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Korg Triton Le 61
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Korg Triton Le 61

Workstation from Korg belonging to the Triton series.

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Publié le 10/31/08 à 16:00
Features nice & pro sounding. can get difficult the triton is not easy trust me! it has hella tweaks that req alot of time

price paid

1,200 but is 2,999 at store i got a deal!

UTILIZATION

Not easy for the first time producer. u have to have some programming exp and know all types of keyboard and audio terms. cause the triton was built 4 pro's. interface is probably the easy-iest cause the screen is touch screen which is simple point & click. now the triton is so complex it has 3 manuals really! 1's the quick guide. 2's the basic's and 3 is all technical which you will need once u get use to it.

per-fect for gigs after u know how it works cause you can route effects to the mic or drums or sample. the buttons arent really easy to break but are hella expensive! i had a mic fall and break 1 key and it cost $100 to replace it! never called customer support unless u really jacked some-n up real bad or cant read. and i called them their probably really helpful since u spent 3g's on a board.

SOUNDS

Hella clean, athentic instruments & drums just add a little effect to bring it out. their are like 25 & more drum kits that can work with any style. the effects req some knowledge of effect processing like how much to use and control the flow of it. it can be improved if all the sound already had the effects applyied cause on the triton you have to copy the effects to make it sound like it does in program mode or in combinations with most of the time they use all of the effects slots. and that hella sucks.

OVERALL OPINION

Like it hella build your studio around it. just buy expansion boards to get more out and hear what more it can do. ot has so many features u can add anything to it samples,hard drive,mics,loops, etc. really thou if u like the classic get the studio even thou it cost a little mo it has heela more cant explain has more thou.

originally posted on futureproducers.com
posted by: unknown (january 1-, 2003)
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