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Korg Triton Le Basic Manual: Program Mode; How A Program Is Organized; Basic Program Editing

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In Program mode you can select, play and edit pro-
grams.
Program mode consists of pages 1.1: Play–7.2: Ed–Mas-
terFX.
In 1.1: Play; you can select and play programs. You can
also edit the sound in simple ways, and make arpeg-
giator settings. ( p.31)
In 2.1: Ed–Basic–7.2: Ed–MasterFX, you can edit the
parameters of the program that was selected in 1.1:
Play.
When shipped from the factory, the TRITON Le con-
tains numerous preloaded programs. You can edit
these preloaded programs to create your own original
programs. You can also create original programs using
your own sampled waveforms or multisamples that
you sampled in Sampling mode (using the EXB-SMPL
option) or loaded into internal memory in Media
mode.
If the separately sold EXB-SMPL option is
installed, the TRITON Le will have AUDIO INPUT
jacks that allow external audio to be input. In Sam-
pling mode you can sample these external audio
input sources. In modes other than Sampling
mode, the TRITON Le's internal effects can be
applied to the external audio input sources, allow-
ing a wide range of applications ( p.111, PG
p.126).
All transmission and reception of MIDI data in
Program mode is performed on the Global MIDI
channel. The global MIDI channel is set in GLO-
BAL 2.1: MIDI "MIDI Channel."
Program Basic : 2.1-1
OSC1 LFO1 : 5.3-1
OSC1 Basic : 2.1-2, 4
OSC1 Pitch Mod. : 3.1-1, 2
Filter1 Mod. : 4.1-2,3
Filter1 LFO Mod. : 4.1-4
Pitch EG : 3.1-5
Oscillator / Pitch
48

Program mode

OSC1 LFO2 : 5.3-2
Filter1(A/B) : 4.1-1
Amp1 Level/Pan : 5.1-1
Amp1 Mod. : 5.1-2
Filter1 EG : 4.1-5
Amp1 EG : 5.1-3
OSC 1
OSC 2
Filter
Amplifier

How a program is organized

A program consists of the many parameters of 2.1: Ed–
Basic–7.2: Ed–MasterFX. The diagram below shows the
structure of a program.

Basic program editing

With the factory settings, this instrument's program
bunks A, B, C and D contain preloaded programs. You
can edit these programs to create your own original
programs.
For parameters in 2.1: Ed–Basic–5.3: Ed–LFOs that
are set independently for each oscillator 1 and 2,
you can use the Utility "Copy Oscillator" to copy
settings from one oscillator to the other. This is a
convenient way to make the same settings for two
oscillators, or to copy settings from one oscillator
to the other.
If you wish to save an edited program into internal
memory, be sure to Write the program. ( p.42)
In this section we will give examples of how to modify
representative parameters in each page. For details on
all parameters, refer to in the PG p.1–.
Programs you edit or create can be written into the 512
program memory areas of banks A–D. They can also be
saved and managed on SmartMedia in Media mode
( p.42).
Master Effect 1, 2:
Insert Effect :
7.2-1...3
7.1-1
Insert Effect:
OSC1, 2
7.1-2, 3
Insert Effect
Master Effect
Individual-
Output
Effect
1.1-1 and 2.1-2 etc. indicate the page tab screens used when editing on this instrument.
Controller Setup:
2.2
Arpeggiator :
6.1
AUDIO OUTPUT
MasterEQ : 7.2-4
L/MONO, R
AUDIO OUTPUT
INDIVIDUAL 1,2

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