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    Arrow Korg Triton Studio Questions

    Don't know if this is the right place to post this, but...

    I Just got all my new studio equipment in, and...

    I have a few questions about The 88-Key Korg Triton Studio...

    I know a few things about it... But there's also
    a few things I'm really lookin' forward to understandin'...

    So...

    If you're good and familiar with The Korg Triton Studio,
    and have a little spare-time... Please share some of that
    spare-time with me here or on a messenger...

    It would help me a-lot, and also will truly be appreciated...

    Thankz...


    I'm Out; PEACE...

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    Re: Korg Triton Studio Questions

    It would help to be specific with what advice you are after.
    Edward W. Trevino
    Dandlewood Productions
    www.dandlewood.com

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    Arrow Re: Korg Triton Studio Questions

    What'sup, Ed...

    Well, Right Now... It's mostly about loadin' my
    sound data on the Triton... I've followed the proper
    directions, but, I think u would know the big difference
    between someone talkin' with you about it, and readin' it...

    I'm tryin' to get my sounds loaded up, saved, & playable in
    their own kits... So if you can help, it'll most-definitely help
    this day of mine...


    I'm Out; PEACE...

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    Re: Korg Triton Studio Questions

    If you allow me to give you an advice...
    I have a Triton Pro X in my studio, and it WAS a great keyboard some years ago... OW, WAIT A MINUTE, I SAID WAS!!!
    Yes, I must say that in the last year it has been completely useless to me. I have been using it as a luxury midi controler since then. Why? Because virutal modules like Atmosphere, Trilogy, Hypersonic, d'cota, Absynth and etc made Korg Triton sound like amateur equipment. Not to mention all the other libraries that were released in the last years. And not to mention that recording external sounds is damn slow and difficult compared to computer-generated synthesis that can be rendered without any loss in quality, independently of the quality of your soundcard.
    Believe me, regular keyboards are going to disappear over time leaving space to portable DAWs that are much more powerful and flexible.
    If I was you, I would sell my Triton right now, before it loses all its value.

    I am selling mine right now!

    Good Luck!

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    Cool Re: Korg Triton Studio Questions

    What'sup, Guga...

    Thankz for respondin'...

    I sent you a private message...

    Tell me if you got it or not...


    I'm Out; PEACE...

  6. #6

    Re: Korg Triton Studio Questions

    Quote Originally Posted by MIKEFINITY
    What'sup, Guga...

    Thankz for respondin'...

    I sent you a private message...

    Tell me if you got it or not...


    I'm Out; PEACE...
    Hello Mike,

    I received your message, read the topic in the Sample Libraries Discussion, I´ve opened a topic called "getting rid of my keyboards" on this subject.

    Good Luck!

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