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"The TRITON has been a staple for our performance, because I understand that workstation for what I need to use it for. The main thing about the TRITON that’s always made it so usable for me is the touch screen. During the show, I don’t want to have to turn knobs and scroll through things. I can push the screen three times, and I’m right at the sound that I need to be."more
"I have a full blown Pro Tools rig with Pro-Control 24. And I use Mac Cinema widescreen and an [Eventide H3000](http://equipboard.com/items/eventide-h3000s-ultraharmonizer). I use a lot of Neve pre-amps and [Neumann U47 microphones](http://equipboard.com/items/neumann-u47-fet-microphone). Gibson Les Pauls and Legend acoustic guitars. [Akai MPC 2000 XLs](http://equipboard.com/items/akai-mpc-2000xl). I use the Korg Triton and [Roland 5080](http://equipboard.com/items/roland-xv-5080)." - Fred Durst in [this Guitar Center](http://gc.guitarcenter.com/interview/freddurst/) interview.more
" In the planning stage, I have developed an intense activity in deeply programming new sounds in my habitual equipment, my beloved Korg Triton & Korg Z1, and sound processing outboard expansion units such Reverbs and Delays, as well some other esoteric gear. I have tried to create all the songs of this work "inside" my synthesizers exclusively, inside this deeply isolated world, an amniotic-like innerspace that develops in the synth and multieffects circuits, without insert any "external" element except for the voices in the first song. Also, I have experimented more and more with long, spacious reverbs and looping treatments ".more
A Korg Triton is the second white keyboard at the bottom left of this IG pic "tychomusic After 10 years and 2 albums in my San Francisco studio I've decided it's time to change things up. Rebuilding the space and in the meantime moving everything to a new location in Berkeley for the next year to record a new album. Will be nice to spend some time and get inspired in a new locale. Pictured is every synth used to record Dive and Awake." https://www.xlr8r.com/gear/2012/01/in-the-studio-tycho/ "I think my first real synth was the Korg Triton. It's a workstation. I got it because it could also do sampling and sequencing, so I knew that I could use that instead of a computer. Then I learned about analog. I really didn't understand the difference between analog and digital and virtual analog and all that. I got a Korg Mono/Poly, and that's when I realized what everyone was talking about. That was right when people were figuring out that the old synths were kind of better, anyways."more
I bought this as it had a inbuilt sampler, purchased second hand and I never looked back as it's such a glorious sampler at that! I use it in conjunction with my Yamaha A3000 and have done some really cool live pieces with it!