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Korg Triton Le Basic Manual: Assigning A Name To The Sample Or Multisample

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3 Select "Insert Effect," use the numeric keys to
enter 52, and press the [ENTER] key to confirm 52:
Rev Hall.
Select "IFX On/Off," and press the [INC] key to
turn it ON.
4 Speak into the mic, and verify that reverb is
applied to the sound.
You can adjust the effect settings in the IFX page
([F4] key).
5 After pressing the [EXIT] key, press the [F2]
("Rec.") key to access the SMPL 1.1: Recording,
Recording page.
6 In Sample Setup, set "Mode (Sample Mode)" to
Stereo.
Now the sound of the internal LR channels can be
sampled in stereo.
7 Press the [F1] ("Sample") key, and then press the
[F6] ("CREATE") key to create a new index.
8 Press the [REC/WRITE] key.
Press the [START/STOP] key, and speak the
word(s) that you want to sample.
Recording will begin according to the "Threshold"
setting.
Press the [START/STOP] key to stop.
9 Play the keyboard.
When you play the "Orig.K" note or press the
[AUDITION] key, the sampled sound will be heard.
Assigning a name to the sample
or multisample
The TRITON Le allows you to create up to 4,000 sam-
ples and 1,000 multisamples (limited by the amount of
memory). It is a good idea to assign names so that you
can distinguish individual samples and multisamples.
Naming a multisample
1 Press the [F1] ("Sample") key to access the SMPL
1.1: Recording, Sample page.
2 Select "MS," and use the [INC]/[DEC] keys to
select the multisample to which you want to
assign a name.
3 Press the [F8] ("UTILITY") key to access the utility
menu, use the [F7] key etc. to select "Rename MS,"
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and press the [F8] ("OK") key.
A dialog box will appear.
Press the [F5] ("Name") key to display the text dia-
log box, and assign a name of SMPL_Demo.
Press the [F1] ("Clear") key.
Input the first character. Use the [VALUE] dial and
the [INC]/[DEC] keys or [ ], [ ], [ ], [ ] keys to
select "S".
Input the second character. Press the [F6] key. Use
the [VALUE] dial and the [INC]/[DEC] keys or [ ],
[ ], [ ], [ ] keys to select "M".
Repeat these steps to input all of the characters, and
then press the [F8] ("OK") key twice. ( p.43)
A stereo multisample will have a -L and -R dis-
played at the end of the name, meaning that you
will be able to input 14 characters. (The -L and -R
are fixed.) You can input 16 characters for a mono
multisample. This also applies to samples.
Naming a sample
1 Press the [F1] ("Sample") key to access the SMPL
1.1: Recording, Sample page.
2 Select "Index," and use the [INC]/[DEC] keys to
select the sample to which you want to assign a
name.
For this example, select "Index" 001.
It is also possible to select a sample in "SMPL,"
but since the sample assigned to each index can
change, you should use "Index" to select a sample.
3 Press the [F8] ("UTILITY") key to access the utility
menu, use the [F7] key etc. to select "Rename
SMPL," and press the [F8] ("OK") key.
When the dialog box appears, press the [F5]
("Name") key to access the text dialog box, and
assign the desired sample name. (Example: "It's")
Refer to step 3 of "Naming a multisample."
4 Select "Index," select the next sample that you
want to name, and use the utility menu command
"Rename SMPL" to assign a name to that sample.

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