When was the Korg Triton Extreme released?
In 2004, Korg released the Triton Extreme, with many of the features of the Studio (such as the entire PCM ROM from the Studio model) plus the entire sample sets from Korg’s best-selling Trance Attack, Orchestral Collection, and Vintage Archives expansion boards, as well as the most popular sounds from the Dance …
What replaced the Korg Triton?
The Kronos is the M3 line replacement and a current product, which has the HD1 engine as one of the many types, also a pcm based engine. They have released a software version of the Triton so thats probably the latest revision.
How heavy is the Korg Triton Extreme?
Dimensions: 1,108.5(W) x 359.9(D) x 117.2(H) mm/43.64″(W) x 14.17″ (D) x 4.61″ (H) Weight: 14.4kg/31.75 lbs. Accessories: AC cord, 2P-3P converter, CD-ROM (KORG USB-MIDI Driver for Windows XP)
What is the difference between Korg Triton and Triton Extreme?
The Extreme model was just a normal Triton on steroids as it included most of the PCM data and sounds from the Triton EXB cards,so has a kind of best of sound palette including some progs/combis exclusive to the Extreme model ,other than the Valve added some warmth/distortion to the output of the original hardware …
How many sounds does a Korg Triton Extreme have?
Extreme Spec In Brief Maximum polyphony: 120 voices. Multitimbrality: 16 parts. Waveform ROM: 160MB of 16-bit, 48kHz PCM samples, arranged as 962 multisamples and 1175 drum samples.
What is the latest Korg workstation?
KRONOS is the latest KORG Workstation to offer the Drum Tracks features.
What is the Korg Triton Extreme 61 key workstation?
Taking you beyond the original TRITON into new realms of music production power. The Korg TRITON Extreme 61-Key Workstation is more than meets the eye beneath the cool blue exterior lurks a red-hot 160MB of clean, crisp 48kHz wave ROM–5 times the ROM of the classic TRITON!
What is the Korg collection-Triton Extreme?
Top musicians around the world loved the expressive PCM sound and used their TRITONs on countless songs. This year, on the 20th anniversary of its release, the KORG TRITON will finally be realized in software as the KORG Collection – TRITON / TRITON Extreme.
Does the Korg collection Triton have a sequencer?
Although the KORG Collection TRITON does not come with a sequencer, it does come equipped with the same powerful dual polyphonic arpeggiator as the original. The 307 types of practical presets, including melodies, riffs, and drum patterns, are incredibly useful for songwriting.
What makes the Triton Extreme so special?
The TRITON Extreme is the most powerful model in the series, featuring the first-ever “Valve Force” vacuum tubes in a music workstation, and most of the new PCM and EXB-PCM series waveforms. The powerful, analog-like sound of vacuum tubes can be used with software for incredible sonic performance.