Stupid Simple Sampler
Stupid Simple Sampler from BipTunia Synths is the easiest to use sampler there is.
It’s a 64-bit VST, drop-dead simple, polyphonic, and a heck of a lot of fun.
It can handle any WAV sample, mono or stereo, any bit depth or sample rate.
It only has 5 controls.
1 is a box where you can chose your own sample.
The other 4 controls are A, D, S, and R (Attack, Decay, Sustain, Release.) You don’t even need to touch these four controls to use the sampler. They’re just for adding options.
It’s an old-school style sampler, like back when things were not complicated. It’s inspired by the tape samplers used by Pink Floyd in the 60s, and the hardware samplers used in rap in the early 80s.
Stupid Simple Sampler comes with 8 samples as presets. But you can add any samples you want, in the subfolder at:
The 8 included samples are:
bell, tone, meow, voice, bounce, clink, stick, and strings.
We made all the samples. The strings are a sample of a 1979 Crumar Performer.
FOR BEST SOUND, add a little bit of reverb, and a dash of of light, fast, compression after this VST on the same track.