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The Korg Triton is a music workstation synthesizer , featuring digital sampling and sequencing , released in The Triton became renowned as a benchmark of keyboard technology, and has been widely featured in music videos and live concerts. The Korg Triton line is considered the direct descendant of the earlier Korg Trinity line of workstations. The original Triton introduced many improvements over the Trinity, like note polyphony , arpeggiator , onboard sampler , faster operating system and more realtime controllers.
With successive models, some of these shortcomings were rectified, such as the digital connectivity, and improvement of the piano samples. The sample-based synthesis filter section, however, was never improved. Some limited 2-track audio recording was added to later revisions of the Triton Studio, while the Triton Extreme added in-track sampling support,  allowing stereo samples to be recorded in context with a MIDI sequence and automatic triggering of the samples at their proper locations in the sequence during playback.
Whilst less robust in function and practice, in-track sampling did mitigate for the lack of full audio recording in the Triton Extreme. The original Triton was released in and as subsequent models were released became known as the "Classic". It had a key keyboard. The Pro was a key workstation, while the Pro X was an key workstation with weighted keys. The Triton Rack was the rackmount version of the Triton. Since musicians would use it as a sound module rather than a complete workstation , requiring a separate keyboard to control it via MIDI , it was designed with different abilities.
The oversized touchscreen was replaced with a smaller, more conventional graphic LCD. It was only available in a key version with a lesser quality keyboard than the Triton. The Triton Le, released in , was a stripped-down, streamlined version of the original Triton.
Rack The ribbon controller and floppy disk drive were omitted but a Smartmedia slot was instead included. The functionality of the original sequencer and arpeggiator was retained, though. A special edition of Le was released featuring a black body, visually similar but functionally different to the later TR.
PCM data not available on any other Triton models was also included such as improved pianos and acoustic guitars. Unlike previous Tritons, which were a white-silver color, the Extreme was finished in dark blue. Like the Triton "Classic" and Studio, the Triton Extreme included a touch screen interface, along with the knob and button controls.
A USB interface enabled connectivity with a PC , facilitating exchange of samples, sound programs, sequences, and other Triton-compatible files. However, unlike the "Classic", Studio, and Rack versions, the Extreme could not be fitted with sample expansion boards due to the expansion ROMs having been pre-installed.
The sequencer was upgraded to facilitate in-track sampling. The TR also features an SD card slot. The piano quality was also improved compared to the "Classic" and Le keyboards. The X50 and MicroX, released in , were oriented towards the lower end of the market and were consequently less physically robust and included fewer features.
Neither had the sequencing or expansion capability of the TR. USB connection was available for high-speed MIDI control and use with the included plug-in editor , but incompatibilities with the other Tritons hampered the use of libraries for those keyboards. The main difference between the two keyboards was in scale and control layout: the X50 was a key keyboard with pitch and modulation wheels, while the MicroX had only 25 keys with the Triton joystick.
Neither had the aftertouch functionality of the TR keyboard. Both included patch editor and librarian software as well as a plug-in for DAW control, allowing the import and export of Triton-compatible files.
Similarly to the LE and TR, only one insert effect and two master effects could be assigned. A USB-powered controller with the programs from the original factory bank of the Classic, the Triton Taktile is offered in and key versions, with the same semi-weighted though without aftertouch keyboard used on the KROME.
It includes a touch pad inherited from the Kaossilator that lets you play melodies using just a single finger, velocity-sensitive trigger pads 16 on the key, 8 on the key that let you generate chords in the key and scale of your choice, an arpeggiator, ribbon controller, sliders and switches.
Only the Triton Le did not provide this feature. The Triton "Classic", Extreme, and Studio were controlled by a touchscreen. Except for the Triton Taktile, all models of the Korg Triton model range have been discontinued by the manufacturer.
This list represents a wide but not complete range of artists who have used Korg Tritons. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This section needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Retrieved Archived from the original on KORG Global. Korg UK. July 27, Archived from the original PDF on This product has now been discontinued in the UK and information supplied here is for reference only.
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Korg TR88 Keyboard Workstation with Power Supply, Manuals, and Original Box TR 88
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Korg TR88 represents an affordable workstation featuring all the necessary functions of the productive quality instrument. TR61 comprises multisamples and drum samples. The PCM data was enhanced with multi-mode resonant filters. The sounds became more articulated, new stereo piano provides realistic response to your playing dynamics. There are also preloaded combinations. All the program locations are represented as RAM data making it possible to adjust any sound.
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The Korg Triton is a music workstation synthesizer , featuring digital sampling and sequencing , released in The Triton became renowned as a benchmark of keyboard technology, and has been widely featured in music videos and live concerts. The Korg Triton line is considered the direct descendant of the earlier Korg Trinity line of workstations. The original Triton introduced many improvements over the Trinity, like note polyphony , arpeggiator , onboard sampler , faster operating system and more realtime controllers. With successive models, some of these shortcomings were rectified, such as the digital connectivity, and improvement of the piano samples. The sample-based synthesis filter section, however, was never improved.
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