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Korg Triton Le 61

Workstation from Korg belonging to the Triton series

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stompboxjonstompboxjon

got old quick

Korg Triton Le 61Published on 06/12/12 at 23:16
I have used the Triton LE 61 a few times in a couple different studios. It seemed like a keyboard that was pretty popular years ago, but I think it’s a decent keyboard at best. There are a lot of other boards that are out that can give you way better quality sounds than the Triton LE. The LE just seems to be like a cheap version of some of the Triton sounds and everything seems to be watered down. The sequencer is ok and the on board effects are ok. Not really anything bad to say about them but when it comes to the sounds I have major complaints.


UTILIZATION

Gettins started is simple and takes not time to understand the basic functions of the board, the manual wasn’t needed and I...…
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I have used the Triton LE 61 a few times in a couple different studios. It seemed like a keyboard that was pretty popular years ago, but I think it’s a decent keyboard at best. There are a lot of other boards that are out that can give you way better quality sounds than the Triton LE. The LE just seems to be like a cheap version of some of the Triton sounds and everything seems to be watered down. The sequencer is ok and the on board effects are ok. Not really anything bad to say about them but when it comes to the sounds I have major complaints.


UTILIZATION

Gettins started is simple and takes not time to understand the basic functions of the board, the manual wasn’t needed and I havent ever seen one.


SOUNDS

The keys are good, nice semi weighted and they seem to work well even when playing melodies because they arent too heavy. But they still have enough weight to them that you wont feel like your playing with a cheap midi controller (because most midi controllers just have plastic keys). But the sounds just fell short to me because I own a triton board so I know what the Triton is capable of and I know what sounds they really have in them. I guess that’s why the LE is more affordable than the regular triton and the triton rack is because its missing the most important factor to me, the sounds. Most of us don’t purchase a keyboard just for the workstation. We can use our computers as a workstation if needed or if we want. We go out and spend money on these keyboards for the sounds and the ability to edit those sounds and make our own. You can easily change how the sounds will sound and make them your own but the quality of them over all as far as depth and warm just is a miss to me.


OVERALL OPINION

You can get this if you don’t have enough money to get the “real” triton boards. But you will get bored with this pretty quick.
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MGR/Art WatkinsMGR/Art Watkins

Korg Triton

Korg Triton Le 61Published on 10/27/05 at 15:00
I play a 76 key Korg Tirton, I have been playing keyboard for 12 years, 6 years for my church. I like Gospel music with a R&B/Hip Hop twist.

I bought my keyboard from Guitar center in Sacramento Ca, I realy like the feel of the board and the sounds are thick. I paid about $2,500 about 4 years ago.

The Korg sound is unique and very strong.
The touch screen was the newest thing out and Korg was the fist. Keyboards are made with lots of small plastic peaces under the hood. The touch screen saves the buttons from being pushed 10,000 times.

I don't like how you have to purchase other upgrade cards, they should come jam packed for $2,500. I don't like pre-recorded drum grooves they...…
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I play a 76 key Korg Tirton, I have been playing keyboard for 12 years, 6 years for my church. I like Gospel music with a R&B/Hip Hop twist.

I bought my keyboard from Guitar center in Sacramento Ca, I realy like the feel of the board and the sounds are thick. I paid about $2,500 about 4 years ago.

The Korg sound is unique and very strong.
The touch screen was the newest thing out and Korg was the fist. Keyboards are made with lots of small plastic peaces under the hood. The touch screen saves the buttons from being pushed 10,000 times.

I don't like how you have to purchase other upgrade cards, they should come jam packed for $2,500. I don't like pre-recorded drum grooves they could be better

The quality is top of the line, the construction is good.

The new Korgs are awesome but a little high in price... Most gear is exspensive
the every day musician can barely afford new gear...

Help a brotha out!
I'm out

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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MGR/REXMGR/REX

Korg Triton

Korg Triton Le 61Published on 05/27/02 at 15:00
I bought it in BNG Jakarta because TRITON used with lots of musician and i will use it for my music composing. I bought it with 18 million rupiahs or around $ 1,800.

I like Triton is because it is really neat to look. It’s so beautiful. The color, the shape, and the Touch screen. And also it is very futuristic. I have never seen futuristic keyboard like TRITON.
I like the effects that gives many inspiration and the sampler that makes DJ-ing more possible.
I think TRITON has a exclusive community, because there a lot of websites that give patches also you can exchange or share it.


It's so heavy and the touchscreen it's so sensitive. and the last one TRITON isn't user friendly. you...…
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I bought it in BNG Jakarta because TRITON used with lots of musician and i will use it for my music composing. I bought it with 18 million rupiahs or around $ 1,800.

I like Triton is because it is really neat to look. It’s so beautiful. The color, the shape, and the Touch screen. And also it is very futuristic. I have never seen futuristic keyboard like TRITON.
I like the effects that gives many inspiration and the sampler that makes DJ-ing more possible.
I think TRITON has a exclusive community, because there a lot of websites that give patches also you can exchange or share it.


It's so heavy and the touchscreen it's so sensitive. and the last one TRITON isn't user friendly. you must learn the system or read the manual first.

Perfect.

TRITON is very recommended to all musician. because it has all the musician needs.

I hope KORG release TRITON with Color Touchscreen LCD and many kinds of color like blue metallic or something funky.

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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ericthegreatericthegreat

good for beginners

Korg Triton Le 61Published on 11/27/11 at 22:31
The Triton LE 61 is made by korg and it’s a pretty good synth board. If has a nice feel to it when playing, and its semi weighted so you don’t have those heavy keys when trying to play melody lines.

UTILIZATION

Not easy to address as many parameters, but there are shortcuts to use such copy a Combi Max of 8 tones with their belongings the sequencer. We play in Multi REC and inspiration of the moment is your memory with drum, bass, solo and accompaniment.
A big advantage of the Model LE is that it is lightweight 7.3 kg and easy to carry, an additional asset for me playing solo but also in groups.


SOUNDS

Yes, good expressive sounds at the touch. Just tone down the sounds of piano...…
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The Triton LE 61 is made by korg and it’s a pretty good synth board. If has a nice feel to it when playing, and its semi weighted so you don’t have those heavy keys when trying to play melody lines.

UTILIZATION

Not easy to address as many parameters, but there are shortcuts to use such copy a Combi Max of 8 tones with their belongings the sequencer. We play in Multi REC and inspiration of the moment is your memory with drum, bass, solo and accompaniment.
A big advantage of the Model LE is that it is lightweight 7.3 kg and easy to carry, an additional asset for me playing solo but also in groups.


SOUNDS

Yes, good expressive sounds at the touch. Just tone down the sounds of piano ties that are not realistic and sound Korg M1. Fortunately with the extension Sampling Can I load sounds Pianos sounds sampled from a Steinway, but it's time to load ...
I like the sounds of Copper Plates, Strings, Synth Lead and rhythmic Combi (Fantasmagoria, Phases of Angels Talk of Galileo, Hidden Rhythm, Walk Street and many others)


OVERALL OPINION

I used this for a month, but had already tasted the triton using the micro x. I wanted a synthetic 61-toting a microphone and associated with X (which I did for 2 years) it makes me combi’s huge, connected to midi, synchronized with the tempo and the s2000 for piano sounds c ' is an excellent investment: the microphone is located at 250 x € hand, I've had my triton as new 250 and a second for akai s2000 for 50 dollars, well I have a large collection of CD Rom and have akai recovered full drives scsi cd rom and zip to anything ... but this little wonder has meant the world s for the price of a TR model.
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  • Manufacturer: Korg
  • Model: Triton Le 61
  • Series: Triton
  • Category: Workstations
  • Added in our database on: 07/17/2008

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