Restomp update available

Restomp version 1.5 is now available for download.
This version includes a correction to the Pan filter, and also adds new Delay and Phaser filters.

If you’re on macOS, the app should alert you of the update the next time you launch it. Windows users should download and install the update manually.

If you have any questions or concerns, please let us know!

7 thoughts on “Restomp update available

  1. I am having issues with sounds being distorted after processing when importing some samples. I have tried with and without reverb or other effects with the same results. The instrument that is distorting is a longer sample-each layer averages 5 seconds. I am not having this issue with shorter samples. Are there any settings that may help with this? Thanks!

  2. Hi Nathan, I’d be happy to take a look at it.. Can you send me one of the files that are causing you trouble? If it’s not too large, please zip it up and send it to
    If it winds up being too large we can arrange to exchange it via dropbox or similar.

    1. Ah, that may be the answer then.

      Yes, it does need to normalize each sample as that’s how the Stompblock is able to handle dynamic ranging while you play at various velocities.
      It sounds like you may need to do some preprocessing of your samples to boost them prior to import.

      1. Version 1.5.3 is now available from the downloads page. This corrects a gain issue that could lead to distortion, even if effects where disabled.

  3. Couple of questions. Where do Find the version number on Restomp and what is a good RMS level to record samples that I plan to import?

  4. The version number can be found in the window title at the top (also in the About box from the main menu).

    Imported files are always normalized to 0dB (RMS = 1) so getting it close enough when recording is fine — it does not need to be perfect.

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