The analog audio signal from AUDIO INPUT 1 and 2 is con-
verted by an AD converter from an analog signal to a digital
signal. This parameter sets the signal level immediately after
the sound has been converted into a digital signal. Normally
you will set this to 127. If the sound is still distorted even
after this level is lowered significantly, it is possible that the
sound is distorting before the AD converter. Adjust the rear
panel [LEVEL] knob or the output level of the external audio
Set the panning of the signal from AUDIO INPUT 1 and 2.
When inputting a stereo audio source, you will normally set
Input 1 to L000 and Input 2 to R127 (or, Input 1 to R127 and
Input 2 to L000). When inputting a monaural audio source,
normally set this to C064.
BUS(IFX/Indiv.) Select
[L/R, IFX1...5, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1/2, 3/4, Off]
In the same way as for the oscillators of a program, this
parameter specifies the bus to which the external input of
AUDIO INPUT 1 and 2 will be sent ( 8. Effect Guide, Insert
Effect "2–4. Audio Input").
Send1 (to MFX1), Send2 (to MFX2)
In the same way as for the oscillators of a program, this
parameter specifies the send levels from the external input
of AUDIO INPUT 1 and 2 to the master effects. If "BUS (IFX)
Select" is set so that an insert effect is being applied to the
external input, the send levels to the master effects are set
after the signal passes through IFX1–5 by "Send 1" and
"Send 2" (Program 8–2a, Combination, Sequencer, Song
Play). ( 8. Effect Guide, Master Effect "2–4. Audio Input.")
When the "BUS (IFX/Indiv.) Select" setting is other
than Off and the "Level" value is raised, the external
input sound will be input to the TRITON. If audio
cables are connected to the rear panel AUDIO INPUT 1
and 2 jacks at this time, noise will be input via the AD
converters (even if there is no incoming audio signal)
into the TRITON, and, depending on your settings, in
some cases may be output from the AUDIO OUTPUT
L/R, 1, 2, 3, 4 jacks. If you are not using an external
audio input source, and are only playing programs,
combinations, or songs etc. that use the TRITON's
internal sounds, turn "BUS (IFX/Indiv.) Select" Off, or
set "Level" to 0.
If audio cables are not connected to the rear panel
AUDIO INPUT 1 and 2 jacks, the input data that passes
from the AD converter into the TRITON will be forced
to zero, so that no noise will be input.
1–1: MIDI
Here you can make MIDI-related settings that affect the
entire TRITON.
1–1a: MIDI Setup
MIDI Channel (Global MIDI Channel)
Set the global MIDI channel.
The global MIDI channel is used to transmit and receive
musical data in Program mode (P0: Play), to select combina-
tions via MIDI in Combination mode (P0: Play), in all modes
to control timbres or effects for which Gch is selected as the
channel, and to transmit and receive system exclusive mes-
About MIDI reception
In Program mode (P0: Play), MIDI data is received on the
global MIDI channel, but in Combination mode (P0: Play) or
Sequencer mode, MIDI data is received on the MIDI channel
specified for each timbre or track.
In Combination mode (P0: Play), program changes received
on the global MIDI channel will switch the combination.
Use the global MIDI channel to switch IFX 1–5, MFX1 and MFX2
on/off. To control the pan following IFX, sends 1/2, MFX 1/2
and MEQ, use the global MIDI channel in Program or Sampling
mode; in Combination, Sequencer, or Song Play mode, use the
channel specified separately by "Ctrl Ch" for IFX1–5, MFX1,
MFX2, and MEQ. By setting "Ctrl Ch" to Gch, you can control
these parameters from the global MIDI channel.
MIDI transmission when the TRITON's keyboard or controllers
are operated
In Sequencer, Song Play modes, musical data will be trans-
mitted on the channel specified for the currently selected
track (whose "Status" is BTH, EXT, or EX2). However in
other modes, data will be transmitted on the global MIDI
channel. In Combination mode, data will be transmitted
simultaneously on the global MIDI channel and on the MIDI
channels of timbres whose "Status" (Combination 0–1f, 2–
1a) is set to EXT or EX2.
Local Control On
Checked (Local Control On): The TRITON's internal tone
generator will be controlled by its own keyboard, joystick,
SW1 and SW2, and connected foot pedal. If you are playing
the TRITON by itself, leave this setting checked.
Unchecked (Local Control Off): The TRITON's keyboard
and joystick etc. will be disconnected from the internal tone
This means that operating the TRITON (playing its key-
board and using the joystick, or playing back the sequencer)
will not sound its internal tone generator.

Global P1: MIDI



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