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Korg Triton Rack

Digital Synth Rack/Sound Module from Korg belonging to the Triton series.

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"Korg Triton Rack"

Korg Triton RackPublished on 12/19/02 at 15:00
Guitar Center for $1400 plus tax for my home studio.

great unit and truly is vast.

no Sequencer on rack model!

excellent

great unit if you do not require a sequencer.

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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Korg Triton RackPublished on 10/31/08 at 16:00
I like to use the vocoder. USB would have been nice.

Price paid: $1000 USD

UTILIZATION

Pretty simple to use. At least once you have a Cubase Patch file.

SOUNDS

The basses and drums are excellent.

OVERALL OPINION

Not very well built. Mine is having problems with the audio at the moment.

I use the basses and drums a lot more than I should. I really like the sound of the basses and drums on the expansion boards too.

Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
Posted by: SaltyDawg ( 8-, 2005)
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" Still excellent after 14 years of existence"

Korg Triton RackPublished on 02/19/14 at 16:29
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It is all new to me, I just got the offer! Buy blind af a member ;)

With Newt Back to the Future!

Well, for the technical aspect there all that il.faut to describe elsewhere.

Mine is in perfect condition

Equipped cards 6/7 ... 8 orchestral grand piano and I just buy him .. 9 Trance!.
I'm going to vhercher 3.
A memory card ram, I'll fill

He joined my motif xs and is played from a keyboard MPK88

UTILIZATION

Simple to access, RAS if you are accustomed to the south and expanders
3 main ways to get sounds.
Combi mode to play solo with several sounds and arpeggios. Very nice
Program mode to play well vhargé indeed his, same friendly
And multiplayer mode to play......
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It is all new to me, I just got the offer! Buy blind af a member ;)

With Newt Back to the Future!

Well, for the technical aspect there all that il.faut to describe elsewhere.

Mine is in perfect condition

Equipped cards 6/7 ... 8 orchestral grand piano and I just buy him .. 9 Trance!.
I'm going to vhercher 3.
A memory card ram, I'll fill

He joined my motif xs and is played from a keyboard MPK88

UTILIZATION

Simple to access, RAS if you are accustomed to the south and expanders
3 main ways to get sounds.
Combi mode to play solo with several sounds and arpeggios. Very nice
Program mode to play well vhargé indeed his, same friendly
And multiplayer mode to play multi stamps from a sequencer. Not better

Fashion also disk but not yet used

Of course it has a floppy drive and no usb. But good. Il.est beautiful, the screen is easy to read for his age. A beautiful object. And external power supply ca c is not cool much of that is taillee

Not too read the doc finally diagonally, but it is clear and french
Not yet seen the edition sounds, but ily so many that the moment ....


J have a look for the drive from sonar, because the most part of. Ins are false. They isent not good vodes banks. CeQui in that it has all the accedezs sounds.
I have since corrected my file ins. A small onions .... And out is ok

SOUNDS

Sounds great! Various
Some are totally has-beens but that a minority

J have a motif xs which, of course everyone terrace on the guitars pianos, organs sax, keys, bass ...

But Newt has very beautiful things copper, clavinet, bass, synth, voice, organ!
Although complentaire

OVERALL OPINION

I used the last bit but I regale
The sounds are good, warm, vintage and different from what I have
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Korg Triton RackPublished on 02/02/07 at 17:31
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
See below.

My first "real" synth (even if an expander is like)

I have since 2001.

UTILIZATION

A touch screen with touch would have been welcome ...

Juggle menus is tedious ... but hey, you get used to ... especially the stuff I do not use even 50% of its capacity.
The editing possibilities are astronomical sound, you can fiddle with the presets as you want.
Even if it's a synth general, it is rather oriented "electro".

As for the built-in sampler it works well (as an Akai S3000 with whom I worked) rack version had the advantage of more integrated RAM chips as Triton "normal". But, given what is done in soft and the advantage of the hard drive, a program like......
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See below.

My first "real" synth (even if an expander is like)

I have since 2001.

UTILIZATION

A touch screen with touch would have been welcome ...

Juggle menus is tedious ... but hey, you get used to ... especially the stuff I do not use even 50% of its capacity.
The editing possibilities are astronomical sound, you can fiddle with the presets as you want.
Even if it's a synth general, it is rather oriented "electro".

As for the built-in sampler it works well (as an Akai S3000 with whom I worked) rack version had the advantage of more integrated RAM chips as Triton "normal". But, given what is done in soft and the advantage of the hard drive, a program like Soundforge suits me perfectly, and I ca complete the sampler NNXT Reason for treatment.
However it works well, and may eventually replace a sampler for the Live (type of use that I do not)

SOUNDS

The lead sounds, pads, choirs and other electronic sounds are quite prodigieuses.Et editing these presets is a real pleasure.

The strings and brass are superb aussi.Les wind instruments are not bad too.

The organs are fabulous, like a plug in B4, for what I do, do not bring me anything special.

Pianos, weakness of the Triton, are not horrible plus.Il not have to take a little longer to edit and mix the sound, but they are quite exploitable.Et Live's enough.

When buying I also took the Vintage card, and the sounds of pads, and other appliances of brass sounds similar ... there are extraordinary croirait.Même it if there is too much in this card big bass sounds good vintage (heavy, powerful).
Not flexible either.

All that is bass, guitar I do not use.

OVERALL OPINION

When I bought the Triton-Rack, cétait, first because I had a MIDI keyboard, and then because I wanted the TOP at the time was a no compromis.Ca huge financial investment for me but over the years I thought it was worth it.
The Triton is a synth that has been voted the best synth of the year in consecutive years, it is not for rien.Et new editions are essential references.

For many years, in catalogs, I even watched what was happening in general ... from the synth Triton was not revolutionize the genre I think.
It is still present.
I use it for 6 years and I think I'll use it for at least 6 years, no problem.

Moreover, apart from a digital piano, I also used with a keyboard / guitar Lag THE Key.Et live above all, it's more convenient to work with a synth sound module.
What was more motivated by a purchase price difference at baseline (between the Triton and Triton Rack-normal) has become over time a considerable advantage for me.
It's more convenient and portable (to repeat or Live).

A jewel so it Triton-rack, can be a regret, not buying the card MOSS, which seems t he adds a second synth in Triton, and allows us to access sound and quality can be further ... unmatched today ... what a rack development opportunities insane ... I will surely one day (not yet a priority)
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Korg
  • Model: Triton Rack
  • Series: Triton
  • Category: Digital Synth Racks/Sound Modules
  • Added in our database on: 08/21/2008

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Other names: tritonrack, triton rack

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