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Korg Triton Studio Parameter Manual

Korg Triton Studio Parameter Manual (322 pages)

Music workstation/Sampler  
Brand: Korg | Category: Musical Instrument | Size: 9.39 MB
Table of contents
About This Manual2................................................................................................................................................................
Conventions In This Manual2................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Program Mode12................................................................................................................................................................
Program P0: Play12................................................................................................................................................................
0-1: Perf. Edit12................................................................................................................................................................
0-2: Arpeggio14................................................................................................................................................................
0-3: Sampling15................................................................................................................................................................
Audio Inputs Etc17................................................................................................................................................................
Program P1: Edit-basic18................................................................................................................................................................
1-1: Program Basic18................................................................................................................................................................
1-2: Osc Basic20................................................................................................................................................................
And 223................................................................................................................................................................
1-4: Controller23................................................................................................................................................................
Program P2: Edit-pitch23................................................................................................................................................................
2-1: Osc1 P.mod23................................................................................................................................................................
2-2: Osc2 P.mod25................................................................................................................................................................
2-3: Pitch Eg25................................................................................................................................................................
Program P3: Edit-filter27................................................................................................................................................................
3-1: Filter127................................................................................................................................................................
3-2: Filter1 Mod28................................................................................................................................................................
Cutoff Frequency29................................................................................................................................................................
3-4: Filter1 Eg30................................................................................................................................................................
3-5: Filter232................................................................................................................................................................
3-8: Filter2 Eg32................................................................................................................................................................
Program P4: Edit-amp32................................................................................................................................................................
4-1: Amp1 Level/pan32................................................................................................................................................................
4-2: Amp1 Mod33................................................................................................................................................................
4-3: Amp1 Eg34................................................................................................................................................................
4-4: Amp2 Level/pan 4-5: Amp2 Mod35................................................................................................................................................................
4-6: Amp2 Eg35................................................................................................................................................................
Program P5: Edit-common Lfo36................................................................................................................................................................
5-1: Osc1 Lfo136................................................................................................................................................................
5-2: Osc1 Lfo237................................................................................................................................................................
5-3: Osc2 Lfo137................................................................................................................................................................
5-4: Osc2 Lfo237................................................................................................................................................................
Program P7: Edit-arpeggiator37................................................................................................................................................................
7-1: Arpeg. Setup37................................................................................................................................................................
Settings37................................................................................................................................................................
7-2: Scan Zone39................................................................................................................................................................
Program P8: Edit-insert Effect39................................................................................................................................................................
8-1: Routing39................................................................................................................................................................
The Send Levels To The Master Effects39................................................................................................................................................................
8-2: Insert Fx40................................................................................................................................................................
And Make Chain Settings40................................................................................................................................................................
8-3: Ifx 141................................................................................................................................................................
Program P9: Edit-master Effect42................................................................................................................................................................
9-1: Master Fx42................................................................................................................................................................
9-2: Mfx 143................................................................................................................................................................
9-4: Master Eq43................................................................................................................................................................
Combination Mode44................................................................................................................................................................
Combination P0: Play44................................................................................................................................................................
0-1: Prog. Select44................................................................................................................................................................
0-2: Mixer46................................................................................................................................................................
0-5: Sampling47................................................................................................................................................................
Combination P1: Edit-program/mixer48................................................................................................................................................................
1-1: Program/mixer48................................................................................................................................................................
Combination P2: Edit-trk Param49................................................................................................................................................................
2-1: Midi Channel49................................................................................................................................................................
2-2: Osc49................................................................................................................................................................
2-3: Pitch50................................................................................................................................................................
2-4: Other51................................................................................................................................................................
Combination P3: Edit-midi Filter51................................................................................................................................................................
3-1: Midi 151................................................................................................................................................................
3-2: Midi 252................................................................................................................................................................
Combination P4: Edit-zone/ctrl53................................................................................................................................................................
4-1: Key Z53................................................................................................................................................................
4-2: Vel Z53................................................................................................................................................................
Each Timbre53................................................................................................................................................................
Timbre54................................................................................................................................................................
Timbre 355................................................................................................................................................................
Combination P7: Edit-arp55................................................................................................................................................................
7-1: Setup55................................................................................................................................................................
7-4: Scan Zone56................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For Arpeggiator A56................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For Arpeggiator B56................................................................................................................................................................
Combination P8: Edit-insert Fx57................................................................................................................................................................
Off, And Make Chain Settings58................................................................................................................................................................
Combination P9: Edit-master Fx59................................................................................................................................................................
Sequencer Mode60................................................................................................................................................................
Sequencer P0: Play/rec60................................................................................................................................................................
0-1: Prog60................................................................................................................................................................
0-2: Prog. 9-1660................................................................................................................................................................
0-3: Mixer66................................................................................................................................................................
0-4: Mixer 9-1666................................................................................................................................................................
0-5: Plyloop66................................................................................................................................................................
0-6: Plyloop 9-1666................................................................................................................................................................
0-7: Sampling67................................................................................................................................................................
0-8: Preference68................................................................................................................................................................
You Can Make Metronome Settings69................................................................................................................................................................
Sequencer P1: Cue List70................................................................................................................................................................
1-1: Cue List70................................................................................................................................................................
Sequencer P2: Trk Param73................................................................................................................................................................
2-1: Midi Ch73................................................................................................................................................................
2-2: Midi Ch 9-1673................................................................................................................................................................
For Each Track73................................................................................................................................................................
2-4: Osc 9-1674................................................................................................................................................................
2-5: Pitch74................................................................................................................................................................
2-6: Pitch 9-1674................................................................................................................................................................
2-7: Other75................................................................................................................................................................
2-8: Other 9-1675................................................................................................................................................................
Sequencer P3: Midi Filter76................................................................................................................................................................
3-1: Midi76................................................................................................................................................................
3-2: Midi 1 9-1676................................................................................................................................................................
3-4: Midi 2 9-1676................................................................................................................................................................
Midi 3 9–1676................................................................................................................................................................
3-7: Midi77................................................................................................................................................................
3-8: Midi 4 9-1677................................................................................................................................................................
Sequencer P4: Zone/ctrl77................................................................................................................................................................
Track77................................................................................................................................................................
Key Z 9–1677................................................................................................................................................................
4-3: Vel Z78................................................................................................................................................................
4-5: Moss78................................................................................................................................................................
4-7: Controller78................................................................................................................................................................
Each Track78................................................................................................................................................................
Vel Z 9–1678................................................................................................................................................................
Moss 9–1678................................................................................................................................................................
Sequencer P5: Track Edit79................................................................................................................................................................
5-1: Track Edit79................................................................................................................................................................
5-2: Track Name86................................................................................................................................................................
Sequencer P6: Pattern/rppr87................................................................................................................................................................
6-1: Pattern Edit87................................................................................................................................................................
6-2: Pattern Name89................................................................................................................................................................
6-3: Rppr Setup90................................................................................................................................................................
Sequencer P7: Arpeggiator92................................................................................................................................................................
Setup 9–1692................................................................................................................................................................
7-5: Scan Zone93................................................................................................................................................................
Sequencer P8: Insert Effect94................................................................................................................................................................
Routing 9–1694................................................................................................................................................................
8-3: Insert Fx95................................................................................................................................................................
8-4: Ifx 196................................................................................................................................................................
Sequencer P9: Master Effect96................................................................................................................................................................
Sampling Mode98................................................................................................................................................................
Sampling P0: Recording99................................................................................................................................................................
0-1: Recording99................................................................................................................................................................
0-2: Input/setup107................................................................................................................................................................
0-3: Preference109................................................................................................................................................................
0-4: Memory Status110................................................................................................................................................................
Sampling P1: Sample Edit111................................................................................................................................................................
1-1: Sample Edit111................................................................................................................................................................
Sampling P2: Loop Edit118................................................................................................................................................................
2-1: Loop Edit118................................................................................................................................................................
Sampling P3: Multisample128................................................................................................................................................................
3-1: Multisample128................................................................................................................................................................
3-2: Preference130................................................................................................................................................................
Sampling P4: Controller Setup130................................................................................................................................................................
Sampling P5: Audio Cd131................................................................................................................................................................
5-1: Audio Cd131................................................................................................................................................................
Sampling P8: Insert Effect133................................................................................................................................................................
8-5: Ifx 3133................................................................................................................................................................
Make Chain Settings133................................................................................................................................................................
Song Play Mode134................................................................................................................................................................
Song Play P0: Prog/mix134................................................................................................................................................................
Prog. 9–16134................................................................................................................................................................
Set Pan And Volume For Each Track136................................................................................................................................................................
Output136................................................................................................................................................................
Mixer 9–16136................................................................................................................................................................
Song Play P1: Track137................................................................................................................................................................
Status 9–16137................................................................................................................................................................
Song Play P2: Controller Setup138................................................................................................................................................................
Song Play P3: Select Directory/jukebox139................................................................................................................................................................
You Want To Play139................................................................................................................................................................
Song Play P7: Arpeggiator140................................................................................................................................................................
Song Play P8: Insert Effect142................................................................................................................................................................
8-2: Routing 9-16142................................................................................................................................................................
Song Play P9: Master Effect144................................................................................................................................................................
9-2: Mfx1144................................................................................................................................................................
9-3: Mfx2144................................................................................................................................................................
Global Mode146................................................................................................................................................................
Global P0: Basic Setup146................................................................................................................................................................
0-1: Basic146................................................................................................................................................................
0-3: Input/sampling150................................................................................................................................................................
0-4: Mlan Output151................................................................................................................................................................
0-5: Mlan Input152................................................................................................................................................................
Global P1: Midi153................................................................................................................................................................
1-1: Midi153................................................................................................................................................................
Global P2: Controller157................................................................................................................................................................
2-1: Controller157................................................................................................................................................................
Global P3: User Scale157................................................................................................................................................................
3-1: User Scale157................................................................................................................................................................
Global P4: Category Name158................................................................................................................................................................
4-1: Program Cat158................................................................................................................................................................
4-2: Comb Cat158................................................................................................................................................................
Global P5: Drum Kit159................................................................................................................................................................
5-1: Sample Setup159................................................................................................................................................................
5-2: Voice/mixer161................................................................................................................................................................
Global P6: User Arpeggio162................................................................................................................................................................
6-1: Pattern Setup162................................................................................................................................................................
Pattern163................................................................................................................................................................
Disk Mode166................................................................................................................................................................
Files, Directories, And Icons166................................................................................................................................................................
0-1: Load167................................................................................................................................................................
Protect Settings171................................................................................................................................................................
0-2: Save176................................................................................................................................................................
Media177................................................................................................................................................................
0–3f: Format181................................................................................................................................................................
0–3g: Convert To Iso9660 Format182................................................................................................................................................................
0–3h: Rate Convert182................................................................................................................................................................
0–3i: Check Medium182................................................................................................................................................................
Effect Guide188................................................................................................................................................................
Overview188................................................................................................................................................................
Effects In Each Mode188................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic Modulation (dmod)188................................................................................................................................................................
Effect I/o188................................................................................................................................................................
Insert Effects (ifx 1, 2, 3, 4, 5)189................................................................................................................................................................
In/out189................................................................................................................................................................
Routing190................................................................................................................................................................
Mixer192................................................................................................................................................................
Controlling The Insert Effects Via Midi193................................................................................................................................................................
Master Effects (mfx1, 2)193................................................................................................................................................................
Controlling The Master Effects Via Midi196................................................................................................................................................................
Master Eq196................................................................................................................................................................
Main Output196................................................................................................................................................................
Individual Outputs196................................................................................................................................................................
Effect/mixer Block Diagram197................................................................................................................................................................
Program197................................................................................................................................................................
Combination197................................................................................................................................................................
Sampling197................................................................................................................................................................
Filter/dynamic198................................................................................................................................................................
Filter And Dynamics Control Effects198................................................................................................................................................................
000: No Effect198................................................................................................................................................................
001: St. Amp Simulation (stereo Amp Simulation)198................................................................................................................................................................
002: Stereo Compressor198................................................................................................................................................................
003: Stereo Limiter198................................................................................................................................................................
004: Multiband Limiter199................................................................................................................................................................
005: Stereo Gate200................................................................................................................................................................
006: Od/hi.gain Wah (overdrive/hi.gain Wah)200................................................................................................................................................................
008: St. Graphic 7eq (stereo Graphic 7 Band Eq)202................................................................................................................................................................
009: St. Wah/auto Wah (stereo Wah/auto Wah)202................................................................................................................................................................
010: St. Random Filter (stereo Random Filter)203................................................................................................................................................................
011: St. Exciter/enhncr (stereo Exciter/enhancer)204................................................................................................................................................................
012: St. Sub Oscillator (stereo Sub Oscillator)204................................................................................................................................................................
013: Talking Modulator205................................................................................................................................................................
014: Stereo Decimator206................................................................................................................................................................
Pitch/phase Mod207................................................................................................................................................................
Pitch/phase Modulation Effects207................................................................................................................................................................
016: Stereo Chorus207................................................................................................................................................................
017: St. Harmonic Chorus (stereo Harmonic Chorus)207................................................................................................................................................................
018: Multitap Cho/delay (multitap Chorus/delay)208................................................................................................................................................................
019: Ensemble208................................................................................................................................................................
020: Stereo Flanger209................................................................................................................................................................
021: St. Random Flanger (stereo Random Flanger)209................................................................................................................................................................
022: St. Env. Flanger (stereo Envelope Flanger)210................................................................................................................................................................
023: Stereo Phaser210................................................................................................................................................................
024: St. Random Phaser (stereo Random Phaser)211................................................................................................................................................................
025: St. Env. Phaser (stereo Envelope Phaser)211................................................................................................................................................................
026: St. Biphase Mod. (stereo Biphase Modulation)212................................................................................................................................................................
027: Stereo Vibrato212................................................................................................................................................................
028: St. Auto Fade Mod. (stereo Auto Fade Modulation)213................................................................................................................................................................
029: 2voice Resonator213................................................................................................................................................................
030: Doppler214................................................................................................................................................................
031: Scratch215................................................................................................................................................................
Mod./p.shift216................................................................................................................................................................
Other Modulation And Pitch Shift Effects216................................................................................................................................................................
032: Stereo Tremolo216................................................................................................................................................................
033: St. Env. Tremolo (stereo Envelope Tremolo)216................................................................................................................................................................
034: Stereo Auto Pan217................................................................................................................................................................
035: St. Phaser + Trml (stereo Phaser + Tremolo)217................................................................................................................................................................
St. Ring Modulator (stereo Ring Modulator)218................................................................................................................................................................
037: Detune219................................................................................................................................................................
038: Pitch Shifter219................................................................................................................................................................
039: Pitch Shift Mod. (pitch Shift Modulation)220................................................................................................................................................................
040: Rotary Speaker220................................................................................................................................................................
Er/delay221................................................................................................................................................................
Early Reflection And Delay Effects221................................................................................................................................................................
041: Early Reflections221................................................................................................................................................................
042: Auto Reverse222................................................................................................................................................................
043: L/c/r Delay222................................................................................................................................................................
044: Stereo/cross Delay223................................................................................................................................................................
045: St. Multitap Delay (stereo Multitap Delay)223................................................................................................................................................................
St. Modulation Delay (stereo Modulation Delay)224................................................................................................................................................................
St. Dynamic Delay (stereo Dynamic Delay)224................................................................................................................................................................
048: St. Auto Panning Dly (stereo Auto Panning Delay)225................................................................................................................................................................
049: L/c/r Bpm Delay225................................................................................................................................................................
050: St. Bpm Delay (stereo Bpm Delay)226................................................................................................................................................................
051: Sequence Delay226................................................................................................................................................................
Reverb227................................................................................................................................................................
Reverb Effects227................................................................................................................................................................
052: Reverb Hall227................................................................................................................................................................
053: Reverb Smoothhall227................................................................................................................................................................
054: Reverb Wet Plate227................................................................................................................................................................
055: Reverb Dry Plate227................................................................................................................................................................
056: Reverb Room228................................................................................................................................................................
057: Reverb Brightroom228................................................................................................................................................................
Mono - Mono Chain228................................................................................................................................................................
Effects That Combine Two Mono Effects Connected In Series228................................................................................................................................................................
058: P4eq - Exciter (parametric 4-band Eq - Exciter)228................................................................................................................................................................
059: P4eq - Wah (parametric 4-band Eq - Wah/auto Wah)229................................................................................................................................................................
060: P4eq - Cho/flng (parametric 4-band Eq - Chorus/flanger)229................................................................................................................................................................
P4eq – Phaser (parametric 4-band Eq – Phaser)230................................................................................................................................................................
P4eq – Mt. Delay (parametric 4-band Eq – Multitap Delay)230................................................................................................................................................................
063: Comp - Wah (compressor - Wah/auto Wah)231................................................................................................................................................................
064: Comp - Amp Sim (compressor - Amp Simulation)231................................................................................................................................................................
065: Comp - Od/higain (compressor - Overdrive/hi.gain)231................................................................................................................................................................
066: Comp - Param4eq (compressor - Parametric 4-band Eq)232................................................................................................................................................................
067: Comp - Cho/flng (compressor - Chorus/flanger)232................................................................................................................................................................
068: Comp - Phaser (compressor - Phaser)233................................................................................................................................................................
069: Comp - Mt. Delay (compressor - Multitap Delay)233................................................................................................................................................................
070: Limiter - P4eq (limiter - Parametric 4-band Eq)234................................................................................................................................................................
071: Limiter - Cho/flng (limiter - Chorus/flanger)234................................................................................................................................................................
072: Limiter - Phaser235................................................................................................................................................................
073: Limiter - Mt. Delay (limiter - Multitap Delay)235................................................................................................................................................................
074: Exciter - Comp (exciter - Compressor)236................................................................................................................................................................
075: Exciter - Limiter236................................................................................................................................................................
076: Exciter - Cho/flng (exciter - Chorus/flanger)236................................................................................................................................................................
077: Exciter - Phaser237................................................................................................................................................................
078: Exciter - Mt. Delay (exciter - Multitap Delay)237................................................................................................................................................................
079: Od/hg - Amp Sim (overdrive/hi.gain - Amp Simulation)238................................................................................................................................................................
080: Od/hg - Cho/flng (overdrive/hi.gain - Chorus/flanger)238................................................................................................................................................................
081: Od/hg - Phaser (overdrive/hi.gain - Phaser)239................................................................................................................................................................
082: Od/hg - Mt. Delay (overdrive/hi.gain - Multitap Delay)239................................................................................................................................................................
083: Wah - Amp Sim (wah/auto Wah - Amp Simulation)240................................................................................................................................................................
084: Decimator - Amp (decimator - Amp Simulation)240................................................................................................................................................................
085: Decimator - Comp (decimator - Compressor)240................................................................................................................................................................
086: Amp Sim - Tremolo (amp Simulation - Tremolo)241................................................................................................................................................................
087: Cho/flng - Mt. Dly (chorus/flanger - Multitap Delay)241................................................................................................................................................................
088: Phaser - Cho/flng (phaser - Chorus/flanger)242................................................................................................................................................................
089: Reverb - Gate242................................................................................................................................................................
Double Size243................................................................................................................................................................
Double-size Effects243................................................................................................................................................................
090: Piano Body/damper (piano Body/damper Simulation)243................................................................................................................................................................
091: St. Mltband Limiter (stereo Multiband Limiter)243................................................................................................................................................................
092: Od/hypergain Wah (overdrive/hyper Gain Wah)243................................................................................................................................................................
093: Vocoder244................................................................................................................................................................
094: Multitap Cho/delay (multitap Chorus/delay)245................................................................................................................................................................
095: St. Pitch Shifter (stereo Pitch Shifter)245................................................................................................................................................................
096: Rotary Speaker Od (rotary Speaker Overdrive)246................................................................................................................................................................
097: Early Reflections247................................................................................................................................................................
098: L/c/r Long Delay247................................................................................................................................................................
099: St/cross Long Dly (stereo/cross Long Delay)247................................................................................................................................................................
100: Lcr Bpm Long Dly (l/c/r Bpm Long Delay)248................................................................................................................................................................
101: St. Bpm Long Delay (stereo Bpm Long Delay)248................................................................................................................................................................
102: Hold Delay249................................................................................................................................................................
Appendices252................................................................................................................................................................
Alternate Modulation Source (ams)252................................................................................................................................................................
About Alternate Modulation252................................................................................................................................................................
About Alternate Modulation Sources252................................................................................................................................................................
Ams (alternate Modulation Source) List253................................................................................................................................................................
Alternate Modulation Settings255................................................................................................................................................................
Applications255................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic Modulation Source (dmod)257................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic Modulation Source List258................................................................................................................................................................
About The Bpm/midi Sync Function259................................................................................................................................................................
Sw1/2 Assign260................................................................................................................................................................
Sw1, Sw2 Assign List260................................................................................................................................................................
Knob 1261................................................................................................................................................................
Realtime Control Knobs B-assign List261................................................................................................................................................................
Foot Switch Assign262................................................................................................................................................................
Foot Switch Assign List262................................................................................................................................................................
Foot Pedal Assign263................................................................................................................................................................
Foot Pedal Assign List263................................................................................................................................................................
Midi Transmission When The Triton Studio's Controllers Are Operated264................................................................................................................................................................
Triton Studio Operations When Control Changes Are266................................................................................................................................................................
Midi Applications269................................................................................................................................................................
I About Midi269................................................................................................................................................................
I Connecting Midi Devices/computers (midi Connectors)269................................................................................................................................................................
I Messages Transmitted And Received By The Triton Studio270................................................................................................................................................................
Triton Studio Midi Implementation280................................................................................................................................................................
Various Messages283................................................................................................................................................................
Data Compatibility290................................................................................................................................................................
Disk Mode Information294................................................................................................................................................................
Chunks That Are Supported294................................................................................................................................................................
About Korg Format files295................................................................................................................................................................
Option Boards/memory/calendar Battery297................................................................................................................................................................
Please Note When Installing An Option Board/memory297................................................................................................................................................................
Cautions When Installing The Calendar Battery297................................................................................................................................................................
About Option Boards/memory/calendar Battery298................................................................................................................................................................
Checking After Installation298................................................................................................................................................................
Installing An Exb-pcm299................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Dram Simm301................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Exb-moss302................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Exb-di303................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Exb-mlan304................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Cdrw-1305................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Calendar Battery308................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting External Scsi Devices309................................................................................................................................................................
Exb-di Option311................................................................................................................................................................
Index313................................................................................................................................................................

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Korg Triton Studio Basic Manual

Korg Triton Studio Basic Manual (167 pages)

Korg Basic Guide music workstation, sampler  
Brand: Korg | Category: Musical Instrument | Size: 4.83 MB
Table of contents
Important Safety Instructions2................................................................................................................................................................
Data Handling3................................................................................................................................................................
Handling Of The Internal Hard Drive3................................................................................................................................................................
Copyright Warning3................................................................................................................................................................
About This Manual4................................................................................................................................................................
Conventions In This Manual4................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction9................................................................................................................................................................
Main Features9................................................................................................................................................................
Front And Rear Panel11................................................................................................................................................................
Front Panel11................................................................................................................................................................
Rear Panel14................................................................................................................................................................
Names And Functions Of Objects In The Lcd Screen16................................................................................................................................................................
Connections18................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting The Power Cable19................................................................................................................................................................
Analog Audio Output Connections19................................................................................................................................................................
Analog Audio Input Connections19................................................................................................................................................................
Digital Audio Input/output Connections19................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Pedals19................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Device Connections20................................................................................................................................................................
Connections To Midi Equipment/computers20................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Options20................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Concepts21................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The Modes21................................................................................................................................................................
About Polyphony23................................................................................................................................................................
Tone Generators And Oscillators23................................................................................................................................................................
Number Of Voices In Each Mode23................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Operation24................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Modes24................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting24................................................................................................................................................................
Setting A Parameter25................................................................................................................................................................
Quick Start27................................................................................................................................................................
Turning The Power On/off27................................................................................................................................................................
Turning The Power On27................................................................................................................................................................
Turning The Power Off27................................................................................................................................................................
Listening To A Demo Song28................................................................................................................................................................
Loading The Demo Song Data In Disk Mode28................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting And Playing A Demonstration Song In Sequencer Mode29................................................................................................................................................................
Playing A Cue List29................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting And Playing A Program30................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Program30................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting And Playing A Combination32................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Combination32................................................................................................................................................................
Using Controllers To Modify The Sound33................................................................................................................................................................
Joystick33................................................................................................................................................................
Ribbon Controller33................................................................................................................................................................
Sw1, Sw233................................................................................................................................................................
Realtime Controls [1], [2], [3], [4]34................................................................................................................................................................
[value] Slider35................................................................................................................................................................
Keyboard35................................................................................................................................................................
Foot Pedals/switch36................................................................................................................................................................
Arpeggiator [tempo] Knob, [gate] Knob, [velocity] Knob36................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Arpeggiator While You Play37................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Arpeggiator In Program Mode37................................................................................................................................................................
Settings Using Controllers37................................................................................................................................................................
Settings In The Lcd Screen38................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Arpeggiator In Combination Mode39................................................................................................................................................................
Playing With The Rppr (realtime Pattern Play/recording) Function41................................................................................................................................................................
Simple Program Editing42................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Edit42................................................................................................................................................................
Realtime Controls42................................................................................................................................................................
Simple Combination Editing43................................................................................................................................................................
An Example Of Editing43................................................................................................................................................................
Sampling (recording A Sample)45................................................................................................................................................................
Sampling A Vocal From A Mic, And Playing It As A "one-shot" Sample45................................................................................................................................................................
Applying An Insert Effect To The Audio Input And Sampling The Result47................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning A Name To The Sample Or Multisample48................................................................................................................................................................
Saving Sample Data49................................................................................................................................................................
Converting A Multisample Into A Program49................................................................................................................................................................
Sampling And Looping A Drum Phrase50................................................................................................................................................................
Resampling An Arpeggiated Phrase In Program Mode53................................................................................................................................................................
Sample An Arpeggiated Drum Phrase Together With An Externally-input Guitar54................................................................................................................................................................
Producing A Song57................................................................................................................................................................
Creating The Basic Song57................................................................................................................................................................
Naming The Song And Tracks61................................................................................................................................................................
Saving The Song62................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Functions63................................................................................................................................................................
Saving Data63................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Data That Can Be Saved63................................................................................................................................................................
Writing To Internal Memory64................................................................................................................................................................
Writing A Program Or Combination64................................................................................................................................................................
Writing Global Settings, User Drum Kits, And User Arpeggio Patterns66................................................................................................................................................................
Saving On Media67................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Media That Can Be Used67................................................................................................................................................................
Formatting Media68................................................................................................................................................................
How To Save Data68................................................................................................................................................................
Midi Data Dump70................................................................................................................................................................
Loading Data And Restoring The Factory Settings71................................................................................................................................................................
Loading Data71................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Data That Can Be Loaded71................................................................................................................................................................
Loading Data/restoring The Factory Settings71................................................................................................................................................................
Loading .pcg Files And .sng Files From The Floppy Disks Included With The Exb-pcm Series And Exb-moss Options73................................................................................................................................................................
Program Settings75................................................................................................................................................................
How A Program Is Organized75................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Program Editing75................................................................................................................................................................
Oscillator Settings P1: Edit-basic76................................................................................................................................................................
Pitch Settings P2: Edit-pitch78................................................................................................................................................................
Filter Settings P3: Edit-filter79................................................................................................................................................................
Amplifier Settings P4: Edit-amp80................................................................................................................................................................
Lfo Settings P5: Edit-common Lfo82................................................................................................................................................................
Arpeggiator Settings P7: Edit-arpeggiator82................................................................................................................................................................
Insert Effect Settings P8: Edit-insert Effect82................................................................................................................................................................
Master Effect Settings P9: Edit-master Effect82................................................................................................................................................................
More About Alternate Modulation82................................................................................................................................................................
Combination Settings83................................................................................................................................................................
How A Combination Is Organized83................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Combination Editing83................................................................................................................................................................
Timbre 1-8 Program, Pan And Volume P1: Edit-program/mixer84................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For Status, Midi Channel, And Pitch Parameters P2: Edit-trk Param85................................................................................................................................................................
Midi Filter Settings P3: Edit-midi Filter86................................................................................................................................................................
Layer, Split, And Velocity Switch Settings/controller Settings P4: Edit-zone/ctrl86................................................................................................................................................................
Arpeggiator Settings P7: Edit-arp87................................................................................................................................................................
Insert Effect Settings P8: Edit-insert Fx87................................................................................................................................................................
Master Effect Settings P9: Edit-master Fx87................................................................................................................................................................
Producing Songs88................................................................................................................................................................
Features Of The Sequencer88................................................................................................................................................................
The Structure Of Sequencer Mode89................................................................................................................................................................
Songs89................................................................................................................................................................
Patterns89................................................................................................................................................................
Cue List89................................................................................................................................................................
Preparations For Recording90................................................................................................................................................................
Recording Methods91................................................................................................................................................................
Realtime Recording On A Track91................................................................................................................................................................
Step Recording94................................................................................................................................................................
Event Edit And Create Control Data94................................................................................................................................................................
Realtime-recording To A Pattern94................................................................................................................................................................
Song Editing Methods96................................................................................................................................................................
Copying A Song96................................................................................................................................................................
Naming A Song96................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Number Of Measures In The Song96................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Key (transposing/modulating)97................................................................................................................................................................
Creating And Playing A Cue List98................................................................................................................................................................
Converting A Song100................................................................................................................................................................
Creating And Recording Rppr (realtime Pattern Play/record)100................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Rppr Data100................................................................................................................................................................
Rppr Playback101................................................................................................................................................................
Realtime-recording An Rppr Performance102................................................................................................................................................................
Recording The Sounds Of A Combination103................................................................................................................................................................
Caution And Other Functions In Sequencer Mode105................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Protect106................................................................................................................................................................
About Midi106................................................................................................................................................................
Sampling Settings107................................................................................................................................................................
Features Of Sampling On The Triton Studio107................................................................................................................................................................
How Sampling Mode Is Organized108................................................................................................................................................................
Samples And Multisamples109................................................................................................................................................................
Preparations For Sampling110................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting An Input Device And Making Input Settings110................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Recording Level (recording Level [db])111................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying The Recording Method (recording Setup/sampling Setup)112................................................................................................................................................................
Making Settings For The Sample To Be Recorded (rec Sample Setup/sampling Setup)112................................................................................................................................................................
Sampling And Editing In Sampling Mode114................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Multisample Indexes And Sampling114................................................................................................................................................................
Applying An Insert Effect To A Sample And Resampling It115................................................................................................................................................................
Ripping116................................................................................................................................................................
Loop Settings118................................................................................................................................................................
Sample (waveform Data) Editing119................................................................................................................................................................
Multisample Editing119................................................................................................................................................................
Converting A Multisample To A Program120................................................................................................................................................................
Using Time Slice To Divide A Sample, And Playing It In Sequencer Mode120................................................................................................................................................................
Sampling In Program, Combination, Or Sequencer Modes123................................................................................................................................................................
Record An External Audio Input Source While A Song Plays, And Create Event Data At The Same Time (in-track Sampling Function)123................................................................................................................................................................
Resampling The Song Playback To Create A Wave File On The Hard Drive124................................................................................................................................................................
Creating An Audio Cd From Wave Files Sampled To Hard Disk126................................................................................................................................................................
Smf (standard Midi File) Playback128................................................................................................................................................................
The Structure Of Song Play Mode128................................................................................................................................................................
Playing Smf Data129................................................................................................................................................................
Playback Using The Jukebox Function130................................................................................................................................................................
Saving A Jukebox List130................................................................................................................................................................
Playing Along With Smf Data131................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For The Entire Triton Studio (global Settings)132................................................................................................................................................................
Tuning To Another Instrument/transposing132................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting The Way In Which Velocity Or After Touch Will Affect The Volume Or Tone132................................................................................................................................................................
Bypassing The Effects132................................................................................................................................................................
Recalling The Last-selected Mode And Page At Power-on133................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying The Function Of The Assignable Switch And Assignable Pedal133................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Original Scales134................................................................................................................................................................
Drum Kit Settings135................................................................................................................................................................
About Drum Kits135................................................................................................................................................................
Editing A Drum Kit136................................................................................................................................................................
Arpeggiator Settings138................................................................................................................................................................
Arpeggiator Settings For A Program138................................................................................................................................................................
Arpeggiator On/off138................................................................................................................................................................
Arpeggiator Settings In Combination And Sequencer Modes140................................................................................................................................................................
Creating An User Arpeggio Pattern142................................................................................................................................................................
About User Arpeggio Patterns142................................................................................................................................................................
Editing A User Arpeggio Pattern142................................................................................................................................................................
Dual Arpeggiator Editing145................................................................................................................................................................
Synchronizing The Arpeggiator146................................................................................................................................................................
Synchronization Between Arpeggiators A And B146................................................................................................................................................................
Synchronization Between The Arpeggiators And Sequencer In Sequencer Or Song Play Mode146................................................................................................................................................................
Synchronization With An External Sequencer In Program, Combination, Or Sequencer Modes146................................................................................................................................................................
Effects Settings147................................................................................................................................................................
Effects In Each Mode147................................................................................................................................................................
Routing Settings And Effect Settings148................................................................................................................................................................
Effect Settings For A Program148................................................................................................................................................................
Effect Settings In Combination, Song, And Song Play Modes149................................................................................................................................................................
Effect Settings In Sampling Mode150................................................................................................................................................................
Effect Settings For Audio Input151................................................................................................................................................................
About Dynamic Modulation (dmod)152................................................................................................................................................................
Other Functions153................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Function Of [sw1] And [sw2]153................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The B-mode Functions Of Realtime153................................................................................................................................................................
Controls [1]-[4]153................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting The Contrast (brightness) Of The Lcd Screen153................................................................................................................................................................
Sounding A Beep When The Lcd Screen Is Pressed154................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Triton Studio As A Data Filer154................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Calendar Function154................................................................................................................................................................
Shortcuts154................................................................................................................................................................
Appendices155................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting155................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply155................................................................................................................................................................
Lcd Screen155................................................................................................................................................................
Audio Input And Output155................................................................................................................................................................
Program, Combination157................................................................................................................................................................
Song157................................................................................................................................................................
Sampling157................................................................................................................................................................
Drum Kits158................................................................................................................................................................
Arpeggiator158................................................................................................................................................................
Effects158................................................................................................................................................................
Midi159................................................................................................................................................................
Media159................................................................................................................................................................
Wave Files160................................................................................................................................................................
Other160................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications And Options161................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications161................................................................................................................................................................
Options162................................................................................................................................................................
Midi Implementation Chart163................................................................................................................................................................
Index164................................................................................................................................................................
Korg Triton Studio Basic Manual

Korg Triton Studio 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 Studio User Manual

Korg Triton Studio User Manual (91 pages)

Music Workstation/Sampler  
Brand: Korg | Category: Musical Instrument | Size: 0.6 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Features And Benefits4................................................................................................................................................................
Connections10................................................................................................................................................................
Disk Mode10................................................................................................................................................................
Loading The Preload Disks10................................................................................................................................................................
Playing The Factory Demos12................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Navigation13................................................................................................................................................................
Program Mode15................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Programs15................................................................................................................................................................
Ams And Effect Dynamic Modulation19................................................................................................................................................................
Very Cool Demo Programs22................................................................................................................................................................
Arpeggiator Mode22................................................................................................................................................................
Work With Another Program / Pattern26................................................................................................................................................................
Combination Mode28................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Combinations28................................................................................................................................................................
Very Cool Demo Combinations35................................................................................................................................................................
Inserts And Masters, Eq36................................................................................................................................................................
Working With The Audio Inputs And Effects44................................................................................................................................................................
Output Bussing44................................................................................................................................................................
Connect Microphone/set Input Level44................................................................................................................................................................
Sampling Mode46................................................................................................................................................................
Working With Grooves, Loops And Tempo51................................................................................................................................................................
Sequencer Mode56................................................................................................................................................................
Rppr ( Realtime Pattern Play Record)65................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Arpeggiator Tour70................................................................................................................................................................
Output Routing83................................................................................................................................................................
Song Play Mode87................................................................................................................................................................
Global Mode87................................................................................................................................................................
Korg Triton Studio Service Manual

Korg Triton Studio Service Manual (47 pages)

Brand: Korg | Category: Synthesizer | Size: 5.89 MB
Table of contents
Test Mode26................................................................................................................................................................
X-610 2 Linkage Knob A-1-wg31................................................................................................................................................................
Knob P423-95mo (bk L/cgray B)38................................................................................................................................................................
Touch Panel Lcd Kgj-01s41................................................................................................................................................................
Kx-7100 Sensor43................................................................................................................................................................
X-631 Svr Knob(w Grey)45................................................................................................................................................................
X-0100 Simm Cover Koc-c30581 146................................................................................................................................................................
Korg Triton Studio Quick Start Manual

Korg Triton Studio Quick Start Manual (32 pages)

Music workstation/Sampler  
Brand: Korg | Category: Musical Instrument | Size: 3.01 MB
Table of contents
Important Safety Instructions2................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents4................................................................................................................................................................
Setup5................................................................................................................................................................
Listening To The Demo Songs6................................................................................................................................................................
Loading The Demo Song Data6................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting And Playing A Demo Song6................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting And Playing A Program Or Combination8................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Program8................................................................................................................................................................
Using Controllers To Modify The Sound8................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Arpeggiator9................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Combination9................................................................................................................................................................
Simple Program Editing10................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Editor10................................................................................................................................................................
Realtime Controls10................................................................................................................................................................
Saving The Data You Edit11................................................................................................................................................................
Simple Combination Editing12................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Program Assigned To A Timbre12................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting The Pan Of Each Timbre13................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting The Volume Of Each Timbre13................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Split Combination13................................................................................................................................................................
Saving Your Edited Data13................................................................................................................................................................
Simple Arpeggiator Editing14................................................................................................................................................................
Changing A Program's Arpeggiator Pattern14................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting The Arpeggiator Speed14................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Way That The Arpeggio Is Played15................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying The Arpeggio Patterns Used In A Combination16................................................................................................................................................................
Making Arpeggiator Assignments16................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting An Arpeggio Pattern And Specifying How It Will Play16................................................................................................................................................................
The Arpeggiators In Sequencer Mode And Song Play Mode16................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A User Arpeggio Pattern16................................................................................................................................................................
Arpeggiator Assignments In A Combination17................................................................................................................................................................
Editing Effects And Valve Force18................................................................................................................................................................
Working With The Effect Settings In A Program18................................................................................................................................................................
Working With The Effect Settings In A Combination19................................................................................................................................................................
Valve Force Settings20................................................................................................................................................................
Sampling (recording A Sample)22................................................................................................................................................................
Sampling A Vocal From A Mic, And Playing It As A "one-shot" Sample22................................................................................................................................................................
Applying An Insert Effect To The Audio Input And Sampling The Result25................................................................................................................................................................
Applying The Valve Force Effect To The Audio Input And Sampling The Result25................................................................................................................................................................
Saving Your Multisamples And Samples To Media25................................................................................................................................................................
Resampling An Arpeggiated Phrase In Program Mode26................................................................................................................................................................
Producing A Song28................................................................................................................................................................
Loading A Template Song, And Copying Preset Patterns (drum Phrases)28................................................................................................................................................................
Repeatedly Playing Specific Measures Of A Track (track Play Loop)29................................................................................................................................................................
Realtime Recording30................................................................................................................................................................
Realtime-recording An Arpeggio Pattern30................................................................................................................................................................
Step Recording31................................................................................................................................................................
Using Controllers To Record Tonal Changes32................................................................................................................................................................
Recording The Sound Of A Combination Or Program "as Is32................................................................................................................................................................
Saving A Song32................................................................................................................................................................
Korg Triton Studio Easy Start

Korg Triton Studio Easy Start (9 pages)

Music workstation/Sampler  
Brand: Korg | Category: Musical Instrument | Size: 1.25 MB
Table of contents
Selecting And Playing Programs And Combinations3................................................................................................................................................................
Arpeggiator Mode4................................................................................................................................................................
Sequence Mode5................................................................................................................................................................
Sampling Mode6................................................................................................................................................................
Korg Triton Studio Installation Manual

Korg Triton Studio Installation Manual (4 pages)

Internal Hard Disk  
Brand: Korg | Category: Keyboard | Size: 0.28 MB
Korg Triton Studio Installation Manual

Korg Triton Studio Installation Manual (4 pages)

INTERNAL HARD DISK  
Brand: Korg | Category: Storage | Size: 0.29 MB

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