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Average rating: 4.7 out of 5
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cyberboy a professional user from the good old usa writes:
the trinity is great for certain thing...it all depends on the style of music u r into...if you want totally phat in your face kinda sound, it will be disappointing...but if you r into good warm string or orchestration type sound, this is the one.. it provides lotsa great quality sound for ambient and pop music...trinity is great for music like yanni, kitaro, lisa loeb, timbaland and enigma...but as far as music like norman cook, erasure, and many other techno gurus; trinity will be a disppoinment...hope this help...

posted Monday-Mar-08-1999 at 01:33
Moho from the molten core of the earth writes:
Absolutely great synth. Wish it had a dedicated oscillator sync, but alas that's not possible with PCM. X-mod would be nice too... oh well. Use your analogs for that. For what it is, the Trinity is excellent. Great sounds, great FX, great sequencer, perfect as a master keyboard.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Monday-Feb-22-1999 at 12:00
Mohorific from the molten core of the earth writes:
The Trinity is great. The sounds are great, the control is great, the effects are great, and the sequencer is the best out there. It functions so well as a master keyboard to run my sampler and MIDI->CV converter for my Mono/Poly. I will never sell it.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Jan-16-1999 at 16:01
a part-timer user from USA writes:
I have the plus model. like any sample-based synth, all of the sounds get old and tiresome to listen to eventually. it's at its best when you combine bass, drums and other instruments into a sequence. then it sounds more like a real instrument. the touch screen is wonderful. the effects are great. as far as the samples go, they're about as close to the real thing as you can get. not as satisfying to play or expressive as real insruments (B3, EP200, D6, etc.) but how practical is it to haul around 50 million different instruments or even purchase them, or do upkeep, repairs, etc.?

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Jan-09-1999 at 04:06
Simon Mc a part-timer user from Australia writes:
The best thing about the Trinity is that the time between pulling it out of the box and really having some fun with it is absolutely minimal. Sure the screen update speed is an issue (partially resolved with the new version of the OS) but the interface is very intuitive and never gets in the way of you actually playing the thing. As for the sounds, well that of course is all about personal taste but they are as flexible and varied as I could hope for. The organs KILL every other digital instrument the I have ever heard. Put simply - good fun, great sounds and the only thing missing is a game to take advantage of the screen (for those boring gigs ...).

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Sep-19-1998 at 05:14
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