Korg TRITON proX Manual: Disk Mode Information; Chunks That Are Supported

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Disk mode information

Chunks that are supported
AIFF files
When data is loaded into the TRITON, the following four
chunks are referenced: Common chunk, Sound Data chunk,
Marker chunk, and Instrument chunk. Other chunks are
ignored.
Restrictions on the parameters in each chunk are described
below.
Common chunk
Only one (mono) or two (stereo) channels are supported.
Sample sizes of 1–16 bits are supported. If the sample data is
8 bits or less, it will be loaded as 16 bit data with the lower 8
bits always at 0.
Sound Data chunk
Offset and block size are ignored. (Block-Aligning Sound
Data is not supported.)
Marker chunk
Up to eight markers are supported. The ninth and subse-
quent markers will be ignored.
Instrument chunk
If the loop play mode is ForwardBackwardLooping, this will
be handled as ForwardLooping.
baseNote, detune, lowNote, highNote, lowVelocity, highVe-
locity, gain, and releaseLoop will be ignored.
WAVE files
When loading, the TRITON will reference the Format chunk
and the Wave chunk. The following limitations apply.
Format chunk
Standard PCM format is the only format category that is
supported.
Only one (mono) or two (stereo) channels are supported.
Sample sizes of 1–16 bits are supported. If the sample data is
8 bits or less, it will be loaded as 16 bit data with the lower 8
bits always at 0.
Wave data
The Wave List chunk is not supported.
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About KORG format files
KORG format file structure
There are three types of files: .KMP files for multisamples,
.KSF files for samples, and .KSC files which handle the first
two as a collection. Similar to the IFF format, .KMP/.KSF
files consist of chunks.
Korg format file structure
PIANO.KMP
PCMGROUP.KSC
Ac. Piano
Multisample
PIANO.KMP
4
RHODES.KMP
SNARE_00.KSF
PI0000.KSF
PI0001.KSF
PI0002.KSF
PI0003.KSF
Unless stated otherwise, all data is MSByte first.
G When a Korg format file saved on the TRITON is loaded by
the TRINITY,
• Of the parameters for each song, the following
parameters are ignored (the chunk that includes the
parameter is given in parentheses)
Filter cutoff
(RLP1 chunk)
Transpose
(RLP2 chunk)
Resonance
(RLP2 chunk)
Attack
(RLP2 chunk)
Decay
(RLP2 chunk)
• Of the parameters for each sample, reverse playback
and loop off settings (included in the attribute
parameters of the SMD1 chunk) will be ignored, and
will be handled respectively as forward playback and
loop on. Only the twelve types of sampling frequency
supported by the Trinity will be loaded correctly, and if
the frequency is unsupported, the next lowest frequency
will be selected.
• Split sample files cannot be loaded.
G When a Korg format file saved on the TRINITY is loaded
into the TRITON,
• Compressed sample files cannot be loaded.
• Multisamples that use internal samples of the Trinity
will be assigned identically-numbered RAM samples.
KMP (KORG Multisample Parameter) files
These consist of the following chunks.
G Multisample parameter chunk
Chunk ID ('MSP1')
Chunk size (fixed at 18)
Multisample name
Number of samples in the multisample
Attributes
PI0000.KSF
Sample
parameters
parameters
Sample data
Relative parameters
(for 'x' number
of samples)
PI0002.KSF
Sample
parameters
PI0003.KSF
PI0003.KSF
Sample
parameters
Sample data
SNARE_00.KSF
Sample
parameters
Sample data
[4 bytes]
[4 bytes]
[16 bytes]
[1 byte]
[1 byte]

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