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Average rating: 4.7 out of 5
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TRITON USER a professional user from Singapore writes:
Triton.....I have never seen a machine that has infinite capabilities.From classical to trane.WOWOWO.....i can just go on and on and on.Go get yourself a triton and u will know it for yourself

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Dec-22-2001 at 14:06
Geoff a part-time user from United States writes:
Kurzweil, Yamaha, Roland? Interface design, anyone? Kurzweil's Interface hasn't changed since 1990. Do you think anyone else would get away with that. The Trtion sounds "cheap?" Yeah, right. Whatever! Granted the expansion boards overwrite your sounds on the keyboard, but just how many patches do you want? Go take your unreliable, miserable interface keyboards elsewhere and get a Trtion.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Nov-01-2001 at 13:28
Charles Spencer Smith a part-time user from United States writes:
I agree, the Triton is indeed a worhtwhile investment, especially after you install the MOSS expansion. I have the Triton 64 key I use for studio work and it has served me for all my musical needs. I understand how some may not be impressed by some of the presets (especially the pianos), but come on, I've never bought a synth for the pianos anyway, and samples can fix that. Also, this machine has obscene modulation capabilities and can be programed to create just about any sound you desire. Word of warning: if you're looking for realistic brass and woodwines, look elsewhere. But if you want a machine to serve you for techno or trance, this machine is for you. The effects are superb, especially the compressor and equalizers (great for giving drums that extra punch and texture). The exciters are awesome too. Plus, it just looks bad ass. ;)

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Oct-19-2001 at 16:52
John New a professional user from USA writes:
I use the Triton Pro-X and Triton Rack on stage 4 times a week. I have yet to reach the end of its usefullness and versatility. With each expansion card, I find more and more reassurances about why I spent so much $$. There are weaknesses, yes, in some of the stock setups, but with a little tweaking and some downloads, I never want for more. The Triton will stay in the arsenal, right next to my C-3.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Oct-18-2001 at 04:23
Mo_Phatt a professional user from USA writes:
I own the korg triton....but i think the stock sounds are so plastic and toyish. (please don't ever use the triton for piano sounds). If you want some great piano sounds....check out the ensoniq ZR-76. But with a lil hard work and knowledge, you can program your own sounds on the triton. It's editing capabilites are deep. If you want to make more professional tracks, i'd recommend you to buy logic audio to sequence on. The triton sequencer is good to get your ideas out. Same with sampling...if you want more professional results, get the E-mu's, the Gigasamplers,etc. The triton is for those people who want an all in one machine. But if you don't have a keyboard, triton is nice start. Triton is great for editing and programming sounds...but that's about it. If you already have a don't need another one !!! All you ever really need is a decent keyboard, couple of sound modules like roland's and e-mu's. A "real" sampler....and something like a logic audio and you're ready to make some serious music. If you want a hobby-ist level sequencer and sampling, the triton is all you need. If you want to produce music for a living don't rely on triton's sampling and sequencing. In conclusion, it's a nice add on gear to your other equipments (if your a pro). If your hobbyist looking for the all in one...this is it.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Friday-Sep-14-2001 at 06:13
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