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Realistic Grand Piano sample

 
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dreamweaver0885



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PostPosted: Tue Aug 14, 2018 7:12 pm    Post subject: Realistic Grand Piano sample Reply with quote

Hi everyone. I'm a Triton newbie so I apologize for asking a pretty simple question.

I am in need of a nice grand piano sound. Yes, I have the EXB PCM 08 expansion board concert grand piano but it sounds so cheap compared to even a boring Yamaha keyboard that a teen would play. I love all the other sounds though!

I have looked at sites like this to get AKAI S1000 samples.

http://www.platinumaudiolab.com/sample_libraries.php?type=order_essential_pianos_universal&format=Triton/Trinity

Once I order this, how do I go about transferring this to my keyboard and keep it saved in a bank like E Bank. Step by step instructions will help me a lot. I've read the manual and parameter but am so confused etc... Perhaps the CD would come with instructions?

With only the Triton ProX keyboard and a computer, how would I go about getting these two to communicate and get the sample on board the keyboard? Thank you soo soo soo much!!!
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Synthoid
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 15, 2018 2:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

1. The Triton ProX does not have sufficient RAM for loading large samples. You will probably need to add more. I'd contact the seller and ask about the actual file sizes of the piano samples you wish to purchase.

2. You cannot save samples with the original Korg Triton series. Its internal sample memory is volatile, so you need to reload samples every time you turn on the keyboard. This is extremely tedious and very time consuming. Therefore:

If you really need better piano sounds, you may want to consider purchasing a newer keyboard.
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blazerunner



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PostPosted: Wed Sep 05, 2018 1:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I always thought the piano's sounded pretty good if 08 isn't to your flavor than the Triton isn't the right keyboard for the job. THat's pretty much as good as it's going to get for the Triton.
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