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Average rating: 4.7 out of 5
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a part-time user writes:
SIMPLE SOLUTION. JUST BUY BOTH TRITON AND MOTIF ES, AND HEAVEN DOORS WILL OPEN BEAUTIFULLY. :-)

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Dec-14-2003 at 10:45
Tim Armond a part-time user from France writes:
Like Triton lot. Nice sounds good for dance. Motif nice but not for me. Always like Korg. Always good.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Nov-28-2003 at 05:07
Fred Jones a professional user from Florida writes:
I do like having everything in one box. Don't get me wrong, I use computers all the time but you could drop me and a Triton Studio on a desert island (plus a generator) and watch that creativity flow. Love the sounds, love the hard disk recording. Motif is nice but I find memory cards a pain in the...

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Nov-28-2003 at 05:04
Alf Neuman a part-time user from Rutland writes:
Just brought a Triton Studio 61 after trying all the other competition (Motif ES included). I think the last reviewer does not know what he is talking about and should be ignored. Try them both for yourself and see.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Nov-27-2003 at 11:09
a professional user writes:
a correction in my earlier evalutation of korg triton and motif es sequencers: i meant sequencer not sampler:

"Also lets move on to the sampler...the triton studio has a very lame sampler with 192 ppq, the motif es has 480 ppq sampler"

i might also add that the motif es expansion synth boards ADD polyphony to the existing 128 note polyphony...which means if you add a plg piano synthesizer board, a DX FM board, and a AN analog board, you will get 128(standard)+64(piano)+16(DX)+5(AN) = 213 notes of polyphony...

korg triton studio has only 60 notes of polyphony standard (for the internal samples and sampler), and an additional 60 notes for the expansion boards..

posted Saturday-Nov-08-2003 at 15:57
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