EasyStart TRITON STUDIO Main Features • Easy and creative Sequencing: 16 Tracks, • Incredible sound: Up to 120 note polyphony, 48MB 200,000 events, with Cue List and RPPR of waveform ROM (including a new 16MB velocity- functions, shortcuts like Song Templates, preset switched stereo piano sample), expandable to 256 rhythm patterns, independent track-looping.
“PRELOAD”. In-Store Note: When you power off the TRITON STUDIO, loaded demo songs/samples will be erased from memory. For sales presentations, make sure to reload the demos each morning using the following procedure! Make sure to backup any of your own internal songs/sounds to the internal hard drive or floppy drive before proceeding! Press the [DISK] key.
Press the OK button when you want to access the play and edit mode pages of the selected sound. Work with these great TRITON STUDIO Programs and Combinations: NEW!! Program C001 and Combination A000 showcase the new 16MB velocity-switched stereo grand piano sample, with up to 60 voices of this piano’s polyphony available in addition to 60 voices of the great Triton waveforms!
TRITON STUDIO Easy Start Arpeggiator mode TRITON has dual polyphonic arpeggiators, fully editable and syncable to MIDI clock. One program uses one arpeggio pattern - Combi or Sequence modes can use up to two arpeggio patterns at once. Programs have an arpeggio pattern assigned to them even if the Arpeggiator [ON/OFF] key does not “wake up” in the ON position.
The Send1 and Send2 rows govern how much an Insert Effect is being fed to the Master Effects Click on one of the popups in the Insert Effects row: Just like the TRITON STUDIO’s sounds, effects are arranged in categories Press...
Sampling mode The TRITON STUDIO samples at 48kHz, 16-bit, in mono or stereo. With the provided 16 MB, the TRITON STUDIO is capable of recording samples of up to 174 seconds @ mono, or 87 seconds @ stereo. Fully expanded with SIMM modules to 96 MB, it allows about 17.4 mono minutes or 8.6 stereo minutes of sampling.
New!! In-Track Sampling in Sequence mode TRITON STUDIO allows an external audio input (a guitar or mic for example) to easily be sampled and assigned a trigger note to an empty sequence track in order to play back at the correct location. The following example shows the procedure utilizing the mic you’ve previously connected to Audio Input 1.
NEW!! Resampling your entire performance as a WAV file to the internal hard disk TRITON STUDIO lets you easily resample the above performance (sequence and all in-track samples) as a WAV file to the internal hard drive, or via SCSI to an external drive. A maximum of 80 minutes can be written in one operation! With the CDRW-1 option, the WAV files you’ve re-sampled can be burned to an audio CD! (See the Getting Started...
TRITON STUDIO Easy Start See the TRITON STUDIO Getting Started Guide, pp. 116-117 for more information. NEW!! Ripping audio from a CD Digital data from an audio CD in the CDRW-1 option can be imported as sample data in the digital domain. This process is known as “ripping”.