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Korg Triton Le Basic Manual: Connecting Pedals Etc; Connections To Midi Equipment Computers (midi Connectors); Connections To Midi Equipment; Connections To A Computer

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3. Connecting pedals etc.

Foot pedal connections
A foot pedal can be connected to control the volume or
other functions.
Connect a separately sold Korg assignable pedal such
as the XVP-10 EXP/VOL or EXP-2 to the rear panel
ASSIGNABLE PEDAL jack.
The function controlled by the foot pedal is specified in
GLOBAL 1.1–3: System, Foot page "Foot Pedal
Assign" ( p.113, PG p.125, 223).
Foot switch connections
A foot switch controls sostenuto, soft pedal on/off,
arpeggiator on/off, to select programs or combina-
tions, and to start/stop the sequencer etc.
Connect a separately sold Korg foot switch such as the
PS-1 to the rear panel ASSIGNABLE SWITCH jack.
The function that will be controlled by the foot switch
and the polarity of the foot switch can be set in GLO-
BAL 1.1–3: System, Foot page "Foot SW Assign," and
"Foot SW Polarity" ( p.113, PG p.125, 222).
Damper pedal connections
Allows you to sustain the sound while playing.
Connect a Korg DS-1H damper pedal (separately sold
option) to the rear panel DAMPER jack. If a DS-1H is
connected, you can produce half-damper effects.
The polarity of the damper pedal can be set in GLO-
BAL 1.1–3: System, Foot page "Damper Polarity," and
its sensitivity can be adjusted by the GLOBAL 1.1–1
System utility menu command "Half Damper Calibra-
tion." ( PG p.124, 126)
Connections to MIDI equipment/
computers (MIDI connectors)
1. Connections to MIDI equipment
The keyboard, controllers, and sequencer etc. of
TRITON Le can be used to control an external MIDI
tone generator. Conversely, another MIDI keyboard or
sequencer can control the tone generator of
TRITON Le to produce sound.
Use MIDI cables to connect the MIDI connectors
of TRITON Le with the MIDI connectors of your
external device.
PG p.229 "MIDI applications – Connecting MIDI
deveices/computers"
2. Connections to a computer
Your performance on the TRITON Le, as well as con-
troller and sequencer data, can be sent to a computer
(connected via MIDI interface), and the tone generator
of TRITON Le can be played from the computer.
Use a MIDI interface to connect the MIDI connec-
tors of TRITON Le to the MIDI connectors of your
computer.
PG p.229 "MIDI applications – Connecting MIDI
deveices/computers"
Connecting separately sold
options
By installing the separately sold EXB-SMPL option you
can add two channels of audio input jacks and a SCSI
connector.
For details on installing the EXB-SMPL, refer to PG
p.253.
Guitar
Effect processor etc.
If a passive type guitar (a guitar
without an internal preamp) is
connected, it will not be possible to
sample at an appropriate level due to
the impedance mismatch. Such
instruments must be connected via a
preamp or effect unit.
1. Audio input connections
Connect a mic or the OUTPUT jacks of an external
audio device to the AUDIO INPUT 1, 2 jacks when you
want to sample in Sampling mode (if the separately
sold EXB-SMPL option is installed), or in Program,
Combination, or Sequencer mode when you want to
apply an internal effect to an external input sound and
output the processed sound from the OUTPUT jacks.
For details on connections when sampling in Sam-
pling mode, refer to p.34.
For details on connections when applying an
effect in other modes and outputting to the OUT-
PUT jacks, refer to p.111.
2. SCSI connections
You can connect SCSI-compatible devices (hard disks,
CD-ROM drives etc.). ( EXB-SMPL Operation Man-
ual)
CD player, analog record player, etc.
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