All I see are presets, is that all i can use? Can I make my own sounds with it? I mean I look at the moog and its got like 30 knobbys for tweaking.

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RTFM: old triton manuals -- on page 23 (or so) it describes how the knobs can be used to modify the existing sound samples in a manner similar to an analog synth.

For completely customization, you'd want to use the sampling features: i.e. play the sounds that you want into the audio input and then assign them to keys.

  • Okay, I'll buy the sampling pack. also Should i get one of those smart media cards for patches? Commented Jan 30, 2014 at 15:38
  • If you can; the hardware format is obsolete.
    – Dave
    Commented Jan 30, 2014 at 16:08

At the bottom of the page below, you'll find guides and manuals in pdf, they should provide the answer. http://www.korg.co.uk/support/downloads/tritonle_dl.php

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