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Jean-Hub Jean-Hub
Published on 06/21/06 at 15:02
Map sample (+ scsi interface) to synth "Korg Triton" and "Korg TR."
16 bits / / 48 KHz / / 64 MB max

Technically, this is the stuff of the 90s (the memory and SCSI).

Use of complex and time excutive trs slow.
(Notably the transfer with the card SmartMdia the dcoupes Loop etc etc ....)

That said, 3 hours APRS have built their samples
and then configured in a program,
it is enjoyable to use in the synthesis of squenceur.

Also, thanks this card, you will have between stro (jacks)
allowing the use of multi-synth effects.

Anything.
It's impeccable.

240 euros still sold new in the trade in June 2006.
This map is a pice rare (in OCCAZ) that will make the Triton (or TR)
Finally a real WorkStation.

This card comes with 16 MB of ram.
(FYI also, the ram installed in the same synth
and not on the map sample).
You can install up to 64 MB

But it's old stuff. Korg How did such a opration bones?

I usually am for the hardware and rather against the computer.
The exception is:
if you want a good sampler easy to use and fast excutive ...
Consider a software solution!
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