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Korg Triton Le Basic Manual: Sw2]; Controls [1]–[4]

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Setting the function of [SW1] and

[SW2]

You can specify the function of the [SW1] and [SW2]
keys ( PG p.220).
The functions of the [SW1] and [SW2] keys are set
independently for each program, combination, and
song. In and Sampling mode, the functions of these
keys are set for the entire mode.
You can specify the function that will be performed by
the [SW1] and [SW2] keys, and can also select between
Toggle (when the function will be switched on/off
each time the [SW1] or [SW2] key is pressed) and
Momentary (when the function will be on only while
you continue holding the [SW1] or [SW2] key).
These settings are made by "SW1/2 Assign" in the fol-
lowing pages.
Program mode
PROG 2.2: Ed–Ctrl, Controls
Combination mode
COMBI 2.2: Ed–Ctrl, Controls
Squencer mode
SEQ 2.2: Controller, Controls
Sampling mode*
SMPL 5.2: Controller, Controls
*: If the EXB-SMPL option is installed
When you write a program or combination, the
on/off status of the [SW1] and [SW2] keys is mem-
orized.
You can use these keys as alternate modulation or
effect dynamic modulation sources, and control
program parameters or effect parameters.
In this case, you will normally select SW1
Mod.(CC#80) and SW2 Mod.(CC#81).
For an example in which the [SW1] key is specified as
an effect dynamic modulation source for a program
and used to control an effect, refer to p.111.
If you wish to keep this setting aft,er the power is
turned off, you must Write the Global settings to
memory. ( p.42–)
The settings of Sampling mode cannot be saved.
Setting the B-mode functions of
REALTIME CONTROLS [1]–[4]
You can specify the B-mode functions of REALTIME
CONTROLS knobs [1]–[4]. ( PG p.221)
The B-mode functions are set independently for each
program, combination, or song. The functions in Sam-
pling mode (if the separately sold EXB-SMPL option is
installed) are set for the entire mode.
These settings are made by "Knob B Assign" in the fol-
lowing pages.
Program mode
PROG 2.2: Ed–Ctrl, Controls
Combination mode
COMBI 2.2: Ed–Ctrl, Controls
Sequencer mode
SEQ 2.2: Controller, Controls
Sampling mode*
SMPL 5.2: Controller, Controls
*: If the EXB-SMPL option is installed
You can use these knobs as sources for alternate
modulation or effect dynamic modulation, and
control program parameters or effect parameters.
In this case, you will normally select Knob
Mod.1(CC#17), Knob Mod.2(CC#19), Knob
Mod.3(CC#20), and Knob Mod.4(CC#21).
Here we will give an example of how knob [1] can be
used to control the filter and amp EG attack of a pro-
gram.
1 Press the [PROG] key to enter Program mode.
2 Press the [MENU] key, and then press the [F2] key
to select "Ctrl" Press the [F8] ("Open") key.
3 Select the Knob 1-B "Knob B Assign", and select
F/A Attack (CC#73).
4 Press the REALTIME CONTROLS [SELECT] key
to select B-mode, and turn knob [1] to control the
EG attack of the filter and amp.
If you wish to keep this setting aft,er the power is
turned off, you must Write the Global settings to
memory. ( p.42–)
The settings of Sampling mode cannot be saved.
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