I haven't even had a chance to mess with the sampling features on the Anamono X yet; haven't even scratched the surface with the synth (and I can't stop messing with it). There's only one audio input, so sampling can only be mono. But the latest update just added the ability to use the two outputs as stereo out, so the ability to load and process stereo samples might be a possibility. The samples can be loaded to one of the 5 oscillators, so I guess you can look at it as 5 layers of samples. The processing capabilities are bonkers though. The effects have an extreme and lo-fi quality; I really like them.
First and foremost, I love the sound. This gritty, complex, gnarly sound fits my aesthetic perfectly. In a few days, I've grown to love the quirky UI. There's a modulation button instead of a page; instead of going to a modulation page with limited slots, you just press the modulation button on whatever page you are, and then you're able to assign modulation to everything on the page at once. So much to modulate; every oscillator outputs slow settings that can be assigned as modulation sources.
The filters are amazing. Some of the best damn filters I've ever heard with so much character. I have two of the dual filters. There's feedback, distortion, and a peak setting that adjusts the second BP filter on each one. Then there's an additional G-Ray section for each dual filter that has all types of parameters for adding more grit.
I posted a quick demo, but then took it down because 10 min later I created a patch that was way cooler. I'll post another one at some point.