Stupid Simple Sampler
by BipTunia
4.4 / 5     (5 votes)
Stupid Simple Sampler is an easy to use WAV file sampler.

It's a 64-bit VST, drop-dead simple, 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.

8 included samples : bell, tone, meow, voice, bounce, clink, stick, and strings.
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Holandsoest Jun 19 2023
(4 / 5)
Jun 19 2023
Works great, but unfortunately not for Linux
ser-gigaschlong Jul 09 2022
(5 / 5)
Jul 09 2022
Open source would be nice :)
TFSui Oct 03 2020
(5 / 5)
Oct 03 2020
Did the job as proposed
okdj Sept 07 2019
Sept 07 2019
GUI :( :D
gridsleep Sept 05 2019
(5 / 5)
Sept 05 2019
Good basic noise inserter. Tiny. Like Simple Microtonal Sampler but without the Key selection.
Nekro Dean Frogzwell Sept 04 2019
(3 / 5)
Sept 04 2019
It is dead simple to use/Does exactly as advertised. Due to that makes it a very handy, fast tool to work with when you want the most simple MIDI triggered WAV file VST2i sampler without anything that makes use at all complex in the ways of bells and whistles. If that is something you may find useful and may speed up your workflow then you'll likely get a lot of mileage from this. The only area I feel it is lacking is in not featuring the capability to re-pitch/tune the WAV file up or down with an octave either side often being ample for pretty much anything. Cheers