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

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In Combination mode you select, play and edit combi-
nations.
Combination mode consists of pages 1.1: Play–7.2: Ed-
MasterFX.
In 1.1: Play; you can select and play combinations. You
can also do some overall editing, and make arpeggia-
tor settings ( p.28, 32).
In 2.1: Ed–Basic–7.2: Ed–MasterFX; you can edit the
parameters of the combination that was selected in 1.1:
Play.

How a combination is organized

A combination consists of a variety of parameters that
can be accessed in 2.1: Ed-Basic–7.2: Ed-MasterFX. The
diagram below shows how a combination is struc-
tured.
Basic combination editing
Banks A, B, and C of the TRITON Le contain a variety
of combinations that use the preloaded programs
(banks A, B, C) and the preset and preloaded user
arpeggio patterns and effects. You can edit these com-
binations to create your own original combinations.
Original programs using samples/multisamples
recorded in Sampling mode (if the separately sold
EXB-SMPL option is installed) or loaded into memory
in Media mode can also be used in a combination.
Combinations you edit or create can be written into the
384 combination memory areas of banks A–C. They
can also be saved and managed on SmartMedia in
Media mode ( p.42, 45).
Timbre1
Parameters
Program
Timbre2
Parameters
Program
Timbre3
Parameters
Program
Timbre4
Parameters
Program
Timbre8
Parameters
Program
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Combination mode
Insert Effect :
7.1-1
Insert Effect :
7.1-2, 3
Timbre
Insert Effect
Master Effect
Individual Outputs
If a program being edited in Program mode is
used in a combination, it will sound according to
the settings being edited.
If you wish to save an edited combination in inter-
nal memory, you must write it. ( p.42)
Suggestions for editing procedure
The parameters of each timbre are set in 2.1: Ed-Prog/
Mix–4.4: MIDI Filter4, and 7.1:Ed-InsertFX. This is
where you create the basic combination consisting of
the programs you select here.
First use 2.1: Ed-Prog/Mix to select the program for
each timbre, and then use 3.3: Ed-Key Zone and 3.4:
Ed-Vel Zone to specify the range in which each pro-
gram will sound (layer, split, velocity switch, etc.).
Then adjust the volume of each timbre, and set various
other parameters.
To add finishing touches to the sound, you can make
insert effect settings (in 7.1: Ed-InsertFX) and master
effect and master EQ settings (in 7.2: Ed-MasterFX)
that are separate from the effect settings of Program
mode. In addition, you can make arpeggiator settings
(in 6.1: Ed-Arp.) and controller settings (in 2.2: Ed-Ctrl)
to create the finished combination.
By using the Utility "Solo Selected Timbre", you
can listen only to the selected timbre. This is a con-
venient way to audition individual sounds of tim-
bres that are layered. ( p.33)
In pages that display all timbres 1–8, such as 2.1:
Ed-Prog/Mix, you can use the [ ], [ ] keys to
select timbres. You can also select timbres directly
by holding down the [TIMBRE/TRACK] key and
pressing one of the [F1 T1/T9]–[F8 T8/T16] keys.
Master Effect 1, 2 :
7.2-1...3
MasterEQ :7.2-4
7.1-1 or 7.2-1 etc. indicate pages or tab screens used on this instrument for editing.
Controller Setup : 2.2
Arpeggiator: 6.1
AUDIO OUTPUT
L/MONO, R
AUDIO OUTPUT
INDIVIDUAL 1,2

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