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Triton LE

Post by cerebralpc » Thu Oct 23, 2003 6:04 am

I was thinking about buying a Triton LE to use as a general sound module for bass lines, keys and brass. <BR>The Triton LE has two main outs &#40;L/R&#41; and also two individual outs. <BR> <BR>For drums I am using the MPC2000 &#40;not xl&#41; with 8 outs. <BR> <BR>Recording a full band isn't feasable at the moment for me. <BR> <BR>Does anyone suggest a different sound module.

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Post by interruptor » Thu Oct 23, 2003 2:21 pm

I have no experience with Triton but I used soundmodules in the past and always found they had a very limited range of sounds. So i started using a sampler as soon as i could afford one. <BR>Anyway nowadays modules are surely better than those in the past &#40;yamaha tg66 and roland d10 in my case&#41;.

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Post by cerebralpc » Wed Oct 29, 2003 11:29 pm

I guess that means you have to load <BR>your sampler up with sounds. <BR>Do you have multi-samples of keyboards etc. <BR> <BR>Do you recommend any particular sample CDs?

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Post by interruptor » Thu Oct 30, 2003 8:57 am

we had some discussions about samples <A HREF="http://www.interruptor.ch/cgi-bin/discu ... 7401">over here</A>. the sampler i have came with a pretty good library of sounds which i used often as a base for creating my own timbres. today i'm using a lot of sequencer plugins to get typical keyboard sounds. for example i like the <A HREF="http://www.sampletank.com">Sampletank</A>. but there are many free synth and keyboard plugins available as well. see <A HREF="http://www.kvr-vst.com">kvr-vst.com</A>

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