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Installed SIMM boards and available banks
RAM Bank
Slot No.
RAM1
Slot1
RAM2
Slot1
RAM3
Slot2
RAM4
Slot2
The TRITON is shipped with a 16 Mbyte SIMM
installed in Slot 1. In this condition, you can select only
RAM1 as the "RAM Bank." If a 16 Mbyte SIMM is
installed in Slot 2, you will be able to select RAM1 (16
Mbyte) and RAM3 (16 Mbyte). If a 32 Mbyte SIMM is
installed in Slot 2, you will be able to select RAM1 (16
Mbyte), RAM3 (16 Mbyte) and RAM4 (16 Mbyte). If a
32 Mbyte SIMM is installed in both Slot 1 and Slot 2,
you will be able to select all banks, and the total capac-
ity will be 64 Mbytes.
Sample Time
Specify the time that you wish to sample. This can be set in
0.001 second increments. Immediately after the power is
turned on, this will show the remaining memory (available
sampling time) of the selected memory bank. If you record a
sample in this condition ([REC]→[START]→[STOP]), the
change in time will be displayed automatically.
If you have sufficient memory, it is a good idea to set an
ample "Sample Time," and to use the "Truncate" (1–1A, 2–
1A) page menu command after you sample to delete
unwanted portions of the sample and reduce it to the mini-
mum size necessary. You can also press the [START/STOP]
key to stop recording after you have recorded the desired
material ( For details on the sampling procedure, refer to
p.78 in the Basic Guide).
The remaining amount of memory will depend on the fol-
lowing conditions.
1. The amount of memory that is installed.
2. Whether the sample is stereo or mono. When the "Sam-
ple Mode" (0–1c) is set to Stereo, the memory capacity
will be halved.
3. The time specified for "Pre Trigger REC" (0–2b: a func-
tion that automatically samples the sound even before
you begin sampling) will be subtracted from the amount
of memory that actually remains.
Sample Mode
Select the channel(s) to be sampled, to specify whether a
mono or a stereo sample will be recorded.
Depending on the "Audio Input (SAMPLING)" (0–2a) set-
tings, the external source from the AUDIO INPUT 1 and 2
jacks will be sent, either as direct sound without being
routed through an effect, or as effect-processed sound
routed through an insertion effect, to the L/R bus and sam-
pled from the L and R channels.
L-Mono: The sound of the internal L channel will be sam-
pled in mono.
R-Mono: The sound of the internal R channel will be sam-
pled in mono.
Stereo: The sound of the internal L and R channels will be
sampled in stereo. When you sample in stereo, a stereo mul-
tisample or sample will be created.
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16M-SIMM
32M-SIMM
16Mbyte
16Mbyte
16Mbyte
16Mbyte
16Mbyte
16Mbyte
[L-Mono, R-Mono, Stereo]
Example 1:
Sampling a monaural source connected to AUDIO INPUT 1
without applying internal effects
"Input1 Pan"
(0–2a)
"Level"
(0–2a)
"BUS(IFX)Select"
(0–2a)
"Recording Level [dB]" (0–1d)
"Sample Mode"
(0–1c)
Example 2:
A monaural source connected to AUDIO INPUT 1 routed
through the internal insertion effect IFX 052: Reverb Hall, and
sampled in stereo
"Input1 Pan"
(0–2a)
"Level"
(0–2a)
"BUS(IFX)Select"
(0–2a)
IFX1(P8)
select 052: Reverb Hall and make
settings
"Recording Level [dB]" (0–1d)
"Sample Mode"
(0–1c)
Example 3:
A stereo source connected to AUDIO INPUT 1 and 2, and
sampling without applying internal effects
"Input1 Pan"
(0–2a)
"Level"
(0–2a)
"BUS(IFX) Select"
(0–2a)
"Input2 Pan"
(0–2a)
"Level"
(0–2a)
"BUS(IFX)Select"
(0–2a)
"Recording Level [dB]" (0–1d)
"Sample Mode"
(0–1c)
Example 4:
A stereo source connected to AUDIO INPUT 1 and 2, routed
through internal insertion effect IFX1 008: St.Graphic 7EQ,
and sampled in stereo
"Input1 Pan"
(0–2a)
"Level"
(0–2a)
"BUS(IFX)Select"
(0–2a)
"Input2 Pan"
(0–2a)
"Level"
(0–2a)
"BUS(IFX)Select"
(0–2a)
IFX1(P8)
select 008: St.Graphic 7EQ and
make settings
"Recording Level [dB]" (0–1d)
"Sample Mode"
(0–1c)
When you finish recording a stereo sample, you may
hear a slight noise. This does not affect the audio data
that has been sampled.
0–1d: Recording Level [dB]
Adjust the final level of the signal that will be sampled.
This is linked with the identically-named parameter in
P0–2: Input/Setup.
When you press the [REC/WRITE] key you will enter sam-
pling standby mode. Use the slider to adjust the signal level.
Initially set this to 0.0, and make adjustments so that the
level is as high as possible without exceeding 0 dB in the bar
display. If 0 dB is exceed, the display will indicate "CLIP!"
This means that the level of the sampling signal is too high,
so use the slider to adjust the level.
L000
127
L/R
as appropriate
L-Mono
C064
127
IFX1
as appropriate
Stereo
L000
127
L/R
R127
127
L/R
as appropriate
Stereo
L000
127
IFX1
R127
127
IFX1
as appropriate
Stereo
[–inf, –72.0... 0.0...+18.0]

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