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Korg TRITON Le 61-Key Workstation Keyboard

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Seriously seductive sounds in a powerful, budget-friendly package!

If you're looking for a workstation with truly breathtaking sounds and don't want to break the bank, the Korg TRITON Le 61-Key Workstation is what you're looking for. Korg has trimmed some of the extra features of the hit-making TRITON line to make a more affordable package, while keeping all the most important elements: the Hyper Integrated (HI) synthesis engine, powerful multi-effects, multiple outputs, dual arpeggiators, 16-track sequencer, and realtime controls. Add the 48kHz/16-bit sampling option (that includes SCSI connectivity!) and you've got a workstation that can deliver just about any sound you can imagine!

Korg's sound designers have loaded the TRITON Le with over one thousand(!) great sounds while the knobs and joystick let you send each and every sound into new dimensions! Or use the power of the TRITON Le to roll your own unique tones. Either way, you'll be pumping out some of the freshest sounds around!

FEATURES
  • 61 keys
  • 512 programs, 384 combis, and 128 General MIDI sounds
  • Stereo digital multi-effects
  • 16-track/16-timbre sequencer
  • Dual arpeggiators
  • Assignable knobs, switches, and joystick for flexible control
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4.5

(based on 24 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Great Keyboard but a little buggy

This keyboard sounds great I have owned it for about 2 years now. Once you learn how to edit the combi's you can do anything with this board. The only things I dont like...Read complete review

This keyboard sounds great I have owned it for about 2 years now. Once you learn how to edit the combi's you can do anything with this board. The only things I dont like are the lack of insert effects. Only 1, Triton has 5. But for the price it works. And this is the second board I've owned. I sent my first one back for bugs in the OS, but the second one does some of the same things. Ex, sustain stays on sometimes with no sustain pedal plugged in. Sometimes the realtime controls start acting like they are being turned while playing when they are not. The patch will start tweaking on its own. I have gotten into the practice of leaving all my knobs at the 12 o'clock position and the self tweaking hasnt happened in a while. Other than that, its a great budget board. If you can afford it, get the Triton Extreme. All the bells and whistles included and a newer OS and faster processor.

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Think Twice B4 Buying

This may be one of the hottest things out there but it takes a lot of work. Unless you have 5-6 hours a day to devote to it - forget about it. This...Read complete review

This may be one of the hottest things out there but it takes a lot of work. Unless you have 5-6 hours a day to devote to it - forget about it. This is a keyboard that requires lots of work. Even after buying extra video instruction I was still not where I needed to be. Beware if you want to play other midi files on this thing - it is a nightmare getting the voices correct and the saving functions and how to save are also very difficult to understand. I have played ensoniq, yamaha, and even korg - but nothing as hard to work with as this thing. You have to make multiple steps just to do the very basic things!!!

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5.0

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By Kurtis388

from Palos Hills Illinois

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Korg not only sounds the best, but is the easiest (hands down) with its OS interface. Ive had Rolands, Yamaha (Motif and dx-7), which are the worst OS, Korg M1 and 01/w. Korg just makes it fun to own a board, so I highly recommend picking up the Triton. If its at all possible, save a few more bucks and get the Extreme. You will never leave the house/studio again.

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5.0

A TRUE TRITON

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

The Triton LE truly deserves to bare the name Triton. It's as powerful a workstation as any of the other tritons and the karma. The fact that it's upgradable to sampling inhances the value and potential of the workstation. Forget the LE this is a triton period!!!

 
5.0

Complicated But Fun

By Jim H.-DUB.d

from Waldorf, Waryland

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I have only had this keyboard for a month. I have reviewed the tape several times, and find it difficult to perform simple tasks. The LCD screen is very busy with a lot of information, but hard to see. Once I get the navigation down, it will be great. I also have 3 Ensoniq keyboards, the latest being a TS-10, and a Roland, and 1 older Yamaha. They were all easy to learn and play live. I really like the lightness and portability of this Korg. Now, I just need to learn how to use it.

 
4.0

A Great Synth for the Musician on the Go

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

I wanted an affordable, but great sounding synth to be paired with keys for live worship. I played the Triton Le in a store and knew it would work great. It's affordable and lightweight ( i have to take this puppy home each week). I didnt want a board that weighed 50 pounds! It's sounds are great too, loads of strings and pads, not to mention the cool effects. The piano sounds are a little weak, although they sound pretty good through a good sound system. If you wanna play piano its not the best choice. The keys have no hammer action, which makes piano playing difficult. But hey...if you want a piano buy a piano! This workstation is great...especially paired with yamaha stage keys. I would recommend this one 100%

 
4.0

Great Keyboard but a little buggy

By Navydave

from Auburn, ME

This keyboard sounds great I have owned it for about 2 years now. Once you learn how to edit the combi's you can do anything with this board. The only things I dont like are the lack of insert effects. Only 1, Triton has 5. But for the price it works. And this is the second board I've owned. I sent my first one back for bugs in the OS, but the second one does some of the same things. Ex, sustain stays on sometimes with no sustain pedal plugged in. Sometimes the realtime controls start acting like they are being turned while playing when they are not. The patch will start tweaking on its own. I have gotten into the practice of leaving all my knobs at the 12 o'clock position and the self tweaking hasnt happened in a while. Other than that, its a great budget board. If you can afford it, get the Triton Extreme. All the bells and whistles included and a newer OS and faster processor.

 
5.0

It's Finally Here

By Robert Short

from Atlanta, GA

My producer owns this machine and when we are in the studio, it's like we're making hit after hit. Thanks a lot korg for making something that has good quality at a reasonable price.

 
5.0

A very good purchase for any musician!

By Babasso 112

from Atlanta, Ga.

This board works well in any situation (jazz,top 40,R&B,ect).I am very pleased with this purchase.

 
5.0

Amazing.

By Rob-t8o5m

from Buffalo, NY

This thing is a beast. I've had mine for almost a year now, and I'm still learning how to use it, not that that's a bad thing. There are so many features, it's hard to believe that it was as cheap as it was. It's really got anything I could've asked for. The only problem with it is that the keys feel a little cheap, but its tough metal casing more than makes up for it. It's nearly indestructable, as far as I'm concerned. Highly recommended (teamed with the Yamaha P120, there's nothing I can't do)

 
5.0

Affordable, dependable, and easy to move!

By JCC3of4

from Munford, TN

It's affordable, dependable, and easy to move. It's light weight makes it the ideal keyboard for travelers. The sound quality and sequencing capabilities make it a writer's dream. Definately a must have for the composer who performs on the road! I've never met its equal when it comes to meeting my mobility, composing, and performing needs.

 
3.0

Think Twice B4 Buying

By happygrouch

from Undisclosed

This may be one of the hottest things out there but it takes a lot of work. Unless you have 5-6 hours a day to devote to it - forget about it. This is a keyboard that requires lots of work. Even after buying extra video instruction I was still not where I needed to be. Beware if you want to play other midi files on this thing - it is a nightmare getting the voices correct and the saving functions and how to save are also very difficult to understand. I have played ensoniq, yamaha, and even korg - but nothing as hard to work with as this thing. You have to make multiple steps just to do the very basic things!!!

 
5.0

very user friendly

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

this keyboard is very simple to understand and provides me, as a gigging musician, with a very well put together selection of patches.

 
5.0

This is a great all-around pro board

By Will-dbRv6

from Leesburg, FL

I've had this board for almost a year now and I'm still in love with it. I've produced well over 25 songs using the sounds of this instrument alone. The pianos are nice, but with a little tweaking are even better. I recommend this board to any professional musician who is on a tight budget. You won't be disappointed.

 
5.0

korg is the best

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

i have used many keyboards. This korg has got to be the best one. It has plenty of sounds and it is not as heavy as most boards.

 
5.0

This Keyboard Rocks!!

By Purple Haze

from Kalispell, MT

This is the best keyboard i've purchased in ten years! just as powerful as its big brothers, but regular musicians can afford it! same sequencer as the studio Triton, and the 900-plus sounds are awesome!! i recommend this keyboard to anyone who would like to step-it up a notch without going broke.

 
5.0

Increditable Keyboard

By Increditable Keyboard

from Ocala, Florida

I just bought my Korg Triton LE 61 just two weeks ago. All I can say is what a great workstation for the price. There are more features in this keyboard that I will ever use. GREAT Job Korg.

 
5.0

Korg Rocks!

By Korg Rocks!

from South Dakota/Oklahoma/Wyoming

This summer while on the road doing gigs with the band I was in, the Korg Triton Le was the keyboard of my choice. It was an amazing experience! The multitude of sounds on this has been a fun challenge to learn and keeps you going back for more. After having a Yamaha P-80 and becoming bored with it, this Korg has been great! Since the Korg I used this summer was not my own personal workstation, I am looking to get one for myself. I would highly recommend this keyboard!

 
4.0

Overwhelming Operating System

By badoscar666

from Fayetteville, PA

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This is over-all a good workstation, don't let this review persuade you not to buy it, it can really do it all, with the potential to be the home studio's center piece. With that said, how do you work this thing!? Can you cram any more info onto a 2x6 lcd screen? Geez! I'm gonna figure this thing out and charge lots of money in my Triton LE school, because I know I'm not the only one overwhelmed with this thing. Gonna have to dedicate some time. I mean really, how hard is it to design with more than 8 buttons for the on-screen functions. Just give me a button for the drum sequencer for crying out loud! Not user-friendly, but with alot of time, it can be figured out. Strings and orchestra are amazing for this price range. Guitar and bass synths are terrible though, casio-esque.

 
4.0

The workstation for the oblivious

By AlexTs

from Southern California

Pros: cheap, light, ultra-cool looking. Matches my power mac G4Cons: Electronic/HipHop sounds are very good, with and edge to them. Guitar/piano/strings sounds are the WORST I have ever heard. The sequencer is EXTREMELY complex and difficult to use (PC-Based production is much quicker). This wasn't worth the price for the 3 very very good sounds that come with it. The rest of the sounds are terrible. If you want great sounds, go with a Yamaha board.

 
3.0

God and Bad

By The Kid-U7JEW

from Undisclosed

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I love the sounds in this keyboard. The drums sound great too. The sequencer is easy to use so long as you use the preset templates and patterns. Otherwise, the sequencer is impossible to understand or use. Setting up your own patterns on multitracks is theoretically possible I guess. However, having given up on the drums part of the sequencer, I'm buying a Boss drum computer.

 
3.0

I find it hard to use

By Dr. Bob-tpbS9

from North Fork , CA (by Fresno)

I love the sounds and the price.But I thought it would be much easier to sequence than it is, that's why I bought it.It shouldn't be so hard to sequence a basic song with the on board drum patterns. If there is anyone out there who can help me, please let me know! And yes,I am an intelligent guy and I have read all the manuals that came with it over and over.

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