Back about mid-way through 2014 I had a pretty extensive guide to sampling for Nebula (using the NAT sampling program) published in Sound on Sound. It’s aimed at beginners and I tried to de-mystify a lot of the notions about sampling in it. At a glance the guides might look pretty complicated but I think they break it down into pretty solid step-by-step instructions which should help anyone get something useful. It covers 3 types of programs- Preamps, Reverbs, and non-dynamic Multis. Multis are what anything that’s sampled with an adjustable control which is sampled in multiple positions is called, which includes equalizers for example.
I think I also gave a pretty good idea of some of the major limitations to the platform. There are also some example programs and custom NAT sampling templates which are from my own personal set, which you can download at Sound on Sound, as supplemental material for the article. The programs are from the examples I made while doing the guide, as a walk through.