In this mode, various types of internal memory data can be
saved/loaded to/from SmartMedia or an external SCSI
device (if the EXB-SMPL option is installed).
For the types of SmartMedia that can be used, refer to BG
About the EXB-SMPL option
If the EXB-SMPL option (sold separately) and the included
72-pin SIMM memory module (16 Mbyte sample data RAM)
are installed, you will be able to save/load multisample and
sample data created in Sampling mode ( p.144, 149), or
load/export AIFF ﬁles or WAVE ﬁles that were created on
your computer ( p.146, 150).
Sample data RAM can be expanded by installing up to two
72-pin SIMM modules of either 32 MB or 16 MB (total maxi-
mum 64 MB).
Even if the EXB-SMPL is not installed, you can install
RAM in the 72-pin SIMM slots to allow loading of mul-
tisample or sample data created on the TRITON series,
or AIFF ﬁles and WAVE ﬁles. However in this case, it
will not be possible to edit the multisample or sample
In addition, an external SCSI device (hard disk, removable
media, etc.) can be connected to the SCSI connector of the
EXB-SMPL, allowing data to be saved on a hard disk etc. in
the same way as on SmartMedia, or allowing you to load
data from CD-ROM.
For details on formatting, refer to p.152. For details on con-
nections and ID settings for external SCSI devices when the
EXB-SMPL option (sold separately) is installed, refer to the
operation manual included with the EXB-SMPL.
Files that can be loaded
6. Media mode
Files, directories, and icons
The TRITON Le manages data on SmartMedia and other
media in a hierarchical manner, using ﬁles and directories.
The contents of a ﬁle (whether it is a ﬁle or a directory) are
indicated not only by the name but also graphically by an
icon. Files and directories have differently shaped icons.
On the TRITON Le, ﬁles and directories that can be recog-
nized by MS-DOS (i.e., read by an MS-DOS computer) are
referred to as DOS ﬁles and DOS directories.
Various types of DOS ﬁles are distinguished by the exten-
sion that is added to the ﬁlename.
In the case of a DOS ﬁle with an extension other than listed
below, selecting "Load selected" to access the dialog box
will cause the ﬁle to be considered to be a Standard MIDI
File (SMF). However, non-SMF ﬁles cannot be loaded.
When you save a ﬁle on the TRITON Le, one of these ﬁle-
name extensions will automatically be added as appropriate
for the type of data.
If you change the ﬁlename extension of the following
ﬁles, they will be handled as undeﬁned ﬁles when you
attempt to load them again; they will not be loaded cor-
Undefined DOS file
All drum kits
1 drum kit group
1 drum kit
All user arpeggio
1 user arpeggio
1 user arpeggio
1 user pattern
Program, combination, drum kit, user arpeggio pattern,
Song, cue list
Standard MIDI File (SMF)
MIDI exclusive data
Korg Multisample Parameter ﬁle (Korg format)
Korg Sample File (Korg format)
Korg Script File (Korg format)
AKAI format program file
AKAI format sample file