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Korg Triton Le Basic Manual: The Structure Of Sequencer Mode; Songs; Patterns; Cue List

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The structure of Sequencer mode

The following describes the structure of Sequencer
mode. (see diagram below)
Songs
A song consists of tracks 1–16, a master track, song
parameters such as the song name, effect, arpaggiator
and RPPR parameters, and 100 user patterns.
A maximum of 200 such songs can be created on this
instrument.
Tracks 1–16 and the master track each consist of setup
parameters located at the start location, and musical
data within the track.
Setup parameters
Tracks 1–16
Bank/Program No.*, PLAY/MUTE/REC, Pan*, Vol-
ume*, Track Play Loop, Loop Start Measure, Loop
End Measure, Status, MIDI Channel, Bank Select
(When Status=EX2), Force OSC Mode, OSC Select,
Portamento*, Transpose**, Detune**, Bend Range**,
OSC On/Off Ctrl, Delay, Use Program's Scale, MIDI
Filter, Key Zone, Velocity Zone, Track Name, IFX/
Indiv.Out BUS Select, Send1(MFX1)*, Send2(MFX2)*
Master track
Time signature*, Tempo*
Musical data
Tracks 1–16
Note On/Off, Program Change (including Bank
Select), Pitch Bend, After Touch (Poly After), Con-
trol Change, Pattern No.
* When you change the setting during realtime-
recording, this will be recorded as musical data.
This allows the starting settings to be modified
during the playback.
** Musical data (MIDI RPN data) can be used to
change the starting settings during playback.
For details on control changes and RPN, refer to
PG p.231, 234.
Track 1
Setup parameters
Track 2
Setup parameters
Track 3
Setup parameters
Track 4
Setup parameters
Track 5
Setup parameters
Track 6
Setup parameters
Track 7
Setup parameters
Track 8
Setup parameters
Track 16
Setup parameters
Master Track
Tempo, time signature data
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Musical data
Musical data
BUS : 7.1–1, 2
Musical data
Musical data
Musical data
Track
Musical data
Musical data
Insert Effect
Master Effect
Musical data
Individual Outputs
Musical data
Patterns
There are two types of patterns: preset patterns and
user patterns.
• Preset patterns: Patterns suitable for drum tracks
are preset in internal memory, and can be selected
for any song.
• User patterns: Each song can have up to 100
patterns. When using a pattern in a different song,
use the Utility menu commands "Copy Pattern" or
"Copy From Song" etc. to copy the pattern. The
pattern length can be specified in units of a
measure.
Each pattern consists of musical data for one track. It is
not possible to create patterns that contain multiple
tracks.
These patterns can be used as track musical data by
being placed in a track (Utility menu command "Put
to Track") or copied to a track (Utility menu command
"Copy to Track"). Alternatively, you can use a pattern
with the RPPR function of a song.
Cue List
A cue list allows you to playback multiple songs in
succession. The TRITON Le allows you to create 20 cue
lists. Each cue list allows you to connect a maximum of
99 songs in any order, and to specify the number of
times that each song will repeat.
The page menu command "Convert to Song" lets you
convert the two or more songs in a cue list into a single
song. This allows you to use a cue list to create the
backing, then convert the cue list into a song and add
solo phrases on unused tracks.
Master Effect 1, 2 :
7.2–1...3
Insert Effect :
7.1–3, 4
7.1-1 or 7.2-1 etc. indicate pages or tab screens used on this instrument for editing.
Pattern U00 ... U99
Controller Setup : 2.2
RPPR Setup
: 5.1
Arpeggiator: 6.1–1...5
(A, B)
AUDIO OUTPUT
MasterEQ : 7.2–4
L/MONO, R
AUDIO OUTPUT
INDIVIDUAL 1,2

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