Synth Site: Korg: Triton LE: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.7 out of 5
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Joseph. A a hobbyist user from INDIA writes:
I just like to go for a trito LE now thoght I prefer very much the Triton. Will adding a sampler match the level of Triton. Then whay model of the sampler will you recommend? And I have no idea on SCSI extension pssibilities. How to go about? Thanks for your help. Joseph

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Nov-19-2005 at 19:29
andrea from italy writes:
this sybthetizer is a bomb. Great sound affordable price, sample option board can read also akai s1000-3000 sound. Great!!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-May-26-2005 at 13:05
C-C a hobbyist user from Canada writes:
I used to hate the LE, but that was until I came across the LE-88. The LE-88 is built like a tank! It has an excellent hammer-action keybed with aftertouch. I was thinking about the m-audio pro 88 controller, but the Korg action is much better (and the m-audio lacks aftertouch).

The LE-88 also includes the upgraded piano sound, which is very nice for solo work. The rest of the sounds are somewhere within the N1-Trinity-Triton spectrum. That is, if you have used and liked a Korg rompler from the last 15 years, you'll be comfortable and mostly happy with it. If it only had a ribbon controller it would be perfect.

Should say that I didn't buy a full Triton because I used to own the Trinity and the large screen triggered migraines. Go figure...

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Mar-16-2005 at 15:54
Evan a hobbyist user from Toronto, Canada writes:
This machine is really wonderful for the price, it has such powerful sounds, effects, and user interface. The seqencer is really powerful that i was able to create sophiscticated songs. The sampler is another powerful part of this machine, it makes you realy close to professionals. Thanks

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Jan-03-2005 at 22:18
Rich a hobbyist user from USA writes:
Great Entry level workstation with a price level < $1K US (61 key). Max out the options (64 mb sample ram, 128 mb smart media, & sampling option) for another $200 US and you can really start creating some music. Advantages: Sequencer Apreggiator 4 programmable controller knobs ease of use lightweight SCSI connectors for hard disks or CD drives (w/sampling option installed) ability to overwrite all patches if needed Disadvantages: Key feel-not even spongy patches-about 20% are either redundant, or not too good sample ram limit of 64mb smartmedia limit of 128mb no sound expansion capabilities no xlr in connectors on sampling option may not be suitable for all types of music

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Apr-23-2004 at 07:06
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