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Editing a combination

You can select a bank F program for a timbre in a
combination, and use it in the combination together
with programs of banks A–E and G. Different MOSS
tone generator programs from bank F can be selected
for two or more timbres, and used multi-timbrally. In
this case, the total polyphony of the MOSS tone
generator programs will be six voices.
Insertion/master effect settings and the routing
to the individual audio outputs cannot be made
independently for multiple timbres.
If you change programs while a bank F
program is sounding, the bank F program will
stop sounding.
When playing multi-timbrally and a bank F
program is being sounded, selecting a bank F
program for the timbre number prior to that
timbre number will cause noise to be heard in
the currently-sounding bank F program.
Editing a combination
Here's how to select programs and set the parameters
that determine how each program will sound.
(1) Select Combination P0: Play.
For details on how to enter each page, refer to p.52
"Combination mode" in the TRITON Basic Guide.
(2) Select the combination number that
you wish to edit.
(3) Select the Combination P4: MOSS
Setup tab.
Before you select a bank F program, make settings
here to specify how the MOSS tone generator will
(4) Set the Voice Allocation Reserve
parameter to specify the polyphony for
each timbre.
For each timbre, specify the number of voices that
will be allocated when a MOSS tone generator
program is selected. A total of six voices can be
For example, you might allocate two voices to timbre
1 for a bass-type MOSS program, and up to four
voices to timbre 2 for an electric piano MOSS
These settings have no effect on the programs
of banks A–E and G.
When the timbre bank/program is changed to
switch a timbre from a bank F program to a
bank A–E or G program, the bank A–E or G
program will sound as usual.
When the timbre bank/program is changed to
switch a timbre from a bank A–E or G
program to a bank F program, it will sound
according to the setting you make here.
Timbres for which a value of 0 is set will not
sound if a bank F program is selected.
(5) Set the MOSS BUS Select Reference.
The bank F programs will be routed to the insertion/
master effects or individual audio output according to
the settings of the timbre you select here.
The timbre 1–8 you select here does not have
to be using a bank F program.
Bank F programs can be used for two or more timbres
according to the "Voice Allocation Reserve" setting.
However, settings for insertion/master effects and
routing to individual audio outputs can not be made
independently for two or more timbres.
Timbre settings for insertion/master effects and
routing to individual audio outputs are made in the
Program P8: Routing tab. Use the following procedure
to make settings.
1. Set "MOSS BUS Select Reference" to Timbre 1.
2. In the Program P8: Routing tab, set the timbre 1
"IFX/Indiv.Out BUS Select" to L/R.
All bank F programs that you selected will be sent to
L/R (without using the insertion effects).
3. Set the timbre 1 parameters "Send 1" and "Send 2"
to 064 and 127 respectively.
The signal will be sent to MFX1 and MFX2 at the
specified levels.
4. If you wish to use an insertion effect, set "IFX/
Indiv.Out BUS Select" to IFX1–IFX5. If you wish to
output to the [AUDIO OUT INDIVIDUAL] 1–4 jacks,
select 1–4, 1/2, or 3/4.


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