Synth Site: Korg: Triton: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.7 out of 5
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x-man a part-timer user from x-world writes:
Hey for the people that are wondering why the sounds are smaller and thinner whne in sequencer mode, this is because in seq. mode all the effects are turned off. So if you want the sounds to sound like they do in program mode you gots to insert the same effects yo!! there is nothing wrong with the Triton!! It ROCKS!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Jul-27-1999 at 21:58
Marq a professional user from Houston, TX(USA) writes:
Hello Folks!, I must say the new TRITON from Korg is a very impressive keyboard. Im a musician who sells keyboards for MARS MUSIC here in Houston, and an owner of a O1/W proX. I played with alot of syths and many of them were good instruments. But the TRITON is just in a class all it's own. The sound selections you may find very useful, and the sampling feature is a huge plus for this beast. The price for this instrument I think many will find reasonible for such a awsome keyboard. So if your in the market for a new keyboard workstation got to your local Korg dealer and check out this TRITON keyboard from Korg.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Jul-18-1999 at 06:03
Reza K.R.G a professional user from Arizona USA writes:
Guys Triton is the best the BEST synthI've ever had I've had EX5, XP80, and K2000 but man the triton blows all three in a sec teh sounds are awesome and they sound more awesome if you mess around with the knobs also the fact thats its way easy to use jus makes you to buy it so thee is no need of using another device like a drum machineor computer or whatever so you can do everything in the triton ... the only thing is bad about it is its body its plastic hehe but hey who cares about the body you need qualty sounds and performance right then u got it :) its good for evey type of music you wana play and also another good thing is that the rom updates are software base not hardware :) so you just go to www.korg.co.jp and download them from there not like some other synths that you go and order the hardware for upgrading your roms... anyhow just wanted to ive you some ideas about the board . so check it out if you haven't already take care every 1 K.R.G

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Jul-16-1999 at 17:34
Benny kliachko a professional user from israe; writes:
Well, a great progress for the company, definitely the ultimate choice instead of paying lots of $$$$ for Kurzweil. It sounds a hell a lot better. I think that my trinity beats Kurzweil in many things, espcially the sounds. Anyway, trinity users should not buy it. Why? it's 80% trinity sounds with extra FX here and there, the sampling quality is great. But as a sampler it's not serious enough to compete something like E-synth or The new Akais. Still I'll give it a 5 because it's the only company I really trust and that never disapointed me like Roland, I will probably get rid of it, Anyway, if you haven't heard one yet then what are you waiting for????? hear the beast!!!! I am so proud to be a Korg user more than ever, fuck the past with my X3, now with Trinity and Triton everything changes!

Cheers!

Email me if you have any question what so ever.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Jul-13-1999 at 16:27
Thom Washington a professional user from USA writes:
The Triton is completely awesome. I used to salivate over the Trinity, but the Triton just turned me inside out!! The sounds are awesome and it' very to use. If you're like me and hate reading thick manuals to get to first base, you'd be happy to know the Triton is totally user friendly. Sam Ash is awesome, and they actually know what's going on! GC is on the late freight, and the guys I talked to didn't even know what a Triton was!! SA's prices are cheaper too!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Jul-12-1999 at 16:54
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