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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 76-Key Workstation is the synth for you. Korg has trimmed some of the extra features of the hit-making TRITON line to make a more affordable package, but kept all the good 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(!) killer presets to get you jammin', 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 presets. Either way, you'll be pumping out some of the freshest tones around!
TRITON Le 76-Key Workstation
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I think if the price was lower on this product the number of owners would greatly increase, thank god for the financing!
I just got the TRITON Le 76 workstation and I love it. The sound is great... so many choices. The manual and video make it easy to understand if I have questions. Just very very nice.
Triton Le Style and performance is just as amazing as the other Triton series out.The price on the LE gives this Keyboard a edge, compared to all other keyboards out so far.
When I first started to search for a keyboard to buy about 2 years ago, I first considered buying a Roland, but after many hours browsing on the Internet, I found what was the hit of the year: Korg Triton Le 76. After the day, I fell in love with it and 3 months later I had one in my hands! It's great and it was at a reasonable price, too. If I had to point out one bad thing about it, it would the quality of the piano sounds. They're not as good as I was expecting.
In my opinion, it's nice to have something to compare to. I recently purchased the Korg Triton Le 76, and I'm not as pleased with it as some of the other reviews attest. The sound is great, but I found it difficult to use as a workstation for recording. I also think the display is "too busy" and can use a lot of user friendly applications to enhance the features that it has. For instance, instead of showing on the instructional DVD how to create a rhythm track manually, they show you how to download a pre-recorded track instead. It would be nice to listen to the pre-recorded track "before" you download it......but I haven't found that in the book yet, that is if it's even there!As a performance keyboard, it's great! But as a workstation, there's too many procedures to follow for what should be simpler means to do so. I happen to own a Yamaha Motif-7, and the processes for recording are "really easy". I didn't want to end-up with two Yamaha Motif's, but regardless I'm sending this Triton back, because I've already purchased the Yamaha Motif-7 ES 76 key which is on the way. For the price and performance play, the Korg is a great buy! But if your looking for an advanced and simple to use workstation with recording features, the Triton Le 76 Key isn't the one.