This is a somewhat late response to the Stuttering discussion, but I thought I might share this technique I recently discovered for *stuttering* live percussion samples with the Jamman: 1) In Sample mode, record a relatively short sample containing a distinct beat at the beginning 2) Increasing the trigger sensitivity with the Select knob to a large value (e.g. I use a value between 9 and 13 for triggering from a microphone) 3) With sufficiently large input signals (i.e. *triggers*) the first part of the sample *stutters*. 4) Increased Fun: Feed back a part of the sample signal acoustically (e.g. stage monitor/ microphone) and play around with the sensitivity setting to get some extremely bizarre, almost random *stutter* effects! WARNING: this will drive any other musicians nuts who are trying to play in time with your sample!