Drum Machine), which is no longer linked to the Mixer Channel Panorama
  • New Metronome Sound and setting to adjust its Volume (SETUP / SEQ / Metronome Volume)
  • Attached all Modulators over to the regular accuracy setting (no more exceptions)
  • Bugfix: The R-Arp/Stutter does no longer hang when changing the mode while activated
  • Overall clean up of the setup dialog
  • Updated User Manual
G-Stomper Rhythm 5.1.1 Release Notes:
  • New Dual X-Delay Effect with independent Delay Time for each Stereo channel
  • Stereo Delay + Stereo Delay II have been consolidated to one Effect
  • All Delay Effects are now available in the Channel Insert FX Units
  • Optimized the memory consumption of the FX Units
  • Better memory handling for low powered devices
  • Updated User Manual
G-Stomper Rhythm Release Notes:
  • Urgent Hot Fix in the Track Copy Framwork (special thanks to Mattias for reporting the bug)
G-Stomper Rhythm Release Notes:
  • Insert Effects per track: Each mixer channel got 2 dedicated insert FX slots
  • Removed the vocoders from the Sum FX in the Master section (these were listed there by accident)
  • Bugfix: The progress bar now stays active when the app goes to background while exporting
  • Fixed the sizing of the tooltips in popup windows
  • Several improvements for smoother UI animation
  • Updated User Manual
G-Stomper Rhythm 5.0.5 Release Notes:
  • Fixed a bug in the progress dialogs which allowed unwanted touch interaction with the background while loading or saving
  • Fixed a rare crash bug in the main FX audio processing
  • Several minor UI bugs fixed
G-Stomper Rhythm 5.0.4 Release Notes:
  • Added full user sample support (Main Menu / LOAD / User Sample)
  • All Drum Sampler & FX LFO waveforms are now invertible (long press the waveform selector to toggle ON/OFF)
  • Added a workaround for the Lenovo K3 Note graphics driver bug in latest Lenovo Android 6.0 update
  • Fixed a bug in the persistency handling which crashed the app in the case when the storage is temporary unavailable
  • Several minor bug fixes
  • Updated User Manual
G-Stomper Rhythm 5.0.3 Release Notes:
  • 4 new Effect types: Overdrive, Overdrive II, Saturation, Granulator
  • Fixed 2 rare crash bugs (special thanks for the reports)
  • Several minor bug fixes
G-Stomper Rhythm 5.0.2 Release Notes:
  • Fixed a layout issue in the system info view
  • Prevented the app from crashing (due to a bug in the Samsung Android 5.1.1 update) when connecting USB MIDI hardware on certain Samsung devices running on Android 5.1.1
G-Stomper Rhythm 5.0.1 Release Notes:
  • Fine tuned the default settings for low powered devices
G-Stomper Rhythm 5.0 Release Notes:


  • Fixed a memory leak in the Sample Pool
  • Fixed various minor bugs in the sample loader + persistency handling
  • Fixed a bug in the wav reader which prevented some rare bastardized header formats from working
  • Improved Sampler performance


  • Fixed a bug in the MIDI driver for MIDI interfaces with multiple interfaces pointing to the same usb endpoint
  • Fixed a crash bug in the MIDI device connector which forced the app to close in some rare situations (special thanks to Jesse for the report)
  • Fixed a bug in the RPN/NRPN input listener which prevented RPN/NRPN messages from working with multiple virtual interfaces


  • Memory Optimization for low powered devices
  • Improved FX Performance
  • New High Performance Stereo Filters
  • 56 new class-A Stereo Samples + 3 ready-to-use Sound Sets provided by Function Loops
  • 4 Vocal Samples and 1 Guitar Sample had to be removed from the Factory Sounds (sorry for that)
  • Fixed a Google Play Services incompatibility issue


  • Simplified Content Selection in the Data Copy Framework (boxed content selection)
  • Fixed a bug which forced the menu tabs to be in white color on some devices
G-Stomper Rhythm 4.5 Release Notes:


  • New Sample Info Display including a new Quick Sample Selector to simplify the browsing and loading of Samples (press DISP in the Sample / Track Settings section to show up)


  • New due to many user requests: You can now optionally buy a G-Stomper Rhythm Premium Key to remove the Advertisements.
  • Several minor bug fixes

User Manual:

G-Stomper Rhythm 4.4.1 Release Notes:


  • Fixed a bug in the File Browser which forced the browser to jump back to the root folder in some situations
  • Fixed a bug in the Recent Folder module which resulted in an incorrect sorting of the recent folder lists
  • Fixed a bug in the File Browser which resulted in an incorrect sorting of the Factory Sound Sets


  • Fine tuning in the Vocoder internal amplifier levels


  • New Auto-Save/Restore feature which temporary saves (and later restores) your work when G-Stomper goes to the background, e.g. when pressing the home button or when getting a phone call during a jam session
  • New Auto-Save & Exit option when leaving the app
  • Fixed a bug which prevented the loading of the custom initial pattern in embedded format


  • 2 Vocal Samples had to be removed from the Vocals section of the Factory Sounds (sorry for that)

User Manual:

G-Stomper Rhythm 4.4 Release Notes:


  • New MIDI export for Patterns (Main Menu / EXP / Pattern as MIDI)
    Generally only Tracks with audible content are included in a MIDI Export. In other words, muted Tracks and Tracks without a main Sequence will be excluded.
    Automations are only exported, if the automated parameter is mapped to a MIDI CC in the MIDI Setup.
  • Bugfix: Continuously incoming NoteON/OFF messages of the same note are now handled correctly


  • The sample loader allows now to browse (and load from) the list samples which are used in the current project
  • Fixed a bug in the sampler automation menu (LFO params do now show up properly)
  • Fixed a bug in the sampler backend, which caused some sounds not be played in some very rare situations (very special thanks to Peter and Jan for their report and help)


  • 7 New FX types:
    Transient Shaper
    Compressor/Limiter II
    Vocoder A (8-Band)
    Vocoder B (8-Band)
    Vocoder C (8-Band)
    Vocoder D (8-Band)
    All new FX types are side-chainable, which means they have 2 inputs (in the regular FX chain).
    In case of the Vocoders, the normal input 1 is the Modulator (voice) signal, while the input 2 is the Carrier (synth) signal.
    If you don’t send a Carrier (Synth) signal to input 2 of a Vocoder, then an internal Carrier is generated (static at note C2).
  • Overall Compressor/Limiter algorithms improved
  • Fixed a bug in the LFOs which prevented the LFOs from being properly reset in some rare situations (very special thanks to Peter and Jan for their report and help)

Audio & Audio related:

  • More control over the internal audio latency (see Setup/AUD/Internal Latency)
  • Lower latency for devices with OpenSL support


  • Automatic file backup (in form of a …_BAK file) whenever you save a Pattern (see Setup / GEN / Automatic file Backup)
  • New embedded file format for Patterns. All G-Stomper files that contain references to audio samples do now embed the samples by default.
    This means you can share your patterns with other users, even if they don’t have the used samples.
    If you prefer the old linked file format (which is slightly faster and also of smaller file size) you can switch the default file format to ‘linked’ in the G-Stomper Setup (see Setup / GEN / Default File format).
    The embedded file types all end with a ‘e’ in the file extension (e.g. Pattern = .gspe).
    Which files are embedded types and which are in the old style is indicated in the G-Stomper filebrowser by an ‘E’ on the file icon.


  • Added full support for Android M (6.0), including the new Android M Permission model
  • Devices with the Adreno 420 GPU (e.g. Nexus 6) will be back on full speed with Android M (Google fixed the driver Bug in the latest M release)
  • Added a new ECO mode in the graphics cache for devices with ultra high screen resolutions and low memory specs (e.g. Kindle Tablets)

User Manual:

G-Stomper Rhythm 4.3.2 Release Notes:
  • Added Mute Groups to the drum samplers (see Track Menu: long press T[..] to show up)
G-Stomper Rhythm 4.3.1 Release Notes:
  • Minor bug fixes
G-Stomper Rhythm 4.3 Release Notes:


  • Full round-trip MIDI (IN/OUT) integration: Hook up MIDI capable Samplers and Synthesizers, send MIDI feedback to your MIDI feedback capable MIDI Controller (e.g. such with flashing Pads like the AKAI MPK225, with Motor Faders or with LED based Knobs or Faders)
  • Added support for Virtual MIDI Interfaces to address more than 16 channels
  • Added MIDI channel (+Virtual MIDI Interface) learn capability
  • New switch to set a Track as “MIDI Instrument” (internal Sound OFF)
  • Full MIDI Clock Sync integration (IN/OUT)
  • Latency compensated start over MIDI (IN/OUT)
  • Latency compensated MIDI transmission (OUT)
  • The Connected MIDI device is now shown in the setup dialog
  • Velocity-Sensitive MIDI Recording of the Drum Samplers
  • Fixed a bug in the MIDI device attachment routine (re-connection device name problem)
  • Fixed a bug in the MIDI device connector which made some MIDI interfaces to fail, e.g. AKAI MPK mini (very special thanks to AndreasH, JasonT and Rej for their reports and help to fix this bug)


  • Improved Automation recording when recording over existing Automations

Audio & Audio related:

  • VU-meters integrated (each Mixer Channel + EQ, each FX in/out, each sumFX in/out, Master in/out + EX, Main Out)
  • New “Stop All Sounds” (overall panic) function on the Stop Button
  • Fixed a bug in the Waveshaper effect which occurred when the input signal was close to silence

File Manager:

  • Confirm Name with enter key on the virtual keyboard
  • Proper error message for the case when the device storage is full
  • Allowed accented characters for file names
  • Audio Export is now possible to every location, also to additional SD cards
  • Automatically step into new created folders
  • Sample browser now highlights Samples which are used in the current pattern
  • Increased the max file name length to 50

General UI:

  • New Fader/XY-Pad Sticky Mode (long press ‘fine tune’ to enable)
  • New Ultra Bright Outdoor color scheme (Setup / Color Scheme)
  • Tooltips for Track labels with too long names (tap the track label to show up)
  • Fixed the popup animation of the Parametric EQ


  • Added standard share ability for exported audio files
  • Many tweaks and bug fixes

User Manual:

G-Stomper Rhythm 4.2 Release Notes:


  • Full MIDI-IN support (Sampler, FX, Master, T&M, Sequencer)
  • Full MIDI learn functionality: CC and Key Mappings (be sure to check out Setup > MIDI)
  • Added MIDI Start/Sync Latency compensation

Timing & Measure:

  • Improved Tempo/BPM controls (touch the green display to change the slider/button division)


  • Renamed the Vibrato Effect in the FX section to Tremolo (that’s what it actually is)


  • New tabbed Menu structure in the setup dialog
  • Overall improved UI Performance
  • Visual feedback for the Drum Pads when played over MIDI


  • Optimizations for devices with low memory limitations
  • Adreno 420 graphics chip/Android 5+ crash bug fixed
  • Several bug fixes in the sequencer handling

User Manual:

G-Stomper Rhythm 4.1.3 Release Notes:
  • Showing the proper MIDI device brand/model (when connected) on Android 3.2 or higher
  • Integrated Auto Reverse Orientation to turn Upside Down automatically using the gravity sensors (can be turned off in the setup dialog)
  • Fixed a crash bug which occurs on several devices running Android 5.1 (very special thanks to Riccardo and Steven for their reports)
G-Stomper Rhythm 4.1.2 Release Notes:
  • File types properly associated (to be able to load from file system + mail attachments)
    Simply click the G-Stomper files directly in your favorite file manager as well as in mail attachments to load them.
  • Fixed a backward compatibility issue with old file formats from v1.x
  • Several minor bugfixes
  • G-Stomper Rhythm 4.1.1 Release Notes:
    • Minor bugfix in the initialization process
    • Integration of Google Analytics
      (Please check the Privacy Policy for details)
    G-Stomper Rhythm 4.1 Release Notes:

    New overall menu structure:

    • Consolidated main menu on all screens
    • New Track, Automation, View and Track Mode Menus
    • Sample Browser: AutoPreview setting is now persistent
    • New quick access to the Mixer on all sequencer and sampler views
    • Bugfix: Filebrowser folder path and recent folders are now shortened and shown with dots in the middle if too long
    • Bugfix: Filebrowser create folder checks now if directory exists already

    Audio Engine:

    • New LFO for the samplers on the main screen
    • Introduced low latency support for all 1.4ghz+ Quad-Core devices running on Android 4.2 or higher (Setup dialog / Audio / Audio System / set to OpenSL)
    • Enabled the realtime playback while live recording for all devices with an audio latency of 40ms or lower.
    • Added manual Latency compensation to the audio section of the setup dialog
    • Added 64bit cpu detection


    • Improved Rhythm Arpeggio (more styles)
    • New Stutter effect for the Rhythm Arp (special thanks to Riccardo and Eric for their help)
    • Bugfix: Minor timing inaccuracy fixed (special thanks to Jan for reporting this problem)

    Audio Export:

    • Multi Track selection for Sum and Track separated export
    • Muted tracks and tracks without any sequence are now automatically excluded when exporting Patterns

    Copy Framework:

    • Copy Individual Bars/Positions is now integrated in the regular Copy framework (Copy Track Content)
    • Copy/Paste: Paste now with short and long click
    • Bugfix: Auto-Clone Bars Mode, minor bug fixed in copy algorithm

    General UI:

    • Timing & Measure BPM button handling switched: new >> short click +/- 1, long click +/- 0.1
    • Timing & Measure labels changed: ‘Last Step’ to ‘Steps per Bar’, ‘length’ to ‘Leng in Bars’
    • Bugfix: Landscape Mode, Lock/Unlock orientation bug fixed, G-Stomper now returns to the correct screen after unlocking the device
    • Bugfix: Track texts are now shortened and shown with dots in the middle if too long
    • Bugfix: Tooltips positioning fixed in landscape mode when letterbox is enabled
    • Bugfix: EQ size fixed in portrait mode when letterbox is enabled

    User Manual:

    Huge thanks to all the beta testers, your help is really appreciated.

    G-Stomper Rhythm 4.0.4 Release Notes:
    • Minimum Tempo lowered to 30bpm
    G-Stomper Rhythm 4.0.3 Release Notes:
    • Improved timing for Live(Tap) Recording
    • NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet Android 5 crash bug fixed
      Fixes the NVIDIA SHIELD Android 5 bug which caused a crash on the main screen right after the sequencer start.
    • Minor UI Bugfixes

    Very special thanks to Scott for reporting the NVIDIA SHIELD bug

    G-Stomper Rhythm 4.0.2 Release Notes:
    • Letterbox for devices with exotic screen proportions (e.g. Nexus 9 with 4:3)
    • Accurate CPU detection (required for optimal initial settings)
      Adjustments for high powered Dual-Core Devices.
    • Experimental Low-Latency Audio System for high powered devices with low-latency support running on Android 4.4 and higher, e.g. Nexus 5/7/9.
      (appears in “Setup / Audio” if available)
    G-Stomper Rhythm 4.0.1 Release Notes:
    • Android 5.0 compatibility upgrade
      Fixes the UI performance issue when using the Portrait Mode on Android 5.0
      Several minor UI bug fixes for Android 5.0
    G-Stomper Rhythm 4.0 Release Notes:
    • New redesigned Graphical User Interface
      Complete new graphical design.
      Zillions of UI optimizations and bug fixes.
    • New overall file handling
      All File Dialogs have been replaced by a new File Browser, which allows you to organize all your user files in folder structures.
    • New custom initial Pattern
      Save you own init pattern to be used in every case when a new initial pattern is created.
      Simply save your desired init pattern with the name ‘-init-’.
    • New optimized Export Process + Post Processing
      Generally the Export Process has been re-organized.
      Furthermore you get a new ‘Post Processing’ option in the Export Format Dialog, where you can choose Normalize the exported audio to -0dB (max volume).
    • Optimization in the Mixer logic
      The mixer channel volumes have been separated from the Sampler internal Levels.
      So if you now automate the Level on a Sampler Track, you can still change its overall volume using the mixer channel.
      Furthermore the mixer channels got new internal amplifier modules.
      Logically, the Sampler internal Level is applied on each triggered sound separately at the very first moment when the sound is generated
      while the Mixer Channel Volume is applied to Sampler internal Mixdown right before it gets routed to the FX chain.
    • New Mixer Volume Link Mode (Mixer view)
      We all know this situation when you want to make a particular track louder, but it is at max volume already.
      The only ‘proper’ way to achieve this is to lower all other channel volumes, which usually results in messing the mix up.
      Not any longer… , you can now link the mixer channel volumes to raise or lower all channels at once while keeping the relation of volumes between the channels (long press the ‘VOL’ button to enable/disable).
      When enabled, you can move any Volume Fader you want and all others follow while keeping the mix intact.
      Try it, you’ll definitely love that feature.
    • Improved Roll feature (main Drum Machine)
      You can now enable the Roll feature to be ‘Accent Aware’ (long press the ‘ROLL’ button to enable/disable).
      When enabled, the Roll uses the regular Accent amount to adjust the Loudness of the particular Roll Triggers.
      The first Roll trigger is at max volume (accentuated) while the last Roll trigger is at the min (most reduced) volume.
      All Roll triggers in between (in case of Roll 3x/4x) are calculated to transit smoothly from max to min accentuation.
      The Accent amount can be set as usual with the Accent Fader (in accent mode on the main Drum Machine).
    • Improved Fill-in algorithm (main Drum Machine)
      The Fill-in feature manipulates now Triggers and Accents (accents are only audible if an accent amount is set), while keeping the groove intact (e.g. it never places 2 accents in sequence).
      This makes the generated Fill-ins to sound much more natural, be sure to give it a try.
      The Accent amount can be set as usual with the Accent Fader (in accent mode on the main Drum Machine).
    • Updated Documentation

    Very special thanks to:
    JYNXY for creating 3 brilliant tracks for the Promo Videos
    Ron for the flood of ideas, including Fill-In algorithm, Roll internal Accent, Export Normalization, Mixer Improvement, and more..
    The guys from Voger Design for creating and realizing a mindblowing graphical concept
    Damien for his help with the OpenSL integration
    All members of the G-Stomper BETA Community for their help during the beta tests

    G-Stomper Rhythm 3.3.2 Release Notes:
    • New User Manual (online + PDF): Click Help / Documentation
      Please notice that not all Chapters are finished yet, the unfinished Chapters will follow soon.
    • Pattern Audio Export supports now multiple Loop Cycles
      You can now select the number of cycles you want to export from a particluar Pattern.
    • Multiple Parameter selections for Clear/Init/Auto-Complete Automation
      You’re now able to select multiple Parameters at once when you Clear, Init, or Auto-Complete Automations.
    • Improved Auto-Clone Bars functionality: Step-Edit
      Parameter Changes in Step Edit Mode get now cloned when Auto-Clone Bars is enabled
    • New Buttons to turn the Fine Tune Mode ON/OFF
      (FX Edit, Master Edit, Mixer)
    • New Step Edit Auto-Init Steps Mode (long press Step Edit = ON/OFF)
      Since the fine tune got its own buttons in this release, the step edit buttons got the long click freed for a new useful feature, the Step Edit Auto-Init Steps Mode.
      Simply long click the Step Edit Buttons to turn it ON/OFF.What does the Auto-Init Steps Mode:
      In Step Edit – Normal Mode, if you create a single Automation event (set a Parameter value at a particular Step), then the Parameter gets set at this Step and it keeps its value until some later Step sets a new value. The Parameter actually keeps the value, because there’s no other Event in the Sequence, which sets another value.
      Depending on what you want to achieve, this behaviour might be essential, e.g. if you want to set Key Steps for the Auto-Complete Parameter Automation feature.

      In Step Edit – Normal Mode (if Auto-Init Steps is OFF), if you create a single Automation event (set a Parameter value at a particular Step), then the Parameter gets set at this Step and it keeps its value until some later Step sets a new value. The Parameter actually keeps the value, because there’s no other Event in the Sequence, which sets another value.
      Depending on what you want to achieve, this behaviour might be essential, e.g. if you want to set Key Steps for the Auto-Complete Parameter Automation feature.

      In other situations it might be better to initialize all Steps with the base value of a particular Parameter first, e.g. if you want to keep a Parameter value over the complete Pattern length and you only want to change it on a particular Step.
      In previous versions, the only way to achieve this was to explicitly initialize the Automation for a particular Parameter.

      With the latest version, you don’t have manually initialize anymore.
      With Auto-Init Steps Mode turned ON, if you create a single Automation event (set a Parameter value at a particular Step), then the Automation Sequence of the Parameter gets automatically initialized before the Step values gets set.

      1. Start with a fresh Pattern
      2. Select Track T01
      3. Set the Volume fader to 100
      4. Short click the Step Edit Button to turn the Step Edit Mode ON
      5. Then long click the Step Edit button to turn the Auto-Init Steps Mode ON as well
      6. Select Step 09 using the Step Buttons
      7. On Step 09, set the Volume fader to 0(zero).
      8. Now short click the Step Edit Button to turn the Step Edit Mode OFF
      9. Press Play and watch the Volume fader

      For more details about the Auto-Init Steps mode, click Help / Documentation / 12 Parameter Automation / Step Edit Automations

    • A Sampler Track gets now selected after successfully loading a sample
    • Minor UI Label Changes
    • Brought the version number in sync with G-Stomper Studio

    Very special thanks to:
    Ron for great bunch of excellent ideas, including the Auto-Clone feature and all its improvements.
    Jan for suggesting the multiple Parameter selections for Clear/Init/Auto-Complete Automation

    G-Stomper Rhythm 1.3.1 Release Notes:
    • Fixed a crash bug which rarely occurred when loading samples into memory
    G-Stomper Rhythm 1.3 Release Notes:
    • Completely re-arranged and more intuitive Layout for all screens
      Everything has been moved to the right place and properly resized.
      Non-self explaining controls have been properly labeled.
    • New additional flat design (Selectable in the ‘Setup dialog / Layout / Theme’)
      This release comes with a new additional flat design, which can be selected if form of a ‘Theme’ in the Layout section of the Setup dialog.
      Be sure to check the new flat design out, it gives the complete app a new different look.
    • Active Track Labels on all related screens
      New active labels which indicate if a particular track is open or closed
    • Pattern Name Labels for all Pattern Slots on the Pattern Set
    • Dynamic colorization for multi functional faders
      When switching the FX parameters from p1+2 to p3+4 for example, then the fader bars get colorized depending on their function (1st function = blue, 2nd function = red).
      If p1+2 is activ, then you control the blue bars + the fader thumb has a blue color mark
      If p3+4 is active, then you control the red bars + the fader thumb has a red color mark
      As a matter of course, the X-Y pads got the same behavior. 1st function controls the blue cross, 2nd function controls the red cross.
    • Standardized Label notation
      All Labels have been changed to normal (non-italic) uppercase letters.
    • Overall 20-30% better UI performance
      The new User Interface uses less memory as well as less cpu, so you get 20-30% more head room for audio processing.
    • Many UI bugs fixed

    Very special thanks to Jan for his reports.

    G-Stomper Rhythm 1.2.2 Release Notes:
    • Simplification of the main Step Sequencer (main view).
      The half tone indicators have been removed from the normal step sequencing mode. Now the indicators are shown only if note edit is enabled.
    • New setting to change the overall fader + XY-Pad behavior to “relative”.
      With this setting enabled, the faders and XY-Pads work in a relative mode, which means wherever you touch the control, all moments start relative to the touch position (the absolute position is not set on touch).
    • New XY-Pads for Filter, EFX and Master EFX (tap the new X-Y switch above the EFX and filter to enable)
    • Overall Graphics improvement (technical preparation for the upcoming re-design). The tuned graphics are much more accurate and use less memory.
    • The Mod Active switches have been removed from the screens. These switches came from the time of the single core devices and are no longer required.
    • New Pattern menu on Efx, Master and Timing & Measure (+ the long press quick pattern set navigator as on all pattern menus)

    Very special thanks to Jan for his help during the beta tests.

    G-Stomper Rhythm 1.2.1 Release Notes:
    • High quality parametric (3-band) Equalizer in the master section to finalize the mix
    • Position Controls: New bidirectional chain mode for the bar/position: Edit Pos <> Play Pos (long press “loop” to enable/disable)
    • ‘Pattern Config’ was renamed to ‘Timing & Measure’
    • Timing & Measure: New Tempo controls for manual beat matching with turntables or other DJ equipment
    • Fixed a clipping bug in the Equalizers

    Very special thanks to Josh, Jan and Eric for their suggestions.

    G-Stomper Rhythm 1.2 Release Notes:


    • Auto-Clone Bars: Auto-Clone new created Triggers and Notes to all bars (long press the position LEDs to enable/disable).
    • Step Shift: Full Bar Shift (long press)
    • Enabled automation recording via MIDI (for now it’s just ModWheel and PitchBend, more will follow soon, this is part of the preparations for full MIDI support)


    • High quality parametric (3-band) Equalizers for all Mixer Channels (per Band on/off switch, low and high band can be switched between shelf and peak)

    Drum Pads:

    • New R-Arp (Rhythm Arpeggio) fader (as known from the main Drum Machine view)

    Copy Framework:

    • Copy Track Content: Sample and Sample Parameters can now be copied separately
    • Clear Track Content: selective content support (like Copy Track Content)
    • Minor bugfixes in the data copy framework


    • New Setting which allows to change the position of the Main view in Portrait Mode
    • Fixed a bug which made the nav bar sticky in immersive mode in some rare situations
    • Alert icon for the Clear and Delete Dialogs
    • Overall dialog sizes fine tuning
    • Minor bugfixes in the UI
    • Minor bugfixes in the Audio Core
    G-Stomper Rhythm 1.1.2 Release Notes:
    • Added circular navigation on the position controls (special thanks to sebasaturn for the hint)
    • Several minor bugfixes in the UI
    • Memory optimizaton for low powered devices
    G-Stomper Rhythm 1.1.1 Release Notes:
    • New Play mode for the Track Pads on the EFX and Master view for easier efx tuning (special thanks to Donald for the hint)
    • Fixed a bug which occasionally made the filters to collapse when using the lowest sample rate (special thanks to Jan for reporting the bug)
    • Fixed minor bugs in the settings dialog
    • Added a hidden switch to override the automatic selection of the graphics resolution (feel free to ask, if you need it)
    G-Stomper Rhythm 1.1 Release Notes:

    New features:

    • New Bar Position indicator: left side of LED bars
    • New Track Copy framework: Selective Track Content (Sound, main Sequence, Param. Automation)
    • New Auto Fade-In/Fade-Out feature for Track- and Master Volume
    • Added a 2nd sum EFX at the master section

    UI improvments:

    • Enabled the new immersive full screen mode for Android 4.4 devices
    • New theme for all dialogs and menus
    • New iconic buttons
    • New LED graphics


    • Minor Bugfixes in the Pattern loader
    • Disabled System Sound effects for all button clicks
    • Memory optimizaton for low powered devices

    Very special thanks to Donald for his suggestions and his help during the beta tests.

    G-Stomper Rhythm 1.0.1 Release Notes:
    • Minor bugfixes in the pattern loader