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Eolo



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PostPosted: Fri Sep 07, 2018 4:19 pm    Post subject: Help Korg Triton Lee Reply with quote

Where can I find kmp or ksf files?
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wpostma



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PostPosted: Fri Jan 04, 2019 6:44 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Here are some

http://www.tritonhaven.com/downloads/samples.html


Note that you will find the whole process confusing and annoying until you deal with several annoying facts about the Korg TR and Triton LE:

1. It's impossible to load programs that contain their own integral wave audio (or rather, a PCG doesn't actually contain the samples, which are in a separate file, called KSF, loaded separately). A program is simply a set of parameters that references a built in sample, or a sample in your ram, so a sample is a two part thing, one part lives in the PCM and that's like a shortcut in windows, the actual beef, the actual sound lives in ram and is loaded separately. A combi is just a reference to a program. So a full combi sound is a shortcut to a shortcut to a bunch of sounds. The full process when I boot my Korg EVERY DAY is to load the ksfs, then go check that all the samples are in the right slots, then check my programs reference the right slots in the sample ram. What a shitty architecture.

2. To load a PCG program into your program banks you have to say goodbye to a factory sound, and the same goes for combis. It's very easy using korg tools to accidentally wipe an entire bank of your factory progs and combis out. Before doing anything, go to media mode and do a SAVE ALL of your entire korg TR state.
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