Sneak peek to the upcoming G-Stomper Studio 5.0.
Even if it's still far away from being finished, I want to give you a quick heads up about what's going on. As some of you probably know already, G-Stomper Studio and G-Stomper VA-Beast are both on the plan to get updated with a new wavetable synthesis module, which is now definitely confirmed for version 5.0.
Simply said, you'll be able to load samples to the synth's oscillators instead of using generated waveforms. This will finally allow to load multi-sampled instruments like orchestral sounds (grand piano, horns, strings, or whatever). And with ‘oscillators’ it’s meant both on their own.
Each oscillator will be able to hold its own sample set, so you’ll be able to layer multiple instruments as well as cross modulate them in (almost) the same way you can do with generated waveforms. You'll be able to load multiple samples with different note ranges, but also multiple samples with different velocity ranges within the same note range, and of course it’ll use both, mono and stereo samples as known from the drum samplers.
As already mentioned, it's not yet finished (the first beta will probably be ready at the end of the year), but all the backend milestones have been completed already, and I’m working on the graphical user interface now.
If you're willing to join the tests, just visit the G-Stomper Public BETA Group at
https://plus.google.com/communities/102442427759925925275 and click "ask to join".
The BETA tests are only available for Google Play buyers.
Only users who downloaded one or more of the following apps on Google Play will be able to grab the BETA releases.