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Add your own samples to GuruSampler  


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June 29, 2020 10:51 am  

I am recentlly using the new Logic Sampler and after giving up long ago with the not user frendly EX24 i must say I am enjoyding again going back to sample my own sounds and editing them in Logic Sampler. what a great interface! I don´t know if gurusampler is going to be developed to that stant, I mean to be able to do multisampling and editing the sounds like L.Sampler does. but just for now is there a way to load your own samples in wave or aif format at all?

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June 29, 2020 11:41 am  

Guru Sampler allows user to add sfz patches, and the samples can be multiples per patch, and pretty decent sample rate support. The only catch the sfz must comply to certain format rules in order to make them work in Guru Sampler. Check the online manual:


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Kendall W Cochran III
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June 29, 2020 1:12 pm  

@saif_sameer Or you can watch this video I made. Explains the process.

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June 29, 2020 4:49 pm  


Guru Sampler has no easy drag/drop GUI like Logic's new Sampler, or Kontakt, etc. If you need that, there are a number of low-cost and even free sampler plug-ins available already (see e.g. ), and we're in no hurry to try to match their features.

Getting samples into Guru Sampler is very much a manual process, and third-party tools are needed to prepare/edit sample files and define loop points.

We realize that people are keen to import their own samples into Guru Sampler, and we hope to provide a nice GUI for that some day, but it will take a long time to build it all from scratch.