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Sound Sampler Manual





Sound Sampler is a soundboard app for playing sounds on button click. The sounds are customizable and are selected from media files (sound or video) from your device storage. You can create your own unique soundboard. There are different types of buttons for different playing options and you can control sound volume and balance. Also file cropping and fade in/out is possible.

App features:
– set custom sound files from your device (audio or video) for button
– use different types of play (loop, start/stop on press etc…)
– adjust individual sound volume, balance, pitch and speed
– use file cropping for sound
– fade in/out for sound
– ping pong effect for button sound
– stop fade out
– milisecond definition for effects length
– export and import button configurations
– custom number of buttons
– change button position
– set button name
– control master volume, pitch and speed

How to change the sounds:
– Go to Menu and turn EDIT MODE on
– press a button and select a file to be associated with this button
– adjust volume and balance for the sound
– optionally you can use file cropping by enabling it and selecting start and end times
– optionally you can use fade in/out by enabling it and selecting start and end fade length
– Exit the EDIT MODE (Menu – EDIT MODE)


TYPE1: Green
– On Click – Plays the file

TYPE2: Blue
– On Click – Plays the file
– On second click – stops playing

TYPE3: Red
– On Click – Plays the file
– On release – stops playing

TYPE4: Yellow
– On Click – Plays the file loop
– On release – stops playing

– Button Type – select button type for different playing behaviour
– Button position – select button position on soundboard
– Select File – select sound file from file on your device. Files can be audio, video or midi.
– Button Name – select button name. By default file name is set as button name.
– Volume – set volume for this sound
– Balance – set balance (left – right) for this sound.
– Pitch – set pitch of the sound. 1 is normal pitch.
– Speed – set speed of play. 1 is normal speed
– File Crop – used for cropping sound from file. Set start and end position timing. End position must be bigger than start position. Check time interval settings format for time values.
– Fade – set fade in and fade out for sound. Set length for both fades.
– Stop fade out – set fading out on sound stop. Set fade out length. When this is on then when sound stops before reaching the end there will be a fade out with specified length.
– Enable ping pong – sets ping pong panning effect (moves sound left and right). You can set ping pong effect cycle length.

General time format is:


For all time intervals you can fill values in format like:
– SECONDS.MILLISECONDS – example – 20.124 means 20 seconds and 124 milliseconds
– MINUTES:SECONDS.MILLISECONDS – 10:20.124 means 10 minutes, 20 seconds and 124 milliseconds
– HOUR:MINUTES:SECONDS.MILLISECONDS – 1:10:20.124 means 1 hour, 10 minutes, 20 seconds and 124 milliseconds

Master volume, pitch and speed controls control volume, pitch and speed for all sounds simultaneously. You can hide/show controls in Settings – Controls.
You can enable/disable controls using checkboxes.
You can reset controls to default position using Reset buttons [R] next to them.