|Synth Site: Korg: Triton LE: User reviews Add review|
|Average rating: 4.7 out of 5|
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|a professional user writes:|
The Triton LE is really awesome for a person who needs a great keyboard for a reasonable price. If you can afford it, go for the Triton Pro board. Its the best.
|Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Friday-Mar-12-2004 at 21:42|
|Bryan Quarrie a professional user from UK writes:|
Hi! I'm from a Electro-Jazz-Fusion background and I tried this keyboard. Quite simply it is awesome!!! Just check out those synth leads - absolutely brilliant! The other sounds are just as good too, but the pianos could have been sampled better. I bought this keyboard because my playing style is very remniscent of the likes of Herbie Hancock etc, so I needed something that was perfect for that. Plus it's light to carry too. Overall I did'nt regret buying it!! Wicked!!
|Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Sunday-Oct-19-2003 at 18:57|
|Andrew a professional user from Singapore writes:|
Well, a Triton Le is silver in color. It is good. It has some knobs.. ok, the keys are quite EEe.. but still acceptable.. honestly speaking, most people complain about the editing interface, but I feel it is ok, in fact quite user-friendly. The best part? The category, and the audition button.
Most of the COmbi patches are awesome. All credits to the sound designers at KORG.
Sounds are great... piano... yucks, but well, if you are really after good piano sounds, go get a RD150, or SP200 or the latest P90. Strings are ok. ARPs are IMPRESSive! Basses lack the 'OMmps' somehow... requires editing. Leads are fat, and VERY expressive. Basically, this machine requires lots of editing to suit individual needs. E.g. For me, most of the TRANCE arps patches are too reverbish. BUt if you don have the time, the presets are good enough.
In short, if you want to buy a Triton Le, think about what you wanna do with it. Live gigs will be good; pop/rock/funk/fusion/DANCE/ etc... but not jazz, or anything that requires REAL piano sounds. If you are using it as a controller, forget it. BUy the triton Le for its sounds, its weight, and probably its built-in sequencer. Don't worry about its heavy power supply. KORG wants to make the Triton Le as light as possible, so they made the power transformer external. You can always put the power adapter in another external bag, and carry your triton LE in your gig bag. And honestly, I use to carry a freaking 14+kg trinity around for jamming and gigs. A 7.8kg triton LE is reALLLLY quite light. Remember to get a soft gig bag.
You will love your triton LE.
I can't really find much faults with the triton, except for the keys.. (which can\'t really be avoidable) and the price... (which is slightly steep) BUt honestly, the triton series is one of the most stylish keyboard design i've seen so far. YOu are paying for the art. And trust me, you will look good on stage, playing a triton, than compared to playing probably a yamaha S03 or something... (hah..!)
FIVE of FIVE to my triton LE.
|Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-May-27-2003 at 13:38|
|BetaCAM a professional user from Israel writes:|
Well, All I can say is that I love the machine. It sounds real good and it's easy to use it. I don't mind about the missing EFX or that bull stuff. I record audio on my PC so I rarely use the onboard effects It's got all I need for a live gig though.
I give it 8 of 10 because it could have a better keyboard and user interface.
|Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Thursday-May-01-2003 at 19:21|
|Donte' a part-time user from Church Hill, Md. writes:|
Just got my Le on my birthday! It's funny, I haven't gotten any sleep since... Easy to use, light in weight, wonderful capabilities, and endless possibilities(with a few upgrades and other products of course). Going from Roland to Korg has been crazy. Roland has been my main squeeze for a minute, but Korg swept me off my feet in the back of church when my man began to let his fingers do the talkin! So many big things packed into such a small budget, what more can you ask for really... Love the sequencer and the editing capabilities. As well as the editing capabilities of all the preset sounds to roll your own. Then just when you thought you could scream and go crazy, you have the sampling option to consider(for a measly 2hundred)... I don't think that's bad at all. Korg keep holdin it down and I'll make sure you aren't misrepresented when I'm giggin and what not(you know how musicians do...)! Hahla Back
|Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Thursday-Apr-03-2003 at 22:08|
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