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7 Drum Sampler

7.1 Overview

The Drum Machine in G-Stomper Studio, G-Stomper Rhythm, and G-Stomper Producer provides up to 24 Drum Sampler Tracks, where each is powered by its own Sampler instance.


The Drum Sampler has 4 main sections (per track) to tweak/modulate a sound in real-time.

• Sample / Track Settings

• Filter (Multi Filter with 8 Filter types)

• 1 Modulation LFO

• 1 Modulation Envelope

When you edit Sampler related parameters, then you always act on the currently selected Sampler Track (the highlighted one).

If you want to change the Pitch of the Sample on T01 for example, first select T01 and then change the Pitch Parameter.


The Step Sequencers for the Samplers are monophonic, but for smooth transitions between the steps (in case when new step triggers a sound and the sound of a previous step is still running), the Samplers are of course able to (internally) play multiple sounds at once. If you want true monophony (so that a sound is cut off, when a new trigger is fired on the same Track) then you can either enable the “Sampler Monophony (cut sounds when played)” in the Sampler section of the Setup dialog, or you can use the “The Mute Group ‘Monophony’ Extension” as described in the chapter below.


7.1.1 Differences between the Apps7.1.1.1 G-Stomper Studio, G-Stomper Rhythm7.1.1.2 G-Stomper Producer

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