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Korg Triton Le Basic Manual: Saving Sample Data; Program

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Saving sample data

Here's how to save a sample or multisample that you
created.
All samples and multisamples in the TRITON Le
will be lost when the power is turned off.
1 Insert a SmartMedia card into the slot. Alterna-
tively, make sure that settings are made correctly
for a connected external SCSI device.
2 Press the [MEDIA] key to select Media mode.
3 Press the [F2] ("Save") key.
4 If you want to save to a different device, use the
media select setting (Media:) to select the device
on which you want to save the data.
5 Press the [F8] ("UTILITY") key to access the utility
menu, and press the [F7] key to select "Save Sam-
pling Data." Press the [F8] ("OK") key to display
the following dialog box.
6 Press the [F5] ("Name") key to access the text dia-
log box, assign a filename of SMPL_DM1, and
press the [F8] ("OK") key.
7 Make sure that All is selected for the "To:" field,
and press the [F8] ("OK") key to save the data.
When saving is completed, a file with an extension
of .KSC together with .KMP and .KSF files in folders
will be saved. For details on each file, refer to PG
p.144 "About Korg format PCM data files."
Converting a multisample into a
program
A multisample you created can be converted into a
program. By converting the data into a program, a
sample or multisample you created in Sampling mode
can be used in Program mode, Combination mode, or
Sequencer mode.
1 Create a multisample. ( p.35)
2 Press the [F1] ("Sample") key to access the SMPL
1.1: Recording, Sample page.
3 Press the [F8] ("UTILITY") key to access the utility
menu.
Press the [F7] key to select "Conv.To Prog," and
press the [F8] ("OK") key.
The following dialog box will appear.
4 In the "To:" field, select the program into which
the data will be converted.
Bank D064–127 contains initialized programs. We
recommend you select one of these programs.
When you execute the Convert operation, the pro-
gram in the conversion destination location will be
overwritten and replaced by the converted pro-
gram.
5 Set the "Use Destination Program Parameters" set-
ting.
For this example, uncheck this. If you execute con-
version with this unchecked, the program will be
created with the sound that you heard in Sampling
mode.
If you want to use the program parameters of a
preloaded program (A000–D063), copy that pro-
gram to bank D064–127 before you perform this
operation. Use the "To:" field to select that pro-
gram, and check "Use Destination Program
Parameters" before you perform the conversion.
However if you want to convert a stereo multi-
sample with "Use Destination Program Parame-
ters" checked, you must change the "Mode
(Oscillator Mode)" to Double for the conversion
destination program ("To") before executing the
conversion.
6 As necessary, press the [F5] ("Name") key to access
the text dialog box and assign a program name.
Press the [F8] ("OK") key. A dialog box will ask
you for conformation. Press the [F8] ("OK") key
once again, and the conversion will begin.
7 Listen to the converted program.
Move to Program mode, select the program (D064
in the above example), and play the keyboard to
hear the sound.
The converted program settings will automatically
be stored in internal memory, but the sample data
you created will be lost when the power is turned
off. In order to reproduce the sound of the pro-
gram after the power is turned on again, you must
first load the previously-saved sample data in
Media mode. When loading, it is best to set ".KSC
Allocation" to Clear. When saving, it is a good
idea to execute "Save All" ( PG p.148) to save the
samples and multisamples along with the con-
verted program, and then load all of this data
together. ( PG p.141, 145)
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