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#19148 - 12/09/05 03:43 PM sampling FROM keyboard?
Anonymous
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Hello everyone, I've just joined this group so... nice to meet ya!
Anyways, i have a question that maybe someone in here might be able to
help me with. I own a Korg Triton Le Music Workstation with 88 keys.
I've had it for almost 3 years and I've always been very happy with
it. However, I've recently started doing my sequencing and recording
on my computer using AcidPro 5.0. My question is... is there any
possible way to sample all the sounds from my keyboard onto my
computer? I thought about recording each individual note of almost
every program (I only want to use about half of them) but that seems
like it would take forever. Any help or suggestions would be immensely
appreciated!!

Benjamin
sebastian_phillipe2000@yahoo.com
(i can also be reached on Yahoo Instant Messenger)

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#19149 - 01/05/06 10:11 PM Re: sampling FROM keyboard?
Nigel Offline
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Registered: 06/01/98
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Loc: Ventura CA USA
Not really. The most practical solution is to drive the Triton from the comuter using MIDI from the sequencer you are working with on the computer. When you are happy with the keyboard parts and sounds then record the sound from the Triton's audio output back into the computer. Then you'll have a stereo audio track of the Triton sounds that you can edit along with your Acid tracks.

It's not quite what you were asking about but it is the most practical solution and gives you an audio track with all the Triton sounds exactly as they sound on the Triton.

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