Synth Site: Korg: Triton Extreme: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.1 out of 5
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Manuel a hobbyist user from Johannesburg, South Africa writes:
A couple of months ago I realized I had to upgrade my keyboard and I decided to buy a Korg PA 1 X PRO, an awesome and powerful arranger, with wonderful strings, voice processing, dual sequencer, etc. But then I realized I needed some more synth sounds and then I decided to aquire a Korg Triton Extreme 61, which has all the esquisite sounds that I need. Indeed it lacks a bit of quality in acoustics compared to the PA! X PRO, but that's not a problem for as I also own a PA! X PRO.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Sep-18-2005 at 11:56
John a hobbyist user writes:
I got my extreme about 4 months ago,sounds great looks great... great piece,,,,love it!

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Friday-Aug-26-2005 at 00:46
Jonathan a professional user from USA writes:
I bought my Extreme 76 in September of 2004, and am still amazed and am just now getting done "cutting my teeth" on this thing. I'm now learning what I really wanted to. Anyway, I've even compared (for example) the orchestral sets between the Extreme and the Roland Fantom. The Extreme blows the Fantom out of the water.

Also, I have compared the Motif ES7 (in a live setting with each 'board) with the Extreme. The Motif does feature some INCREDIBLE accoustic guitars that the Extreme doesn't quite have. I guess no keyboard is perfect though.

This thing is really great, and I highly enjoy adding "tube warmth" to samples on the 'board. It really gives organs some "oomph." It's very easy to create programs from scratch, and the overall 'board is second only to the Korg OASYS (which I've also played).

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Jul-31-2005 at 02:31
Jose a part-time user from The netherland writes:
It's a great machine. Lot of possibillities

Now I use two of theme. In studio 1 and 2

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Apr-20-2005 at 08:13
Frederic a part-time user from USA writes:
I finally decided on a workstation synth and chose the Triton Extreme 61. Overall I think it is great, but not a really huge upgrade from my other synths. I used to have a Roland XP60 and now have the JV2080 rackmount. The sounds of the Triton are very clean but also quite cold sounding compared to the Roland and also there is not as much variety. I also own a Yamaha CS6x and that is also much warmer and analog sounding than the Korg. But this is really just a superficial criticism of the presets- once you tweak them you can get the sounds you want. And the touchscreen is really very easy to use, sure there are menus still but it is very fast to get around and everything is laid out well. Haven't tried much with the sampling yet but plan to. I bought a 2gb microdrive card and it works fine- not sure if there are any limitations on card size. Valve Force tube is pretty cool also- I foresee using this when mastering a song composed in the sequencer. Lots of very good effects, better than Roland. Well, I am not so sure I can sell my other synths yet after buying the Triton, like I planned. But the ease of use, high quality sounds and USB/Compact flash storage really make this keyboard a solid buy.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Friday-Feb-11-2005 at 13:43
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