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Average rating: 4.7 out of 5
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Lenti Lenko a professional user from AUSTRALIA writes:
THE TRITON ROCKS!!!! This is the most inspirational keyboard I have played since the Korg T3. I only bought it recently (sold my Trinity Plus for it also!) and there are a few things I still have to master such as some of the new sequencer features and the sampler. It is a superb 'all rounder' synthe that suits any style of music. It has no particularly weak sounds and if there is anything you don't like than you can use the sampler or add expansion boards (up to 2 at a time- not enough slots Korg!). The sampler could have a few enhancements, most notably internal resampling, extra waveform editing such as timestretching and crossfading and compatability with the major computer sample editors. The effects system is THE BEST of any synthe ever made and thanks Korg for finally getting it right in the outputs department (6 freely assignable!). I know that this will become the centre of my studio- it looks great too! If I had to sell all my others bits of gear but was allowed to keep one piece, it would be my Korg Triton- I think it will even pass my old T3 as being my most favourite axe ever!!!!

posted Monday-Nov-29-1999 at 08:10
EvdM from Holland writes:
I think the keyboard on the "standard" Triton feels a bit "heavy" to play on. It´s unlike many other keyboards I have used. I get tired of playing on the Triton quite quickly. The keys are much "heavier" or "harder" to press down than, for example, the Roland XP-30 keys. On most keyboards, the pressure you have to give with your fingers is linear allthe way down to when the keys are fully pressed-down. But on the Triton, it seems like a sort of momentum that you have to press the keys down through. (difficult to explain!) Should I swap my Triton for a Triton ProX for just the easier-to-be-played-on-keyboard ?!?!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Nov-27-1999 at 21:19
Drewbud a part-time user from USA writes:
This is by far the most amaizing creative tool I have ever laid my hands on. Since getting one 2 weeks ago I've called in sick twice, disconnected my phone, and ordered out so I don't have to leave my house The triton is the most user friendly piece of equpment I have ever used.

EVERYONE SHOULD HAVE ONE

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Nov-24-1999 at 11:20
Wayne Young a hobbyist user from England writes:
Triton is by far the best workstation out there. I used to use Cubase for all of my sequencing, but since owning a Triton I haven't even booted my computer until today. I only wish I didn't have to sleep and go to work, then I could spend every hour of every day on this beast of a machine.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Nov-24-1999 at 08:27
Muso a professional user from USA writes:
Just to set the record straight, the exact same components of the body that are made of metal in the Kurzweil K2500 are also metal in the Triton. That includes the front panel, under the keys, rear panel and backside. The metal appears to be aluminum except the bottom panel, which is steel. The end-caps are plastic, as is the modulation/pitchbend/diskdrive housing.How do I know this? I scraped a piece of material from all the parts listed above and subjected them to a live flame torture test. The plastic melted and burned, while the aluminum stayed intact. The steel bottom panel is self-evident. Look at the finish real close and you'll notice the difference in appearance. Feel the different components with your hand and notice the metal is cold whilst the plastic is neutral. I think Korg fooled just about everybody on this, and maybe regret that so many think this exquisite machine is made of cheap plastic. Think for yourself and check it out.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Oct-16-1999 at 01:18
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