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Average rating: 4.7 out of 5
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Howard Snow a part-time user from England writes:
Recently bought a Triton le Workstation and I think it's a brilliant workstation but I'm baffled by the Manual. I would love to be able to use the sequencer but am totally confounded by it.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Thursday-Dec-12-2002 at 12:29
AJD8701 a hobbyist user from Da-Dirty-South, Ga in the U.S.A. writes:
After searchin', studyin', and readin' reviews, I think I can conclude. I've been reviewin' all information on some keyboards that have caught my eye. Overall, the Triton Le is more reasonable in the price and sound. Why spend $1,000 more for the same thing in the Triton Classic? I think I'll get the Triton Le which will be my first real workstation and probably upgrade to the Roland Fantom. I got a chance to play the Triton and Triton Le at a local music store and I really don't see a differance between it and the Classic except the price. The synths are magnificant and rich. I also love the strings and the drum kits. I'm more of a "R&B"-"Hip-Hop"-"Trance" music creator so I know that I will enjoy it. It will be a personal Christmas gift for me.I'm plannin' on startin' up a study in a few years with my brother and cousins. I also found out that 1 SmartMedia Card can save the same amount of songs as 100 floppy disks...plus it is quicker at savin' and loadin'. To all you samplers out there, all you have to do is pay an extra $200 to get the sampler "built in" the Triton Le. What could be better at such a reasonable price? In the next 2 weeks, the Triton Le will be sittin' in front of me...in the mist of my full control.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Dec-11-2002 at 21:27
ramesh a part-time user from uk writes:
Triton le is slim,light and excellent sounds.One disapointment is that on combi,which i use for live performances,to change from one sound to the other it cuts of the last sound even though you're still holding the key down. I'd appreciate if there is a way out of this someone knows of.Cheers.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Nov-26-2002 at 18:12
Thomas Elbers (kypski) writes:
I totally love Patrick Fridh. He is the grooviest reviewer and he has a good sense of humour. He is my friend.

posted Thursday-Nov-21-2002 at 19:50
Patrick Fridh a hobbyist user from Sweden writes:
Ok, the LE has arrived. After all, I kept all the other gear to see whether I'll find it cool working with a large setup or if I should sell some of the "boxes".

The LE is fantastic - the SmartMedia solution is perfect. I've got a SmartMedia reader (= PCMCIA card) in my PowerBook G4 (running MacOS X 10.2.2) and now I can just insert a little 32, 64 or 128 mb card in there, drop some Triton banks found on the net, AIFFs or WAVs or midi files there, take the card out and insert it into my Triton LE. The Mac didn't even need drivers - it's all compatible & ready to go. Amazing. Now I need to work out some good archive solution on the SmartMedia card so the Triton LE interface won't be cluttered with file names. If anyone's got suggestions for that, it'd be cool to know about your findings.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Nov-21-2002 at 19:21
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