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Subject: Korg_TRITON V2 PRO

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Original Message 1/2             18-Mar-06  @  02:00 AM   -   Korg_TRITON V2 PRO      [Link: Korg - Triton V2 Pro]



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I wish korg was clear about the difference between Korg Triton Studio and Korg Triton Pro. I almost bought a Pro because it looks EXACTLY like the Studio and I am wondering what you guys think of in terms of differences that make a differnce. I am having trouble pricing the Pro, but I can see the Studio is quite hefty. If I found a Pro at a bargain, would it be comparable to the Studio? THANKS!

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Message 2/2             02-Apr-06  @  05:01 PM   -   RE: Korg_TRITON V2 PRO


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seems like the PRO version has LESS...

Triton Studio Main Features

* Korg’s HI (Hyper Integrated) synthesis system
* 48 Mbyte PCM ROM, with 429 multisamples and 417 drum samples
* New 16 Mbyte stereo acoustic piano with two levels of velocity switching
* Expandable to a whopping 256 Mbytes of waveform data
* Built-in hard drive and optional CDRW to create music and data CDs
* 1,536 Program locations are provided in user-writable memory (512 preloaded)
* 1,536 Combination locations are provided in user-writable memory (512 preloaded)
* 256 sounds and 9 drum kits in ROM for GM2 compatibility
* 144 user drum kits (20 preloaded)
* Five insert effects, two master effects, a three-band master EQ
* 102 different studio quality effect types
* 6 outputs plus digital 96kHz S/PDIF & SCSI
* Powerful dual polyphonic arpeggiators
* RPPR, Realtime Pattern Play/Recording
* High-grade mono/stereo 16-bit sampling at a stunning 48 kHz sampling frequency
* Powerful sample editing including Time Slice & Time Stretch
* Sample directly to the internal hard disk to create a mono or stereo .WAV file
* Supports both analog and digital input sampling
* Supports AIFF, .WAV, AKAI (S1000/S3000 samples and mapped multisamples), and Korg format sample data
* 16-track sequencer with "In-Track Sampling"
* Korg’s exclusive TouchView interface gives easy use by directly touching the screen
* Many performance controls like joystick, ribbon controller & realtime control knobs
* 61 and 76-key synth action versions, and an 88-key weighted action model available

Highly Expandable using the following options:

* 6-voice DSP MOSS synthesis engine
* Up to 7 PCM expansion boards (16 Mbytes each)
* ADAT output connector (EXB-DI) with 6-channel support & Word Clock In
* mLAN interface - digital audio/MIDI network (EXB-mLAN)
* Internal 8x CD-RW drive (CDRW-1)

Triton Pro Main Features

Sound Generation Method:
HI (Hyper Integrated) synthesis system

Tone generator:
HI synthesis system; 48 kHz sampling frequency, 32 Mbyte PCM ROM, 425 multisamples + 413 drum samples. Sampling; 16 bit, 48 kHz stereo/mono sampling, 16 Mbytesmemory standard, expandable to 64 Mbytes. Maximum of 1,000 multisamples / 4,000 samples. Up to 128 samples can be assigned to a multisample. AIFF, WAVE, AKAI (S1000/S3000) and Trinity sample data can be loaded. (Triton cannot load Trinity format data from TFD-1S, TFD-2S, TFD-3S and TFD-4S , since they use data-compressed data.)

Sound Source:
62 voices, 62 oscillators (single mode)/ 31 voices, 31oscillators (double mode)

61 notes. All keyboards have velocity and aftertouch sensitivity.

Stereo digital multi-effect system - 2 master effects (mono in, stereo out), 5 insert effects
(stereo in / out), and 1 master EQ (stereo in / out) simultaneously.

Number of effects:
102 (insert effects/ 89 for master effects)

Program / Combination:
640 programs, 512 combinations, 64 drum programs, GM Level 2 - 256 programs + 9 drum set

Sequencer Section:
16 timbres, 16 tracks, 1/192 resolutions, 100 preset / 100 user pattern per a song, 200 songs, 20 cues, 200,000 notes, reads and writes Standard MIDI File (Format 0 and 1)

RPPR (Realtime Pattern Play / Recording):
1 set with 72 patterns available per song

5 preset patterns and 232 patterns (approx. 180 preset)

Joystick, Ribbon controller, 2 x Assignable switches, 4 x Assignable knobs, 3 x Arpeggiator control knobs

Control Inputs:
Damper pedal (Responds to half-pedaling), Assignable (SWITCH, PEDAL), PC interface (TO HOST)

Main = L/MONO,R, Individual = 1, 2, 3, 4, Headphones

1, 2, Level switch LINE / MIC, Level volume

Floppy Disk Drive:
3.5 inch 2DD/2HD


TouchView Graphical User Interface, 320 x 240 dots


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