When I opened it I was too lazy to check out the instructions on how to go about it and did not get the sample to sound and afterwards looked at the instructions which shows that it is
a step more than just to import the sample but at the same time it does give you a much better control over your samples and get them more integrated into the workflow of Syntheogen.
Here you can read how to work with the new sample editor:
In either case the update is a nice one but the real reason that I write about this is because I do think that Syntheogen should get more attention. The workflow being different than most apps but it is made to work on a smaller screen as good as possible without skimping on features and also including features that is not in any other apps. Mostly the ease of which it is possible to work in different time signatures and getting polyrhythms going easy.
So please take a closer look and if it is seems confusing read the guide properly and there soon will be a new video from the creator that will clarify the workflow even more.
There is a Demo version but think about spending some coffee money and buy the application and thus support a single developer that is doing his best to rethink
music apps on Android.
Think that many other developers would have given up because of the lack of sales but here we have one that is going even harder into development and updating the application regularly.