The TRITON 61-Key Music Workstation Sampler features the new HI (Hyper Integrated) synthesis system -- a further advance in the pursuit of expressive PCM sound that captures every nuance of the individual instrument. By filtering and modulating a ...
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
"One of the programming suites at the new facility is itself a dream project studio, with a treasure trove of fantastic kit. The keyboards at the far end are a Moog Prodigy, a Waldorf Microwave XT, and a Roland Juno 60, while off to the right there's a No1derland Stereo Theremin, an Access Virus Indigo 2, and a Korg Triton."more
"I have a full blown Pro Tools rig with Pro-Control 24. And I use Mac Cinema widescreen and an [Eventide H3000](https://equipboard.com/items/eventide-h3000s-ultraharmonizer). I use a lot of Neve pre-amps and [Neumann U47 microphones](https://equipboard.com/items/neumann-u47-fet-microphone). Gibson Les Pauls and Legend acoustic guitars. [Akai MPC 2000 XLs](https://equipboard.com/items/akai-mpc-2000xl). I use the Korg Triton and [Roland 5080](https://equipboard.com/items/roland-xv-5080)." - Fred Durst in [this Guitar Center](http://gc.guitarcenter.com/interview/freddurst/) interview.more
"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
" 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
"Likewise, the growling, portamento bass in 'Some Riot' was something that had to be crafted in the studio. 'That was a harmonica sample in a Korg Triton. When we play 'Switching Off' live, which is off Cast Of Thousands, I use that with an organ sound to create this kind of wind–organ type effect, like the old wind organs that have got a fan in them. It's had all the attack taken off so it's a slow fade–in, and then I actually played that live in the big room, so it's very much a big, roomy sound. There were two Fender Twins 30 feet apart and two mics pretty much facing them, 20 foot back. I was playing it and I was using the pitch–bend on it, but every time it bent down I was pushing the volume up, so you only really get the gritty distortion when it's actually moving from note to note, rather than on the actual note itself.'"more
The TRITON 61-Key Music Workstation Sampler features the new HI (Hyper Integrated) synthesis system -- a further advance in the pursuit of expressive PCM sound that captures every nuance of the individual instrument. By filtering and modulating a huge selection of high-quality PCM data and then processing the result in the newly powered-up effect section, TRITON can create everything from the sound of real-world instruments to punchy synth sounds. In addition, TRITON's full-featured sampler lets you record your own samples or load in data from a number of formats to create truly original sounds.
838 Different High-Quality PCM Sounds
TRITON's high-capacity 32 Mbyte PCM ROM contains 425 multisamples including ,organ, guitar and brass -- everything you need for all musical styles -- plus 413 drum samples. From the edgy sounds of dance/techno synth to piano, guitar, brass, strings, and tuned percussion, every type of sound you could ever need is at your fingertips. And TRITON's high-quality 48 kHz sampling rate means that every detail of the character and expressive nuance of each sound is preserved.
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!