I've converted my EXS24 Sonor drum kit into an Ableton Live Instrument rack which uses the Sampler instrument. You'll need to own that plugin. There are several chains holding samplers. After you've installed and opened the pack, click the downward pointing arrow next to "SamsSonor" on the SamsSonor track. You'll see the subgroups where you can mix and add effects. Enjoy! Update: I've also added the simpler version.
NOTE: Use batteries when doing this - touching the power supplies while plugged into a wall socket can lead to health issues or death!Here is a instrument I made by taking apart an old casio keyboard and tying a copper wire between two tiny screwdrivers and touching solder points that were never meant to be connected. If you've never done this and you have an old keyboard around, give it a try. I've mapped the low bass sound to outputs 3-4 and the tapping sounds at the top of the keyboard to 5-6. Below is an example of this instrument in use.
This is my Sonor Force 3001 sampled and painstakingly placed into EXS24. There at least 4 velocity levels for each sound. Many more for the snare and kick. Thousands have gone before you - download it with assurance you will have tasty drums coming forth from your amplified speaker system.