there is layering of samples - which can be modulated with velocity, or cv (or randomly)
check out the manual
its not really a fully fledged multi-sampler though,
but being creative you could do a certain amount.
there is a midi split function, that allows using the 4 voices to have different octave range.
if you are using cv, then you could use v/oct into cv → layer to select different layer.
you could also prep samples as a kind of sample chain, then modulate the start position.
cv is definitely the most flexible of this, as midi has a tight implementation - though you could use a midi processor, to take you further.
there are some limits to be aware of:
- max 12 layers
- 4 slots per ‘kit’
- currently you cant select kit by cv (to swap out a new set of samples)
so for a large set of samples, sample chains are the way forward.
(slicing is up to 64 slices, so thats pretty good)
I think this is the fun of modular … not grabbing a module that does exactly what you need (as you do with say VSTs) , but rather twisting it to your will, working around limitations.
anyway, you could suggest some enhancments to squarp to help do with any limitations you see, send these via the contact form as a feature request.