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Korg Triton-Rack Basic Manual

Korg Triton-Rack Basic Manual (118 pages)

Expandable HI Module/Sampler  
Brand: Korg | Category: Sequencer | Size: 2.99 MB
Table of contents
The Owner's Manuals And How To Use Them3................................................................................................................................................................
Conventions In This Manual3................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents4................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction7................................................................................................................................................................
Main Features7................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The Modes9................................................................................................................................................................
Front And Rear Panel10................................................................................................................................................................
Front Panel10................................................................................................................................................................
Rear Panel13................................................................................................................................................................
Objects And Functions In The Lcd Screen15................................................................................................................................................................
Setup17................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Audio Equipment Etc18................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting The Power Cable18................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Audio Output Devices18................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Audio Input Devices19................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Digital Recording Equipment19................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Midi Equipment19................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting A Midi Keyboard19................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting A Sequencer (computer)20................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Installation20................................................................................................................................................................
About Separately Sold Options20................................................................................................................................................................
Turning The Power On/off21................................................................................................................................................................
Turning The Power On21................................................................................................................................................................
Turning The Power Off21................................................................................................................................................................
Listening To The Demo Songs22................................................................................................................................................................
Quick Start23................................................................................................................................................................
Playing From A Midi Keyboard (program, Combination Mode)24................................................................................................................................................................
Listening To The Sound Of A Program24................................................................................................................................................................
Listening To The Sound Of A Combination25................................................................................................................................................................
Using Controllers To Modify The Sound25................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Arpeggiator While You Play27................................................................................................................................................................
Playing With A Computer/sequencer (multi Mode)30................................................................................................................................................................
Playing In Multi Mode30................................................................................................................................................................
Controlling Tracks From Your Computer/ Sequencer31................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Rppr (realtime Pattern Play/recording) Function31................................................................................................................................................................
Simple Program Editing32................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Edit32................................................................................................................................................................
Realtime Controls33................................................................................................................................................................
Simple Combination Editing33................................................................................................................................................................
An Example Of Editing33................................................................................................................................................................
Listening To Sampled Sounds35................................................................................................................................................................
Sampling (recording A Sample)35................................................................................................................................................................
Sample A Drum Phrase35................................................................................................................................................................
Assign Samples To A Multisample36................................................................................................................................................................
Make Loop Settings37................................................................................................................................................................
Convert To A Program38................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Functions39................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Operation Of The Triton-rack40................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Modes, Pages And Tabs; Setting Parameters40................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Modes40................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Pages And Tabs40................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Parameters41................................................................................................................................................................
Setting A Parameter41................................................................................................................................................................
Saving Data42................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Data That Can Be Saved42................................................................................................................................................................
Writing To Internal Memory43................................................................................................................................................................
Writing A Program Or Combination43................................................................................................................................................................
Writing Global Settings, User Drum Kits, And User Arpeggio Patterns45................................................................................................................................................................
Saving On External Media46................................................................................................................................................................
Midi Data Dump47................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring The Factory Settings48................................................................................................................................................................
Loading The Preloaded Data And Demo Songs48................................................................................................................................................................
Loading Programs, Combinations, Global48................................................................................................................................................................
Settings, Arpeggio Patterns, And Drum Kits48................................................................................................................................................................
Loading The Demo Songs48................................................................................................................................................................
Program Mode49................................................................................................................................................................
How A Program Is Organized49................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Program Editing49................................................................................................................................................................
Oscillator Settings 2.1: Ed-basic50................................................................................................................................................................
Controller Settings 2.2: Ed-ctrl51................................................................................................................................................................
Pitch Settings 3.1: Ed-pitch51................................................................................................................................................................
Filter Settings 4.1: Ed-filter1, 4.2: Ed-filter252................................................................................................................................................................
Amplifier Settings 5.1: Ed-amp1, 5.2: Ed-amp254................................................................................................................................................................
Lfo Settings 5.3: Ed-lfos55................................................................................................................................................................
Arpeggiator Settings 6.1: Ed-arp55................................................................................................................................................................
Bus Settings 7.1: Ed-bus55................................................................................................................................................................
Insert Effect Settings 7.2: Ed-insertfx55................................................................................................................................................................
Master Effect Settings 7.3: Ed-masterfx55................................................................................................................................................................
More About Alternate Modulation56................................................................................................................................................................
Combination Mode57................................................................................................................................................................
How A Combination Is Organized57................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Combination Editing57................................................................................................................................................................
Timbre 1-8 Program, Pan And Volume58................................................................................................................................................................
2.1: Ed-prog/mix58................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For Status, Midi Channel, And Playing Mode 3.1: Ed-param159................................................................................................................................................................
Note Timing And Scale Settings60................................................................................................................................................................
3.2: Ed-param260................................................................................................................................................................
Layer And Split Settings 3.3: Ed-key Zone60................................................................................................................................................................
Velocity Switch Settings 3.4: Ed-vel Zone60................................................................................................................................................................
Midi Filter Settings 4.1: Ed-midi Filter1- 4.4: Ed-midi Filter461................................................................................................................................................................
Multi Mode62................................................................................................................................................................
Features Of The Multi Mode62................................................................................................................................................................
The Oganization Of Multi Mode63................................................................................................................................................................
Multis63................................................................................................................................................................
Patterns63................................................................................................................................................................
Multi Settings64................................................................................................................................................................
Program, Pan, And Volume Settings For Each Track 1-16 1.1: Play64................................................................................................................................................................
Controller Settings 2.2: Controller65................................................................................................................................................................
Status, Midi Channel, And Note Mode Settings 3.1: Param165................................................................................................................................................................
3.2: Param265................................................................................................................................................................
Layer And Split Settings 3.3: Key Zone65................................................................................................................................................................
Velocity Switch Settings 3.4: Vel Zone65................................................................................................................................................................
Midi Filter Settings 4.1: Midi Filter1- 4.4: Midi Filter465................................................................................................................................................................
Pattern And Rppr Settings66................................................................................................................................................................
5.1: Rppr66................................................................................................................................................................
Arpeggiator Settings 6.1: Arp66................................................................................................................................................................
Bus Settings 7.1: Bus66................................................................................................................................................................
Insert Effect Settings 7.2: Insertfx66................................................................................................................................................................
Master Effect Settings 7.3: Masterfx66................................................................................................................................................................
Recording On A Pattern66................................................................................................................................................................
Realtime Recording To A Pattern66................................................................................................................................................................
Step Recording On A Track Or Pattern68................................................................................................................................................................
Editing68................................................................................................................................................................
Pattern Editing68................................................................................................................................................................
Rppr (realtime Pattern Play/recording) Function69................................................................................................................................................................
Rppr Settings69................................................................................................................................................................
Rppr Playback70................................................................................................................................................................
Sampling Mode71................................................................................................................................................................
Features Of Sampling Mode71................................................................................................................................................................
How Sampling Mode Is Organized72................................................................................................................................................................
In Sampling Mode72................................................................................................................................................................
Samples And Multisamples73................................................................................................................................................................
Sampling74................................................................................................................................................................
Preparations For Sampling74................................................................................................................................................................
Manual Sampling75................................................................................................................................................................
Auto Sampling76................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Multisample Indexes And Sampling76................................................................................................................................................................
Loop Settings77................................................................................................................................................................
The Grid Display78................................................................................................................................................................
Sample (waveform Data) Editing79................................................................................................................................................................
Multisample Editing80................................................................................................................................................................
Editing The Indices80................................................................................................................................................................
Modifying The Settings Of An Index80................................................................................................................................................................
Converting A Multisample To A Program80................................................................................................................................................................
Using Time Slice To Divide A Sample, And Playing It In Multi Mode Rppr81................................................................................................................................................................
Global Mode83................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Drum Kit83................................................................................................................................................................
About Drum Kits83................................................................................................................................................................
Editing A Drum Kit84................................................................................................................................................................
Disk Mode86................................................................................................................................................................
How Disk Mode Is Organized86................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Media That Can Be Used86................................................................................................................................................................
Loading Data87................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Data That Can Be Loaded87................................................................................................................................................................
Data Loading Procedure87................................................................................................................................................................
Formatting Media90................................................................................................................................................................
Cautions When Handling floppy Disks90................................................................................................................................................................
Arpeggiator Settings91................................................................................................................................................................
Arpeggiator Settings For A Program91................................................................................................................................................................
Arpeggiator On/off91................................................................................................................................................................
Linking The Arpeggiator To A Program93................................................................................................................................................................
Arpeggiator Settings In Combination And Multi Modes93................................................................................................................................................................
Linking The Arpeggiator To The Combination94................................................................................................................................................................
Creating An User Arpeggio Pattern95................................................................................................................................................................
About User Arpeggio Patterns95................................................................................................................................................................
Editing A User Arpeggio Pattern95................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Example Pattern96................................................................................................................................................................
Dual Arpeggiator Editing98................................................................................................................................................................
About Arpeggiator Synchronization99................................................................................................................................................................
Synchronizing Arpeggiators A And B99................................................................................................................................................................
Synchronization With Pattern Playback In Multi Mode, Synchronization With Rppr Pattern Playback In Multi Mode99................................................................................................................................................................
Synchronization With An External Sequencer In Program, Combination, Or Multi Mode99................................................................................................................................................................
Effects Settings100................................................................................................................................................................
Effects In Each Mode100................................................................................................................................................................
Routing Settings And Effect Settings101................................................................................................................................................................
Effect Settings For A Program101................................................................................................................................................................
Effect Settings In Combination, And Multi Modes102................................................................................................................................................................
Effect Settings In Sampling Mode103................................................................................................................................................................
Effect Settings For The Audio Input103................................................................................................................................................................
About Dynamic Modulation (dmod)104................................................................................................................................................................
Other Functions105................................................................................................................................................................
Tuning To Another Instrument/transposing105................................................................................................................................................................
Bypassing The Effects105................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting Velocity105................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting The Way In Which Velocity Or After Touch Will Affect The Volume Or Tone105................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Original Scales105................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Scale106................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Function Of "sw1" And "sw2106................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The B-mode Functions Of Realtime106................................................................................................................................................................
Controls [1]-[4]106................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting The Contrast (brightness) Of The Lcd Screen107................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Triton-rack As A Data Filer107................................................................................................................................................................
Shortcuts107................................................................................................................................................................
Appendices109................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting109................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications And Options112................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications112................................................................................................................................................................
Options113................................................................................................................................................................
Midi Implementation Chart114................................................................................................................................................................
Index115................................................................................................................................................................

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Korg Triton-Rack Easy Start

Korg Triton-Rack Easy Start (7 pages)

Korg Expandable HI Module/Sampler  
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