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Uncheck this setting if echo-back from an external sequencer
causes notes to be sounded in duplicate.
Even if this setting is unchecked, MIDI transmission
and reception will occur normally. Playing the key-
board will cause the corresponding note data to be
transmitted, and received note data will sound the TRI-
TON's internal tone generator.
Local
control
Note Receive (Note Receive Filter)
This setting specifies whether even-numbered, odd-num-
bered, or all note numbers will be sounded when note data
is received from the TRITON's keyboard or from an external
MIDI device. By connecting the TRITON to another TRI-
TON and setting one instrument to Even and the other to
Odd, you can effectively double the polyphony by dividing
the notes between the two instruments.
All: All note numbers will be received. Normally you will
leave this set to All.
Even: Even-numbered notes (C, D, E, F#, G#, A#) will
sound.
Odd: Odd-numbered notes (C#, D#, F, G, A, B) will sound.
This setting has no effect on the MIDI data that is
received.
MIDI OUT
ODD
Convert Position
This setting specifies the location at which the Transpose,
Velocity Curve, and After Touch Curve settings will be
applied. This setting will affect the MIDI data that is trans-
mitted and received, and the data that is recorded on the
internal sequencer.
When using the TRITON's keyboard to play the internal
tone generator, the Transpose, Velocity Curve, and Afte
Touch Curve settings will always take effect regardless of
this setting.
Pre MIDI: Velocity Curve, After Touch Curve, and Trans-
pose will be applied to the data that is transmitted from the
TRITON's keyboard.
This means that the Velocity Curve, After Touch Curve, and
Transpose settings will affect the data that is transmitted
from MIDI OUT when the TRITON's keyboard is played,
and the data that is recorded on the internal sequencer. MIDI
data received from MIDI IN or the data played back by the
internal sequencer will not be affected.
Velocity
Curve
Aftertouch
Curve
Transpose
Note number
change
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Sequencer Arpeggiator
OFF
Record
Trigger
ON
MIDI IN
MIDI OUT
[All, Even, Odd]
MIDI IN
Another TRITON
EVEN
[Pre MIDI, Post MIDI]
MIDI IN
Record
Play
Sequencer
Tone
Scale
generator
MIDI OUT
Post MIDI: Velocity Curve, After Touch Curve, and Trans-
pose will be applied to data before it enters the tone genera-
tor.
This means that the Velocity Curve, After Touch Curve, and
Transpose settings will affect the data that is sent to the
internal tone generator when you play the TRITON's key-
board, when the internal sequencer is played back, or when
data is received from MIDI IN.
This setting will not affect the data that is transmitted from
MIDI OUT or recorded on the internal sequencer when you
play the TRITON's keyboard or playback the sequencer.
Tone
generator
MIDI Clock (MIDI Clock Source)
Set this parameter when you wish to synchronize an exter-
nal MIDI device (sequencer or rhythm machine etc.) with
the TRITON's internal arpeggiator or sequencer.
Internal: The internal arpeggiator and sequencer will syn-
chronize to the TRITON's own internal clock.
Select the Internal setting when using the TRITON by itself,
or when you want the TRITON to be the master (controlling
device) so that another connected external MIDI device will
synchronize to the MIDI Clock messages transmitted from
the TRITON.
External MIDI: The arpeggiator and sequencer of the TRI-
TON will synchronize to MIDI Clock messages transmitted
from an external MIDI device connected to the MIDI IN con-
nector.
External PCI/F: The arpeggiator and sequencer of the TRI-
TON will synchronize to MIDI Clock messages transmitted
from an external MIDI device connected to the TO HOST
connector.
Select either External MIDI or External PCI/F when using
the TRITON as a slave (controlled device) that will synchro-
nize to the MIDI Clock messages transmitted from an exter-
nal MIDI device. The TRITON can respond to MIDI realtime
messages (Start, Stop, Continue, Song Select, and Song Posi-
tion Pointer) from an external sequencer.
In Song Play mode, the TRITON will always synchro-
nize to its own internal clock regardless of this setting.
1–1b: MIDI Filter
Enable Program Change
Checked: Program changes will be transmitted and
received.
In Program mode (P0: Play), the program will be switched
when a program change message is received on the global
MIDI channel specified by "MIDI Channel" (1–1a). When
you switch programs, a program change message will be
transmitted on the global MIDI channel.
In Combination mode (P0: Play), the combination will be
switched when a program change message is received on
the global MIDI channel. However, it is possible to set the
"Enable Combination Change" parameter so that the combi-
nation is not switched. When a program change is received
on the channel specified for each timbre by "MIDI Channel"
(Combination P2: 2–1a), the program of that timbre will be
MIDI IN
Record
Play
Sequencer
Aftertouch
Scale
Transpose
Pitch change
MIDI OUT
[Internal, External MIDI, External PCI/F]
Velocity
Curve
Curve
Tone
generator

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